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Zen in America
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American Lineages Imakita Kosen of Engakuji Japan (Rinzai) Harada Sogaku of Hoshinji (Soto/Rinzai synthesis) Suzuki Shunryu of Eiheiji (Soto)
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Beginnings Shaku Soen (Dharma heir of Imakita) at the 1893 World Parliament Three disciples Shaku Sokatsu Senzaki Nyogen Suzuki Daisetsu (DT)
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Centers Cimarron Center (LA 1966) Mt. Baldy 1971 New York Zen Center (Philip Kapleau) San Francisco Zen Center
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Unformatted text preview: • Tassajara Hot Springs Beat zen, Square zen • Jack Kerouac • Alan Watts American Buddhisms • Import Buddhism - Zen, Tibetan (Caucasian) • Export Buddhism - Nichiren (recent immigrant and poor) • Baggage Buddhism - traditional immigrant community Becoming Buddha in LA • Harvard Pluralism Project for mapping American religions “On Common Ground”...
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2009 for the course REL S 338 taught by Professor Hansenw. during the Spring '09 term at San Diego State.

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