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Posted October 19, 2012
American Buddhist writer and autodidact Red Pine provides a readable and well annotated modern translation of an important and philosophically difficult text of the meditation school of Buddhism, based on Chinese translations and compared with the Sanskrit, with a credible explanation of what it means. He thinks the dominant forms of Buddhist practice are "Zen, Pure Land, Tantric, Vipassana," a particularly 20th-century British or US view.
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