By Muso Soseki and Thomas Yuho Kirchner
Muso Soseki, a renowned fourteenth century Zen master remembered today for perfecting the art of the Zen garden, here cleverly presents a series of questions and answers in the guise of a conversation between himself and the Shogun. This dialogue illuminates Buddhist philosophy and practice in clear and direct language, and includes discussions of prayer, meditation, and the place of study in religious life.
Paperback, 448 pages.
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