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Freedom and Language in Meister Eckhart and Zen Buddhism, Part 1
Author Ueda, Shizuteru (著)=上田閑照 (au.)
Source The Eastern Buddhist=イースタン・ブディスト
Volumev.23 n.2 New Series
Pages18 - 59
PublisherEastern Buddhist Society, Otani University=大谷大学東方仏教徒協会=イースタン・ブディスト協会(EBS)
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Location京都, 日本 [Kyoto, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword禪宗=Zazen Buddhism=Zen Buddhism=Son Buddhism=Chan Buddhism; Meister Eckhart
AbstractIn this essay I should like to approach the question of freedom, a concern common to both Meister Eckhart and Zen Buddhism, by way of language. In so doing, I mean to focus on the way freedom is explained and exemplified in Eckhart and Zen. The topic is a tangle of problems that really calls for a book--a book too big for me to write. Let it suffice here to make a modest beginning.
ISSN00128708 (P)
Created date2002.01.05
Modified date2017.10.17

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