Zen Buddhism: India and China, with a new supplement on the Northern School of Chinese Zen
An updated edition of a seminal study on the history of Zen Buddhism describes the development and the philosophy of the Zen school, traces its roots in the traditions of ancient India and the influence it received from Chinese Taoism. Original.
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