Shobogenzo: Zen Essays by Dogen
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132pp. May 1986
Shobogenzo: Zen Essays by Dogen
Author: Dogen; Translator: Cleary, Thomas;
A remarkable collection of essays, Shôbôgenzô, "Treasury of the Eye of True Teaching," was composed in the thirteenth century by the Zen master Dôgen, founder of the Sôtô Zen school in Japan. Through its linguistic artistry and its philosophical su
"Cleary succeeds in offering us a good deal ... in flowing English, [and] provides the best of Dôgen in a modest volume. His introductory comments give the reader a fair idea of what the main text is all about; the notes after each chapter are helpful wit
Author: Dogen; Translator: Cleary, Thomas;
Foreword, vii
Introduction, 1
Great Transcendent Wisdom, 23
The Issue at Hand, 29
The Nature of Things, 36
The Whole Works, 43
Such, 47
One Bright Jewel, 57
Flowers in the Sky, 64
The Ocean Seal Concentration, 76
The Scriptur



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