By Steven M. Emmanuel
Buddhist Philosophy: A Comparative process presents a sequence of readings that learn the well-known thinkers and texts of the Buddhist culture within the around, introducing modern readers to significant theories and debates on the intersection of Buddhist and Western thought.
- Takes a comparative, instead of oppositional, method of Buddhist philosophy, exploring key theories and debates on the intersection of jap and Western thought
- Addresses quite a few issues that symbolize details of convergence among the Buddhist and Western philosophical traditions
- Features contributions from a big selection of acclaimed overseas students within the discipline
- Provides a much-needed cross-cultural therapy of Buddhist philosophy acceptable for undergraduate scholars and experts alike
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Buddhist Philosophy: A Comparative Approach by Steven M. Emmanuel