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The Buddha Eye, An Anthology of the Kyoto School and Its Contemporaries (2004).pdf

The Buddha Eye, An Anthology of the Kyoto School and Its Contemporaries (2004).pdf

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THE
B
UDDHA
E
 YE
 An Anthology of the Kyoto School
 
and Its Contemporaries
Essays by 
 Abe MasaoHisamatsu Shin’ichiKiyozawa ManshiKobori Sohaku NanreiNishitani KeijiSoga RyojinSuzuki Teitaro DaisetzTakeuchi YoshinoriUeda Shizuteru
Foreword by
 Joan Stambaugh
Edited by 
 
F
REDERICK
F
RANCK 
 
 About this Book and the Editor
“With the appearance of
The Buddha Eye 
... a new era in Buddhist thought has been launched.”
 Taitetsu Unno
, Jill Ker Conway Professor of Religion at SmithCollege“This anthology serves as an excellent introduction to the Suzuki versionof Zen.”
 Journal of Asian Studies
“Dialogues with the spiritual masters of the East show us the possibility of a universal ecumenism that is rarely experienced.”
 Mat 
 
 thew Fox
, author of
Original Blessing
and
One River, Many Wells 
“For the pilgrim in each of us who would journey into Eastern or Westernspiritual traditions to chart a path in this troubled time.... ”
 Joanna Macy
, author of
World as Lover, World as Self 
“His words... make us see the world as a place where, with more under-standing and tolerance, we could all live together in harmony.”
Rhena Schweitzer Miller
, daughter of Albert Schweitzer“He simply sees things most people do not.... ”
Harvey Cox
, author of
The Secular City
and
Many Mansions 
“Frederick Franck’s exploration of what it means to be human and hismoving artistic expression have been transnational, transcultural andtransdisciplinary.”
 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
, which awarded Francka World Citizenship Award
 
“The fact that, over ninety and recovering from a near-fatal automobileaccident, Franck still finds hope and beauty in the world around him andcan convey it with such simple force, is perhaps the most eloquent answerof all.”
Parabola
magazine“Frederick Franck is an artist and author who believes in seeing everythingaround him.… [This] does not mean simply looking at, but instead active-ly realizing the importance of everything around him, especially other people.”
 The Online Journal of Peace and Conf 
 
lict Resolution
“Above all else, Franck is a bridge builder whose spirituality points to a new  way of being in the twenty-first century.”
Spirituality and Health
magazine

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