Dōgen Kigen, Mystical Realist, Issue 29
This first comprehensive study of Zen master Dogen (1200-1253) has served scholars, students, and general readers as the principal English-language reference on his life and thought. Robert Aitken Roshi, author of The Mind of Clover and other writings on Zen, offers additional insight into Dogen in a new foreword written expressly for this edition.
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one Toward a Total Understanding of Zen i
two Dogens Life
three Activity Expression and Understanding
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Abe Masao Abhidharma absolute active Buddha asceticism Avalokitesvara Bendowa birth-and-death Bodhi Bodhidharma bodhisattva body and mind body-mind Buddha-dharma Buddha-nature Buddhahood Buddhas and ancestors Buddhism in China Bukkyo Bun'ei Bussho causation chief cook China consciousness-only context D. T. Suzuki death Dharma Dharma-position disciples doctrine Dogen writes Dogen zenji Dogen's thought Dogen's view Doshu dotoku dualistic Echizen Eiheiji Eisai enlightenment evil exis existence existence-time existential expressions five skandhas flowers of emptiness Fujiwara family Fukan-zazengi Furuta gathas Genjo-koan Gijun gyoji Heian period hence Hiei Hinayana However Hua-yen Huai-hai Hui-neng human Ibid Ienaga Saburo impermanence interpretation itself Japan Japanese Ju-ching Kamakura Kamakura periods Kannon kenkyu koan Koku Kokyo Kuei-feng Kuge Kyoto Lankavatara sutra Lin-chi Mahayana Mahayana Buddhism mappo means meditation metaphysical monastery monastic moral mountains mystical realism nastic nature neither nembutsu Nichiren nirvana nondual nondualistic Okubo osho philosophical Platform Sutra practice precepts reality realized religion Religion in Japan religious Rinzai Sakyamuni Buddha samadhi Sangharakshita sect sectarian self sentient Shingon Shinran shiso shitoku Shobogenzo Soto Zen spiritual sutras symbols Tanabe Hajime Tathagata tathdgata-garbha teacher temple tence Tendai Theravada things Thus thusness tion total exertion tradition transcends Tung-shan understand Vijnanavada vinaya Watsuji Tetsuro words and letters zazen zazen-only Zen Buddhism Zenki Zuimonki