Rediscovering the West: An Inquiry Into Nothingness and Relatedness

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SUNY Press, 1994 M01 1 - 222 pages
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An inquiry into how westerners can tap into their own philosophical and spiritual traditions to grow beyond their unsteadiness of relations, inner dullness, and underlying absence of vision or orientation; and become more alert, compassionate, and intelligent. Reviews the Zen worldview and such western traditions as the mystical Christ, Socrates, a
 

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Contents

Rediscovering the West
77
A View on the Western Drama
99
Testimony of Survivors
115
The Radiance of Socrates
137
Death and Rebirth
153
Relatedness as Practice
163
Sitting and Relating
177
Notes
191
Bibliography
209
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Stephen C. Rowe is Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Grand Valley State University. He is the author of Leaving and Returning: On America's Contribution to a World Ethic; and editor of Living Beyond Crisis: Essays on Discovery and Being in the World; and Claiming a Liberal Education.

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