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Dogen and the Koan Tradition
Dogen and the Koan Tradition (November 1993)
A Tale of Two Shobogenzo Texts
Steven Heine - Author

This book has three major goals in critically examining the historical and philosophical relation between the writings of Dogen and the Zen koan tradition. First, it introduces and evaluates recent Japanese scholarship concerning Dogen's two Shobogenzo texts, the Japanese (Kana) collection of ninety-two fascicles on Buddhist topics and the Chinese (Mana) collection of three hundred koan cases also known as the Shobogenzo San...(Read More)
Philosophy as Therapy
Philosophy as Therapy (July 1992)
An Interpretation and Defense of Wittgenstein's Later Philosophical Project
James F. Peterman - Author

This book presents an account and defense of Wittgenstein's later philosophy emphasizing its therapeutic character. Peterman argues that any therapeutic philosophy must present an account of human health, a related account of the mechanisms of health and illness, and finally an account of how philosophy can bring someone from a state of illness to health. In light of this general model, he presents an interpretation of Wittgenstein's therapeutic p...(Read More)
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