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Like its companion volume 'Neitzsche & Asian Thought,' this book is based on wishful thinking and all sorts of false premises.

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Like its companion volume 'Neitzsche & Asian Thought,' this book is based on wishful thinking and all sorts of false premises. Apart from superficial resemblances, there is not a great deal in Heidegger which resonates with Buddhist ideas or Asian thought. Heidegger gave priority to man's temporal being - 'being thrown in the world' - and the Buddha taught the way out of conditioned existence in time and space. For the Buddha, phenomenal existence per se - is illusory.

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Heidegger and Asian Thought. Graham Parkes - 1991 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 29 (3):189-190. Heidegger and Japanese Thought: How Much Did He Know and When Did He Know It?'. Graham Parkes - 1990 - Philosophy East and West 40 (1):100-105. Graham Parkes - 1992 - In Christopher E. Macann (e., Martin Heidegger: Critical Assessments. Nietzsche and Asian Thought. Graham Parkes - 1993 - Philosophy East and West 43 (1):141-144.

Heidegger and Asian Philosophy. Deciphering Heidegger’s Connection with the Daodejing. As for the transformation into pure luminosity which Heidegger refers to as the goal of Indian thinking, this pure luminosity is a translation of reine Helle - a phrase not only resonant of but also an etymon of the English phrase ‘pure hell’.

The Journal of Asian Studies. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies. The multiple perspectives and traditions presented in this book illuminate hitherto neglected facets of Nietzsche's thinking and, in an original and engaging approach, confirm his role as a thinker of genuinely global stature.

Heidegger and Asian Thought is the first book devoted to exploring this fascinating topic. It brings together essays by twelve scholars from India, China, Japan, Germany, and the United States, most of which were written especially for this volume. The essays discuss heidegger's thinking in relation to Vedanta, Taoism, Zen and Tibetan Buddhist philosophy. Your Cart (0). in All Categories in Textiles in Jewelry in Sculptures in Books in Paintings in CDs & DVDs in Beauty & Health Care in Beads in Articles. Books Philosophy Heidegger and Asian Thought. Ed. By. Graham Parkes.

In 12 excellent essays by scholars East and West, this collection explores the many dimensions of Heidegger's relation to Eastern thinking.... Because of the quality of the contributions, the eminence of the many contributors.
Ytli
Great book! Lost my old one and reordered.
Yanthyr
Furthermore, it has also been claimed that a number of elements within Heidegger's thought bear a close parallel to Eastern philosophical ideas, particularly with Zen Buddhism and Taoism. An account given by Paul Hsao (in Heidegger and Asian Thought) records a remark by Chang Chung-Yuan claiming that "Heidegger is the only Western Philosopher who not only intellectually understands but has intuitively grasped Taoist thought."

According to Tomonubu Imamichi, the concept of Dasein was inspired -- although Heidegger remains silent on this -- by Okakura Kakuzo's concept of das-in-der-Welt-sein (being in the world) expressed in The Book of Tea to describe Zhuangzi's philosophy, which Imamichi's teacher had offered to Heidegger in 1919, after having studied with him the year before.[25]

Some scholars interested in the relationships between Western philosophy and the history of ideas in Islam and Arabic philosophical medieval sources may also have been influenced by Heidegger's work.[26] ie Henry Corbin.

On a supeficial level, Heidegger and the more common forms of Buddhism are at odds, but if one reaches a deeper level of understanding, one can see that it is indeed very true that phenomenology and Buddhist and Taoist thought illuminate each other in an extremely useful fashion. Previous reviewers seem to not actually have read this book or examined the issuses in it in depth.
Quynaus
Like its companion volume 'Neitzsche & Asian Thought,' this book is based on wishful thinking and all sorts of false premises. Apart from superficial resemblances, there is not a great deal in Heidegger which resonates with Buddhist ideas or Asian thought. Heidegger gave priority to man's temporal being - 'being thrown in the world' - and the Buddha taught the way out of conditioned existence in time and space. For the Buddha, phenomenal existence per se - is illusory. For Heidegger, phenomenal existence is the only basis from which to proceed on the path of philosophy. It may be that in trying to rescue 'phenomena' from a world of mere appearance, he was, in a sense, endeavouring to see the phenomenal world as something emerging from within that which is not phenomenal, but in truth, there is more in common between the Buddha, Plato and the Neo-Platonists (especially Plotinus), than there could ever be between Heidegger - and the Buddha/Asian thought.

Read Nagarjuna and what he says about sunyata/pratitya samutpada, and then look at Heidegger. Nagarjuna questions the validity of metaphysical statements - because he is convinced that the 'real' is beyond the reach of any conditioned terms. He wished to free us from appearances. Heidegger rejected metaphysical statements and references to that which is supra-phenomenal, because he regarded the pre-occupation with supra-phenomenal existence as absurd. You wont find Sunyata/Dharmata in Heidegger. Unlike Heideggger, neither Lao Tzu nor the Buddha would have called 'language the house of being.' What is more, they didn't even like the term 'being' - which only exists because of its opposite - 'non-being.'
Heidegger and Asian Thought ebook
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