Zen Buddhism: India and China, with a new supplement on the Northern School of Chinese Zen
This book offers a detailed account of the history, development, ideas and image of the Zen school of Mahayana Buddhism. The author explores the origins of Zen, from its roots in the Buddhist and Yoga traditions of ancient India to the influence of Taoism on its formation and growth in China.
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