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Verses from the Center: A Buddhist Vision of the Sublime
     

Verses from the Center: A Buddhist Vision of the Sublime

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by Stephen Batchelor
 

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The understanding of the nature of reality is the insight upon which the Buddha was able to achieve his own enlightenment. This vision of the sublime is the source of all that is enigmatic and paradoxical about Buddhism. In Verses from the Center, Stephen Batchelor explores the history of this concept and provides readers with translations of the most

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Verses from the Center: A Buddhist Vision of the Sublime 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is divided into two parts, Batchelor's 80-page meditation on Nagarjuna's second century 'Verses from the Center,' followed by Batchelor's translation of that work. Nagarjuna's poetry, Batchelor writes, offers insights for 'anyone concerned with the questions of what it means to live a free and awake life today.' This book is difficult, but there are enough insightful gems along the way to make it worthwhile reading.
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The review from Library Journal is for a different book...