Termo

Tibetano:

དབྱིག་གཉེན

dbyig gnyen

 Atenção: provisório – em revisão 

Sânscrito:

वसुबन्धुः

vasubandhuḥ

senhor da abundância

Português:

Vasubandhu

(IV ou V século e.c.) Único mestre budista a gozar de igual prestígio quer como expoente do Hīnayāna quer do Mahāyāna. Durante a sua fase Sarvāstivādin ele compôs o Abhidharmakośa (e o seu autocomentário, Abhidharmakośabhāṣya) que é a exposição mais sistemática e completa do Abhidharma e uma das cúpulas do vasto saber académico do Hīnayāna. Anos mais tarde, através do seu próprio desenvolvimento interior e sob a influência do seu irmão mais velho Asaṅga, Vasubandhu adoptou a visão Mahāyāna Yogācāra e compôs muitas obras das quais o Trimśikā (Trinta Estâncias) é uma das mais notáveis.

Inglês:

Vasubandhu

(280-360 C.E.). The only Buddhist master to enjoy equal prestige as an exponent of the Hinayana and the Mahayana. During his Sarvastivadin phase he composed the Abhidharmakoshabhasya, which is the most systematic and complete exposition of the Abhidharma and is one of the summits of Hinayana scholarship. Later in life, through his own inner development and under the influence of his elder brother Asanga, Vasubandhu adopted the Mahayana Yogachara view and composed many works of which the Trimsikavijnaptikarika (Thirty Stanzas on the Mind ) is the most outstanding. [IMW, 2004]

(280-360 C.E.). The only ācārya who enjoys equal prestige as an exponent of both the Hīnayāna and the Mahāyāna. During his Sarvastivadin phase he composed the Abhidharmakoshabhasya, which is the most systematic and complete exposition of the Abhidharma and marks the summit of Hīnayāna scholarship. Later in life, through his own inner development and under the influence of his elder brother Asanga, Vasubandhu adopted the Mahāyāna Yogācāra view and composed many works of which the Trimsikavijnapti-karika (Thirty Stanzas on the Mind) is the most outstanding. [TPQ, 2010]

Asaṅga’s half-brother and disciple, famous in particular for his authorship of the classic text Treasury of Abhidharma (Abhidharmakośa). [OMS, 2018]

Espanhol:

Vasubandhu

(280-360 d.C.) El único maestro budista que goza de igual prestigio como exponente del Hinayana y del Mahayana. Durante su fase Sarvastivadina compuso el Abhidharmakoshabhasya, que es la presentación más sistemática y completa del Abhidharma y uno de los máximos exponentes del vasto conocimiento académico del Hinayana. Años más tarde, a través de su propio desarrollo interior y bajo la influencia de su hermano mayor Asanga, Vasubandhu adoptó la visión del Mahayana Yogachara y compuso muchas obras de las cuales el Trimsikavijnaptikarika (Trinta Estrofas sobre la Mente) es la más notable. [IMW 2004].

Francês:

Vasubandhu

(280-360) : ce maître est le seul qui jouit du même prestige en tant qu'auteur dans le Grand Véhicule que dans le Petit. Quand il était encore sarvâstivâdin, il composa le Trésor de l'Abhidharma (Abhidharmakosha), qu'il agrémenta d'une bhâshyâ (commentaire) sautrântika, produisant ainsi l'exposé le plus systématique et le plus abouti de l'Abhidharma, où culmine l'érudition du Petit Véhicule. Plus tard, ayant évolué spirituellement, et sous l'influence de son frère aîné Asanga, il adopta la vue yogâcâra du Grand Véhicule et composa de nombreux ouvrages, dont le plus célèbre est certainement la Trentaine dédiée à la conscience-seulement (Vijñaptimâtratâ-trimshikâ). [TDPQ, 2009]

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