The Zen Poetry of Dōgen: Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace

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Tuttle, 1997 - 183 ページ
Although best known for zazen meditation, Dogen felt that poetry could act as a complement to the enlightenment experience, and this collection beautifully confirms this belief. Dogen scholar Steven Heine provides clear and revealing translations that capture Dogen's unique voice, echoing the master's Zen naturalist and aesthetic philosophy. More than a collection of enlightened poetry, this collection will appeal to both students and non-students of Buddhism alike.

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A selection of poems by the important thirteenth-century Zen teacher, translated and commented upon by the academic Steven Heine, who is probably the foremost contemporary Dogen scholar. レビュー全文を読む

The Zen poetry of DÅ gen: verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace

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The founder of the Soto school of Zen Buddhism in Japan, which uses sitting meditation as the way to enlightenment, Dogen (1200-53) has previously been known to the West through his prose, especially ... レビュー全文を読む

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Poetic Themes
35
TRANSLATIONS OF THE JAPANESE AND CHINESE COLLECTIONS
89
Selections
121
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著者について (1997)

Steven Heine is professor of Religious Studies at Florida International University.

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