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The Three Jewels: Essaying Buddhist Philosophy of Religion
Dr Rafal Stepien Assistant Professor and Coordinator of MSc (Asian Studies) Programme
Dr Rafal Stepien
The first book of its kind, The Three Jewels: Essaying Buddhist Philosophy of Religion constitutes a major advance in cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary philosophy of religion. More than an introduction, this volume stands at the vanguard of ongoing and increasingly urgent efforts to diversify philosophy of religion. It includes critical interventions in the field from Buddhist premises and paradigms alongside substantially new treatments of perennial questions from Buddhist sources. Covering philosophers across Buddhist Asia from the classical to the contemporary periods, this book contains specially commissioned essays written in clear and accessible prose by leading international scholars. It is both a compelling contribution to global humanities and an ideal companion for students, scholars, and all those eager to expand their knowledge of the world’s resolutely plural philosophies of religions.
|Theme:||General / Religion in Contemporary Society|
|Region:||Central Asia / East Asia and Asia Pacific / Europe / Global / South Asia / Southeast Asia and ASEAN|