The Recorded Sayings of Zen Master Joshu

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Rowman Altamira, 1998 - 180 páginas
The first full English translation gives the odd, outrageous, and illuminating replies of this founding Zen (Ch'an) master from North China to the questions of 8th and 9th century Buddhist monks. It is said of Joshu that 'his lips emitted light, ' evoking clearly his own experience and enlightenment. His teachings are a keynote in the official koan of Zen
 

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Biography
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Lectures Questions Answers
11
Questions Answers
77
Poems Records from Pilgrimages
137
Appendix
176
Glossary
179
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