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Author Biography: Stephen Batchelor,...
Author Biography: Stephen Batchelor, a former monk in the Tibetan and Zen traditions, is the author of Buddhism Without Beliefs; The Tibet Guide (winner of the Thomas Cook Award); The Awakening of the West (a joint winner of the 1994 Tricycle Award), and other books on Buddhism. World-renowned for his translations, he is also a contributing editor of Tricycle, a guiding teacher at Gaia House Retreat Centre, and Director of Studies at Sharpham College for Buddhist Studies and Contemporary Inquiry in Devon, England.
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Posted October 27, 2001
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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Posted December 9, 2000