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Hans Waldenfels, Absolute Nothingness: Foundations for a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

Hans Waldenfels, Absolute Nothingness: Foundations for a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

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A major breakthrough in Buddhist-Christian dialogue, Absolute Nothingness is a comparative study that attempts to relate the Kyoto School of Buddhist philosophy to the Christian tradition. Among the major questions treated in this book is that of spiritual emptiness as it is experienced in the traditions of East and West. The author brings to his book the skills of a theologian and the sensitivities of one who has studied Buddhism in Japan.
  Trans. by James W. Heisig. New York: Paulist Press, 1976, 1980.

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