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Basic Buddhism: Exploring Buddhism and Zen (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Februar 2000

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Hong Kong-based Zen Master Nan Huai-Chin is regarded as one of the foremost experts on Chinese history and culture. He is an expert in Confucianism as well as of Zen, Taoism and Esoteric Buddhism. This comprehensive introduction covers the relationship between Buddhism and the culture of India, the transmission of Buddhism to China, and to the rest of the world, and the changes that have taken place in Buddhism in different parts of the world - in other Asian countries, as well as in America and Europe. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.

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Buddhism is not a religion because it demands cultivation and realization. It is therefore essential to select only writings written by the enlightened; or one can be led astray. Master Nan has been a Buddhist practitioner almost all his life and is believed by many to have seen the path. This book reviews all the basic concepts in Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhism. Being written by someone who really knows, it is very different.
Like all Master Ma's books, it is a book that you would like to keep for your whole life and then pass onto you children. For those who are interested in this area, you will never regret owning this book.
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I have nothing to say about definitions of religion, or about the relative degree of the author's 'enlightenment'. What I will say is about this book. For the non-specialist, this is the best you can get for a NARRATIVE HISTORY of the development and spread of Buddhism. Forget the other esoteric references (which do indeed color the author's other books). THIS IS GOOD STRAIGHTUP HISTORY WRITING.
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HASH(0x9cbf827c) von 5 Sternen concise summary of Buddhism 30. März 2000
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Buddhism is not a religion because it demands cultivation and realization. It is therefore essential to select only writings written by the enlightened; or one can be led astray. Master Nan has been a Buddhist practitioner almost all his life and is believed by many to have seen the path. This book reviews all the basic concepts in Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhism. Being written by someone who really knows, it is very different.
Like all Master Ma's books, it is a book that you would like to keep for your whole life and then pass onto you children. For those who are interested in this area, you will never regret owning this book.
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HASH(0x9cbf8f48) von 5 Sternen A first-rate history of Buddhism with reliable and practical information 2. April 2012
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To begin with, this is no ordinary dry history book written by some random academic. This is a concise introduction to the history of Buddhism written by Nan Huai-Chin, a renowned Zen master in China. Nan really helps the material to come alive, and explains the basic history in a way that is both fresh and accurate.

An excellent added bonus is a full description of the Zen monastic system in the Chinese tradition. This is great because it is coming from someone who has "been there" and "done that." This is a guy who grew up in the early 20th century, visiting great masters and lamas throughout China and Tibet, and who is an expert on Chinese culture. This sort of information has not only the accuracy we expect from scholars, but the flavor of real first-hand experience.

I cannot recommend this book enough for students of Buddhism, or, for that matter, anyone with an interest in the tradition.
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This book was recommended to me by a friend in China. It is not light reading, but is an indepth examination of Vedic and annimist roots of Buddhist philosophy. It is a peerless eximination of the evolution of Buddhism as it has developed to guide and shape Chinese thought. Along with Taoism and Confucianism, Buddhism is passively reflected in several thousand years of Chinese cultural development.

Great indepth view!
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