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by Joan Stambaugh

  • Author: Joan Stambaugh
  • ISBN: 0824812573
  • ISBN13: 978-0824812577
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Buddhism
  • Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (June 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 160
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Dogen is a profoundly original and difficult 13th century Buddhist thinker whose works have begun . Библиографические данные. Impermanence is Buddha-nature: D?gen's Understanding of Temporality.

Dogen is a profoundly original and difficult 13th century Buddhist thinker whose works have begun attracting increasing attention in the West. Admittedly difficult for even the most advanced and sophisticated scholar of Eastern thought, he is bound, initially, to present an almost insurmountable barrier to the Western mind. University of Hawaii Press, 1990.

Joan Stambaugh (born 10 June 1932 ; † 7. July 2013) was an American philosopher and professor of. .Impermanence is Buddha-Nature: Dogen's Understanding of Temporality (The University of Hawaii Press, 1990). The Real is Not the Rational (Albany: SUNY Press, 1986). July 2013) was an American philosopher and professor of philosophy at City University of New York Joan Stambaugh. Translator of Martin Heidegger, Being and Time (Albany: SUNY Press, 1996).

Impermanence Is Buddha-Nature : Dogen's Understanding of Temporality. D'gen Zenji was a Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher born in Ky'to, and the founder of the S't? school of Zen in Japan after travelling to China and training under the Chinese Caodong lineage there. D'gen is known for his extensive writing including the Treasury of the Eye of the True Dharma or Sh'b?genz?, a collection of ninety-five fascicles concerning Buddhist practice and enlightenment.

Impermanence Is Buddha-Nature: Dōgen's Understanding of Temporality.

Impermanence is Buddha-nature: Dōgen's Understanding of Temporality. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1990. x, 146 pp. Shigenori Nagatomo (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 23 March 2011.

Impermanence is Buddha-nature. Dōgen's understanding of temporality. Published 1990 by University of Hawaii Press in Honolulu.

Dogen Zen), and philosophy of time (Joan Stambaugh, Imperma- nence is Buddha Nature: Dogen's Understanding of.Among Western thinkers Heidegger appears closest to Dogen in stressing temporality as the key to unlocking the question of Being.

Dogen Zen), and philosophy of time (Joan Stambaugh, Imperma- nence is Buddha Nature: Dogen's Understanding of Temporality). There is also a collection of essays by leading scholars (William R. LaFleur, e. Dogen Studies), lengthy discussion in a history of Zen (Heinrich Dumoulin, Zen Buddhism: A History, volume II), and in a history of Japanese Buddhism (Daigan and Alicia Mat- sunaga, Foundation of Japanese Buddhism, volume 2). The com- parative studies, focusing mainly on Western phenomenology, include.

D?gen Zenji was a Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher born in Ky?to, and the founder of the S?t? school of Zen in Japan after travelling to China and training under the Chinese Caodong lineage there. D?gen is known for his extensive writing including the Treasury of the Eye of the True Dharma or Sh?b?genz?, a collection of ninety-five fascicles concerning Buddhist practice and enlightenment.

The primary concept underlying D?gen's Zen practice is "oneness of practice-enlightenment". In fact, this concept is considered so fundamental to D?gen's variety of Zen-and, consequently, to the S?t? school as a whole-that it formed the basis for the work Shush?-gi, which was compiled in 1890 by Takiya Takush? of Eihei-ji and Azegami Baisen of S?ji-ji as an introductory and prescriptive abstract of D?gen's massive work, the Sh?b?genz? ("Treasury of the Eye of the True Dharma").

Dogen is a profoundly original and difficult 13th century Buddhist thinker whose works have begun attracting increasing attention in the West. Admittedly difficult for even the most advanced and sophisticated scholar of Eastern thought, he is bound, initially, to present an almost insurmountable barrier to the Western mind. Yet the task of penetrating that barrier must be undertaken and, in fact, is being carried out by many gifted scholars toiling in the Dogen vineyard.

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