The Complete Idiot's Guide to Eastern Philosophy

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Penguin, 1 בינו׳ 2000 - 401 עמודים
This book is a great combination of good writing and successful subject; Stevenson is in fact one of our best writers, and educational/religion subjects have had substantial success within our reference books. - Eastern philosophy from t'ai chi to herbal medicine is absolutely in at the moment. - This book is a concise version of all Eastern's major principles (e.g. yoga, Hinduism and Zen).
 

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Orientation
1
Four Ways to Wisdom
3
Turning East
17
East Meets West
29
Do You Hindu?
41
Beyond the Gods
43
Life Goes On
55
Going to Extremes
65
Tao and Later
209
Tao and Forever
221
Opposites in Flux
231
Sages in Service
245
Confucius Says
247
It Is Written
259
The Three Sages
271
Official Business
283

Building on Tradition
77
Yogi Bearings
89
Culture Clash
101
Go West Young Brahmin
111
Shake Your Buddha
125
News from Nirvana
127
Flesh on the Bones
139
The Diamond Path
151
Other Worlds
161
Now and Zen
173
Way Cool
185
Old Masters
187
Tao or Never
199
The Way Revisited
295
Living Wisdom
309
Food for Thought
311
Bedroom Wise
323
Kung Fu Fighting
335
Rx East
347
The Art of Wisdom
357
Terms of Enseerment
367
Gurus Whos Who
375
It Is Written
379
Index
381
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JAY STEVENSON, Ph.D., teaches writing, English literature, and cultural studies at Rutgers University and is the author of five Complete Idiot’s Guides®. He has written for Studies in English Literature 1500–1900 and for the Grinnell Review.

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