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Outstanding individual contributors to explain Zen,
This review is from: The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School and Its Contemporaries (Paperback)
The Buddha Eye: An Anthology Of The Kyoto School And Its Contemporaries is a collection of essays written by a variety of Japanese authors for "The Eastern Buddhist", a spiritual and influential journal first founded in 1921. The nuances of thought and understanding become clear through the use of thoughtful prose and moving poetry; the ability of outstanding individual contributors to explain Zen in a manner that makes sense to Western ears is almost unparalleled in Buddhist literature today. The essays include "What is the 'I'?", "God, Emptiness, and the True Self", "The Great Path of Absolute Other-Power", and much more. Very highly recommended.
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