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Impermanence Is Buddha-Nature

Impermanence Is Buddha-Nature

by Joan Stambaugh

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A presentation of an improved series of indicators to assess student learning, curriculum quality, teaching effectiveness, student behavior, and financial and leadership support for mathematics and science education. The 13th century Buddhist thinker has attracted increasing attention in the West, though the difficulty of his writings has presented a barrier. Through a dialogical approach between Dogen and Western philosophers (among them, Leibniz, Nietsche, Heidegger), Stambaugh (philosophy, Hunter College, CUNY) explicates Dogen's ideas on the relation of time to eternity and on the different experiences of time. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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University of Hawaii Press, The
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