Studies in Zen #2020

Studies in Zen D.T. Suzuki Studies in Zen These studies packed with the jewels of Zen wisdom and written with unrivalled knowledge will appeal to all who seek a deeper understanding of Eastern ways of thought and spiritual achievement For

  • Title: Studies in Zen
  • Author: D.T. Suzuki
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Studies in Zen D.T. Suzuki These studies, packed with the jewels of Zen wisdom, and written with unrivalled knowledge, will appeal to all who seek a deeper understanding of Eastern ways of thought and spiritual achievement For Zen is unique in the whole range of human understanding, and Dr Suzuki is accepted as its greatest exponent This superb work covers the Zen Sect of Buddhism, an interpret These studies, packed with the jewels of Zen wisdom, and written with unrivalled knowledge, will appeal to all who seek a deeper understanding of Eastern ways of thought and spiritual achievement For Zen is unique in the whole range of human understanding, and Dr Suzuki is accepted as its greatest exponent This superb work covers the Zen Sect of Buddhism, an interpretation of Zen Experience, reason and intuition in Buddhist Philosophy, Zen A Reply to Dr Hu Shih, Mondo, the role of nature in Zen Buddhism, and other essays from 1903 1953.
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    1. Having found so many books read for the Philosophy of Religion course than remembered, I pulled out an old transcript and found the reason Grinnell College s courses were generally four semester hour ones, but students were allowed to take some as plus two with the instructor s permission, in other words, with six hour coursework I had done this for Schaick s and this in part accounts for all the books, mostly on mystical traditions, which were read but not discussed in class, and for my memory [...]

    2. I read this a trillion years ago I am currently reading it again and reminding myself of what I liked and didn t like in this It contains seven essays arranged in chronological order the opening essay is from 1906 and the last from 1953.I am not a Zen master I am, however, a philosopher This has bearing because I want to inform readers of my comments that I bring to the collection of essays a critical and not unfamiliar eye To that end, I believe Buddhism should not have schools or sects However [...]

    3. I m not sure this book is particularly easy to find, but it is also not the most exceptional work on Zen I ve read It is a simple and complex work Some sections are dedicated to stories from the Zen tradition while others cover a basic understanding behind zen thought and practice The depth of the text emerges in a long chapter that deals with concepts of the mind and intuition Although this part of the book is clearly for people obsessed with attaining an intense analytical revelation of what z [...]

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