Process Metaphysics and Hua-Yen Buddhism [Book Review]

Idealistic Studies 14 (3):278-278 (1984)
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The growth in interest in Whitehead and the increasing amount of materials available in English related to the Hua-Yen school of Buddhism in China mean that sooner or later there would be, or would have to be, a comparative study of the two in some depth. Although previous scholars of the Hua-Yen philosophy have made repeated references to process philosophy and have argued that this would be a means to understanding Hua-Yen thought, it is not until Steve Odin’s book that we see something approaching a probing study of both.



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