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Medusa (novel) - Plot
... change, the Ministry of the Interior puts Aurelio Zen onto the case ... The focus is on movement, rather than the methodical application of the police process Zen takes short cuts with the latter and arrives at the ... Novels by Michael Dibdin Aurelio Zen series Ratking (1988) Vendetta (1990) Cabal (1992) Dead Lagoon (1994) Cosi Fan Tutti (1996) A Long Finish (1998 ...
Zen Narratives - Historical and Cultural Criticism (HCC) - Zen and World War II
... Japanese Zen organisations supported Japanese nationalism and its endeavours during the Pacific War ... known in the Western world by Brian Victoria in his groundbreaking study Zen at War, though in Japan this was already more common knowledge ...
Timeline Of Buddhism - Timeline of Events - CE
... in China with the founding of the White Horse Temple. 495 The Shaolin temple is built in the name of Buddhabhadra, by edict of emperor Wei Xiao Wen. 6th century Zen adherents enter Vietnam from China ...
Superbuddha - Practice - Meditation - Zen
... Zen Buddhism (禅), pronounced Chán in Chinese, seon in Korean or zen in Japanese (derived from the Sanskrit term dhyāna, meaning "meditation") is a form of Buddhism that became popular in China, Korea and ... Zen places less emphasis on scriptures than some other forms of Buddhism and prefers to focus on direct spiritual breakthroughs to truth ... Zen Buddhism is divided into two main schools Rinzai (臨済宗) and Sōtō (曹洞宗), the former greatly favouring the use in meditation on the koan (公案, a ...
Laurence Boldt
1954) is the author of Zen and the Art of Making a Living, Zen Soup, The Tao of Abundance and How to Find the Work You Love ... His books are a hybrid between Eastern religious principles (Taoism, Zen) and pragmatic Western problem solving ...

Famous quotes containing the words temple and/or zen:

    Where there is no temple there shall be no homes....
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    Zen ... does not confuse spirituality with thinking about God while one is peeling potatoes. Zen spirituality is just to peel the potatoes.
    Alan Watts (1915–1973)