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Love of All Wisdom
Love of All Wisdom is a biweekly blog in cross-cultural philosophy, writt..
How helpful is Melford Spiro’s kammatic/nibbanic distinction in describing Buddhism? It can be tempting to line it up too closely with ..read more
Last winter my wife and I made a wonderful trip to Sri Lanka. Before I say anything about the trip’s philosophical implications, I just ..read more
Weterners who have studied Buddhist philosophy and ethics, even when we have done so at length, are often thrown for a loop when we read ..read more
Damien Keown’s The Nature of Buddhist Ethics closes by arguing for parallels between Buddhist and Aristotelian ethics. He claims that ..read more
Ron Purser’s critique of McMindfulness is in line with William Edelglass’s critique of the “happiness turn” in Western Buddhism. ..read more
The mainstreaming of mindfulness meditation continues at a rapid clip. According to the Center for Disease Control, in the years 2012 to ..read more
Hegel has a famous phrase in the preface of the Philosophy of Right: “Only with the falling dusk does the owl of Minerva start its ..read more
It’s been a long time in the making, but my article on disengaged Buddhism is finally published. It’s at the free online Journal of ..read more
A major idea in the work of G.W.F. Hegel is best translated as the dialectic of master and slave. In this parable of social existence, the ..read more
There are probably few people in the English-speaking world unfamiliar with the Serenity Prayer. In its best-known form this prayer asks ..read more

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