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To Keep or Not to Keep? Mortality, Humanity, and Transhumanism
Affinities and divergences between transhumanist ideas and Buddhist thought
Uploaded 26 May 2018
Zhang Huan: Sculpting a Name in Art
Whether it is his unconventional performance art, his photography, or his sculpture, Chinese artist Zhang Huan’s remarkable repertoire is rebellious, eccentric, controversial—and spiritual, particular
Uploaded 30 Jan 2015
Mindfulness and enjoyment are spiritual prerogatives
“Modern Japan simply was cyberpunk. The Japanese themselves knew it and delighted in it. I remember my first glimpse of Shibuya, when one of the young Tokyo journalists who had ta
Uploaded 31 Dec 2013
The Buddhist Understanding of Civilization
Editor's note: This article was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 13, September 2009.Venerable A. P. Buddhadatta in his English to Pāli dictionary gives two Pāli words for &
Uploaded 26 Apr 2013
Synergy or Collision: University students encountering Buddhism in China
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 3, April 2007. In this paper, my goal is to examine the relationship between university students and Buddhism in
Uploaded 17 Apr 2013
Retreats at Guang Jue Monastery in China
Chinese Buddhism still remains a bit of an enigma to many in the West as Zen, Tibetan and Theravadan Buddhism are very frequently highlighted most often due to the good resources available in English.
Uploaded 1 Apr 2011
Buddhism and Secularism: The Wedding of Old and New
  The increasingly globalized world denotes more than just the spread of Western media and brands. It denotes the secularization of society, with the exception of wild cards such as the United S
Uploaded 5 Mar 2010
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