The three pillars of Zen: teaching, practice, and enlightenment

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Philip Kapleau
Anchor Press, Feb 4, 1980 - Philosophy - 400 pages
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The Westerner is introduced to the basic teaching, practices, and religious character of Zen

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First read in the eighties, this is a classic. At the time this was written there was very little available to the western audience. The descriptions and trainings were invaluable to thousands of ... Read full review

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First read in the eighties, this is a classic. At the time this was written there was very little available to the western audience. The descriptions and trainings were invaluable to thousands of ... Read full review

Contents

Yasutaniroshis Commentary Teisho
69
The Commentary
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Editors Introduction
89
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