有佛无佛性相常住 (有佛無佛性相常住) yǒu fó wú fó xìngxiāng chángzhù

yǒu fó wú fó xìngxiāng chángzhù set phrase whether there is a buddha or no buddha, the presence of this nature always remains
Domain: Buddhism 佛教
Notes: This phrase appears in 天台四教儀 The Meaning of the Four Teachings of Tiantai (FGDB '有佛無佛性相常住'; Ichishima, Masao and David W. Chappell, trans. 2013, “A Guide to the Tiantai Fourfold Teachings,” in Tien-Tai Lotus Texts by Chamberlain-Nyudo Sylvain Ed., 153–210. Berkeley, CA: Bukkyō Dendō Kyōkai, p. 203; T 1931)

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  • Scroll 6 Jing Ming Xuan Lun 《淨名玄論》 — count: 2
  • Scroll 9 Da Ban Niepan Jing Yi Ji 《大般涅槃經義記》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 12 Commentary on the Yogācārabhūmiśāstra 《瑜伽論記》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 65 Da Ban Niepan Jing Ji Jie 《大般涅槃經集解》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 1 Huayan Yi Cheng Fajie Tu 《華嚴一乘法界圖》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 2 Commentary on the Mūlamadhyamakakārikā 《中觀論疏》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 1 Tiantai Si Jiao Yi (The Meaning of the Four Teachings of Tiantai) 《天台四教儀》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 8 Wei Mo Jing Lue Shu 《維摩經略疏》 — count: 1
  • Scroll 3 Pure Land Treatise 《淨土論》 — count: 1