ArticleStorey, DavidI argue that historical and comparative analyses of Heidegger and Zen Buddhism are motivated by three simple ideas: 1) Zen is uncompromisingly nonmetaphysical; 2) its discourse is poetic and non-rational; and 3) it aims to provoke a radical transforma . . .
ArticleKim, Chin-TaiThe normative claims of some ethical theories receive justification from their founding layers. But some lack foundations. It becomes a meta-ethical challenge to understand the justificatory devices such theories employ. This study compares Taoism and . . .
ThesisBass, StellaThis was a philosophical thesis concerned with two main tasks. On the one hand, concepts in the philosophy of Taoism are reviewed, interpreted and discussed. On the other hand, the process of psychotherapy with a Taoistic frame of reference is ini . . .