The Boundless Open Sea: Essays at the Intersection of Zen and Critical Theory

The Boundless Open Sea: Essays at the Intersection of Zen and Critical Theory

Bradley Kaye


For the final 40 years serious theories in Europe were positing evaluations of western society with no totally embracing Buddhist traditions. In Dr. Kaye’s opinion that could be a bad mistake, and he makes an attempt a fusion among japanese and western social critique by way of concentrating on recommendations resembling nothingness (Sunyata), quick enlightenment (Satori and Nirvana), bio-power, space-time and nihilism. the whole objective of the e-book is to work out if Buddhism and significant conception can create pathways out of tangible oppressions as a result of ‘clinging of brain’ which Buddhism says is the reason for ache (Dukkha).

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