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Annotated Bibliographic Topic: how Asia Zen affected the Beat Generation Starrs Roy, “Zen and the art of statecraft: foreign observers have long been baffled by Japan's self-discipline in the face of multiple disasters, from earthquakes and tsunamis to the financial crash. But such fatalism can hinder democracy.” Essay on New Statesman (1996) . 140.5060 (July 4, 2011): p34. From Literature Resource Center. This essay said that the sense of life as transient and fragile was elaborated into a more formal philosophy by Dogen (1200-53), the Thomas Aquinas of Zen Buddhism. Dogen's philosophy is one of impermanence and emptiness, or non-essentialism: it is not only nature that has no fixed or permanent identity; neither does man. "The thought of enlightenment . .. is the mind which sees into impermanence." … The haiku poet Matsuo Basho's answer to this conundrum comes from Zen: if nature offends your ego, then transcend your ego by becoming one with nature. ZOU Jian-da and TANG Li-juan “On Busshist imagery of Wang Wei’s poem”Journal of Yunnan Normal University Aug.2001 Vol.2 No.4 This journal talks about Wang Wei also known as Wang Youcheng, 699-759 [1] ), was a Tang Dynasty Chinese
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Flower during the Spring '11 term at University of Indianapolis.

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