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by Frederick Franck

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Author:
Frederick Franck
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0824504100
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Crossroad (1982)
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Journal of Asian Studies

Journal of Asian Studies. With the appearance of The Buddha Eye…a new era in Buddhist thought has been launched. - Taitetsu Unno, author of Shin Buddhism. For an excellent outline of the Kyoto School and its particular features the reader can do no better than turn to Dr. Franck’s beautiful Prologue, which forms an integral part of the content of this book. Nevertheless, it might be worthwhile to offer a word of explanation as to why a publisher that typically focuses on books relating to the Perennial Philosophy would decide to reprint this work.

The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School and its Contemporaries, (World Wisdom, 2004). To Be Human Against All Odds: On the Reptile Still Active in Our Brain (Nanzan Studies in Religion and Culture), (Asian Humanities Pr, 1991). ISBN 978-0-89581-945-1. What Matters: Spiritual Nourishment for Head and Heart, (Skylight Paths Publishing, 2004). ISBN 978-1-59473-013-9. Life Drawing Life: On Seeing/Drawing the Human, (Great River Books, 1989).

The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School. Philosophy as Metanoetics (Nanzan studies in religion and culture), Yoshinori Takeuchi, Valdo Viglielmo, and James W. Heisig (Translators), University of California Press, April 1987, ISBN 0-520-05490-3. New York: Crossroad Publishing, 1982. Seventeen essays, most from The Eastern Buddhist, on Zen and Pure Land Buddhism. Kyoto School Philosophy: A Call for a Paradigm Shift in Philosophical Thought, by HORO Atsuhiko. Keiji Nishitani, Religion and Nothingness, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982.

For an excellent outline of the Kyoto School and its particular features the reader can do no better than turn to Dr. Franck’s beau-tiful Prologue, which forms an integral part of the content of this book. Nevertheless, it might be worthwhile to offer a word of expla-nation as to why a publisher that typically focuses on books relating to the Perennial Philosophy would decide to reprint this work.

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Frederick Franck, ed. The Buddha Ey. The Buddha Eye is an anthology of seventeen important writings related to the Kyoto School of philosophy, including essays by Nishitani Keiji, Abe Masao, Ueda Shizuteru, Hisamatsu Shin’ichi, Takeuchi Yoshinori, and D. T. Suzuki.

Frederick Franck the Buddha Eye an Anthology of the Kyoto School and Its Contemporaries 2004. Philosophy and Logic.

Frederick Franck is one of a rare and precious breed-an authentic of the others should b. .This book provides a service to Western. students of religion who wish to broaden their understanding of cross-.

Frederick Franck is one of a rare and precious breed-an authentic. troubadour whose lyricism is pure in word and image. cultural religious and philosophical dialogue. The Eastern Buddhist. Frederick Franck is that rarest of human beings, a true eclectic-in. touch with the perennial. Robert Aitken Roshi.

News & Public Affairs Spirituality & Religion Sports Videos Television Videogame Videos Vlogs Youth Media. Includes essays selected from the Eastern Buddhist journal. Includes bibliographical references. audio All Audio latest This Just In Grateful Dead Netlabels Old Time Radio 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings. Top. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Radio Programs. Librivox Free Audiobook. Franck, Frederick, 1909-.

A wide-ranging collection of essays from philosophers of the Kyoto school, a Japanese school of thought in the early 20th century that sought to fuse Zen Buddhism with the ontological existentialism of Husserl,Heidegger et al.

The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School, Edited by Frederick Franck Hardcover book published by The Crossroads Publishing Co., copyright 1982
  • I arrived to this book mainly looking for further insights into Nishida Kitaro philosophy and a deeper understanding of some of his ideas like: "God exist in this world through self-negation". Admittedly, I had been amply rewarded.
    Conceptually transcending Mahayana's terms like "sunyata-sunyata" (emptiness of emptiness) take a new dimension under the intelligent analysis of contributors like Ueda Shizutero: "Put in philosophical terms, it refers to the negation of negation, which entails a pure movement in two directions at the same time: (1) the negation of negation in the sense of a further denial of negation that does not come back around to affirmation but opens up into an endlessly open nothingness; and (2) the negation of negation in the sense of a return to affirmation without any trace of mediation. Absolute nothingness, which first of all functions as radical negation, is maintained as this dynamic coincidence of infinite negation and straightforward affirmation. In this coincidence, and because of it, a fundamental transformation and a complete return--a sort of "death and resurrection"--are achieved in ex-sis-tence".
    It pays off handsomely the extra effort that a lay person like myself have to put on in reading this book.

  • This is a great collection of essays written from a modern Buddhist perspective with an emphasis on East-West dialogue. It including influential names like DT Suzuki, Masao Abe, and Nishitani writing on topics like reality, religious experience, existentialism, and modern, scientific culture.

    I'm mainly writing this review to bring up the rating, as unfortunately it has a 3 star rating based on a spurious review.