Posthumous Pieces

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The penultimate work in Wei's series of eight spiritual classics.

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Overview

The penultimate work in Wei's series of eight spiritual classics.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591810155
  • Publisher: Sentient Publications
  • Publication date: 3/15/2004
  • Edition description: 2nd Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 5.32 (w) x 7.72 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword xi
Apologia 1
Preface 3
Part I Time
1. Taking Time by the Forelock 8
2. What Space-Time Is 10
3. Eight Words 12
4. The Nonsense of "Life" and "Death" 13
5. Karma and Rebirth--A Dialogue 14
6. Space 18
7. Come to Think of It 18
8. "The Truth of Ch'an" 21
9. Nameless and I 22
10. Sequentia Fugit 23
11. The Dying-Dream 25
12. Presence in the Present 25
13. Analytical Observations Concerning Time 27
14. "The Essential Understanding Seems to Be..." 34
15. The Subjectivity of Time 38
16. The Timeless Way 40
17. Succession, Dialectically 41
18. Walking Backwards into the Future 43
19. So We Are Told 48
20. The Great Pearl (Hui Hai) Concerning "Time" 49
21. Intemporal Time 50
22. Quips and Queries - I 50
Part II Sentience
23. Should Not This Be Said? ... 54
24. An Ego, A Self ... 55
25. Sentience 57
26. Sunshine--A Dialogue 59
27. What Noumenally We Are ... 64
28. Let Us See 66
29. Happiness 70
30. "Suffering" in Buddhism 71
31. I Am but There Is No "Me" 73
32. I, Noumenon, Speaking 76
33. The Positive Way 77
The Negative Way 78
34.
I Why Are We Unaware Of Awareness? 79
II In the Silence of the Mind I Sing 80
35. Definition of Prajna 81
36. Integrity of Mind--A Trilogy 82
I It All Happens in Mind 82
II Why Sentience Is the Gateway to Integrity 84
III The Hearing Way 85
37. Returning Sentience to Its Source 89
38. The Meaning of Mantra 90
39. The Meaning of Prajnaparamita 91
40. "Enlightenment," Relatively Considered 92
41. Gone with the Wind ... 94
42. Quips and Queries - II 95
Part III The Conceptual Universe - 1
43. The Wrong Road 98
44. Re-solution 99
45. The Basic Invalidity of Science 101
46. The "Rights of Man"--A Dialogue 103
47. Abolition 105
48. All About Us--A Dialogue 107
49. Does "Existence" Exist? 115
50. The Answer--A Dialogue 116
51. "Existence" in Vedanta 117
52. The Infamous Void 118
53. The Question--A Dialogue 120
54. Facing the Facts 121
55. Note on Noumenon 123
56. Surely the Answer Is ... 124
57. The Conceptual Universe 125
58. Quips and Queries - III 128
Part IV The Conceptual Universe - 2
59. Almost Everybody Who Writes ... 132
60. "The Buddha Taught ..." 133
Transcendence 139
61. Dialectic Approach to Integration 141
62. The Way in Is the Only Way Out 146
63. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllj'-Lantysiliogogogoch--A Dialogue 150
64. The Whole Story 163
65. The Perfect Way 166
66. Non-Conceptually--What? 168
67. Anecdote 170
68. Not for a Moment 171
69. Not Even Absolute 172
70. Lachez-Prise!--A Dialogue 175
71. The Mirage--A Trilogy 178
I One And Allness 179
II The First Person Singular 181
III The Door Is Open--A Dialogue 183
72. The Mechanism of Relativity 185
73. Quips and Queries - IV 187
Part V Absence
74. The Question and the Answer 190
75. Singular Saying 190
76. Lux in Tenebris 192
77. Practice of Non-Practice 193
78. Reminder 194
I and You 194
79. As the Owl Remarked to the Rabbit 195
80. You and I 196
81. Hence the Universe 197
82. I Looking 198
83. The Unmanifest 199
84. Transcendence and Immanence 200
85. Incidentally 201
86. [characters not reproducible] 202
87. I, Functioning, See 205
88. No Other Teaching 206
89. Quips and Queries - V 207
Part VI Whole-Mind
90. The Beginning and the End 210
91. Finding the Seeker--A Dialogue 211
92. Whole-Mind 212
I Dreaming Mind 212
II Tao, or the Way It Is 213
III Obituary 215
Hereafter 216
IV What We Mean by "Noumenon" and "Phenomena" 217
93. The Meaning of Ch'an 217
94. The Supreme Vehicle Is ... 219
95. True-Seeing--A Dialogue 220
96. The Answer - II--A Dialogue 223
I Clearing the Ground 223
II The Answer 224
97. Awareness 231
98. "Seeing--Seeing--Seeing" 234
99. Absolutely 236
100. Quips and Queries - VI 240
Colophon 242
Posthumous Postscript 243
Appendix
Quotations 245
Technical Terms 253
Definitions 257
Suggestions and Comments 263
Come to Think of It 265
Index 269
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