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This is a fine, clearly written and insightful book.
An excellent introductory read for those new to the study of Eastern Philosophy as well as those who fancy they know something about this vast field.
This book made me aware of how much I do not know about Eastern philosophies and religious systems.
After reading about Taoism and traveling to China I wanted something that would help me bring synthesize these philosophies so I could understand and compare them. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joe Santiago
Outlines the evolution of the various religions of India and eastward, and provides a quick glimpse of their differences. Read more
I loved this book. Not only is it thorough in its facts and history, and hilarious at times, but it is also critical on various issues. Read morePublished on July 10, 2009 by M. Hameer
"Eastern Philosophy for Beginners" by Jim Powell [Writers & Readers Publishing, NY, 2000, 181 pages] is a delightful book, commended to beginners interested in... Read morePublished on November 15, 2001 by Arthur Hubbard