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Spirituality and Emptiness: The Dynamics of Spiritual Life in Buddhism and…

by Donald W. Mitchell

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Juxtaposes the views of Japanese Buddhists of the Kyoto School with those of traditional Christian spirituality by focusing on the Buddhist concept of Emptiness and the key theological issue of Kenosis, the process of self-emptying.

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