A conversation with scholar Evan Thompson about his new book “Why I Am Not A Buddhist” and why Western Buddhism could use more non-Buddhist friends.
Now that Buddhism has come to the West, asks David Loy, how are they changing each other?
Members of the San Francisco Zen Center, in its fiftieth year, join a forum on how it approaches issues important to those practicing Buddhism in the west.
Annabella Pitkin review “Buddhism In the Modern World”, edited by David L. McMahan.
How do we maintain our faith in human nature when violence is loosed and innocents die? Robin Kornman points us to three 20th-century thinkers who looked into the abyss and yet asserted the transcendent goodness and meaning of life.
“If there is nothing universal then there is nothing genuinely spiritual anywhere in the universe, nor can there ever be.”
Now that the postmodern wave is washing on the shore of its own demise, what new worldviews surge from the ocean of the soul to announce a new perception?