Kasulis: Zen Action Paper

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University of Hawaii Press, 1985 - Philosophy - 177 pages
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"For the thoughtful Westerner this must be one of the most clear and perceptive accounts of Zen available. Thoroughly new is Kasulis' attempt to locate the Zen understanding of the person in secular Japanese assumptions." --Times Literary Supplement
 

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Review: Zen Action/Zen Person

User Review  - sanaz - Goodreads

I have learned very intricate ideas and clarifications reading this book but I have to confess that it has sparked more questions than answers. I guess that's a good thing! All in all it should be a very curious task to understand something reflectively and intellectually which is free of them! Read full review

Review: Zen Action/Zen Person

User Review  - Goodreads

I have learned very intricate ideas and clarifications reading this book but I have to confess that it has sparked more questions than answers. I guess that's a good thing! All in all it should be a very curious task to understand something reflectively and intellectually which is free of them! Read full review

Contents

A Response
16
The Chapter 4 NoMind The
39
Zen and Reality 55 Chapter 6 Dogens Phenomenology
65
Person as Chapter 8 Hakuin The Psycho
104
PART IIlTHE PERSON AS
127
Glossary
169
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