On deconstructing life-worlds: Buddhism, Christianity, culture
This text by an established specialist in French deconstruction, written after his many years in Asia and in the West, celebrates both Buddhist and Christian cultures and the negative but fertile differences between them.
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Section ii DoubleBinds and Derridas Denegations
Section iii Differentialism and the BuddhistChristian
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academic affirm American bind BRICK Buddha Buddhist called Candrakirti Carl Jung Catholic centric Ch'an Chinese Ching Christ Christian theology Church clue Columbine constitutes course cross crosshatching culture deconstruction Denegations Derrida Derridean devoid differance originaire differential dissemination Divine doctrine double-bind empty entitative erasure example experience Father going-on happenings Harlequin Hexagram holism Holy human intersection Italian Ivy League Jacques Derrida Japanese Jewish Jung Karl Rahner language least liberal line/transverse-line logic logocentric Madhyamika Magliola mandala mark mean meditation mystical Nagarjuna's necessarily negation negative theology paradox paramartha Paris perhaps person philosophy poem postmodern practice prajnapti Prasangika process theology professors pure difference pure negative reference readers religions religious Riseman trans Roman Rose s/he samvrti samvrti-satya scholars Scripture sense Signified so-called sometimes Spirit Sunyata Svatantrika Taiwan Taoism teaching third lemma Tibetan trace tradition translation Truth in Painting unity Western writing Yogacara