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From the Publisher"Erudite and eminently readable."
— Journal of Religion
"A rich and theoretically sophisticated overview of the reception of Buddhism in Europe. . . . A masterful and extremely entertaining tour of the opinions of early Buddhologists and Eastward-looking philosophers. . . . [A] virtuoso presentation of European intellectual history. . . . A highly readable and deeply researched book, one that intellectual historians and philosophers interested in the volatile mix of Buddhology and European philosophy in the nineteenth century should not ignore."
— Philosophy East & West