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On Wanting to Compare Wittgenstein and Zen

  • D. Z. Phillips (a1)
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1 Canfield John V., ‘Wittgenstein and Zen’, Philosophy 50, No. 194, (10 1975).

2 Philip Kapleau (Boston, 1965), 231–232. Quoted by Canfield on p. 392.

3 Bouwsma O. K., ‘Anselm's Argument’ in The Nature of Philosophical Enquiry, Bobik J. (ed.) (University of Notre Dame Press, 1970).

4 Trans. Watson Burton, The Complete Works of Chuang Tzu (New York, 1968).

5 I owe this suggestion to a valuable conversation on this topic with Glyn Richards. No doubt the spiritual orientation of the dialectic would pose similar difficulties to those raised in this paper.

6 Sinyavsky Andrey, Unguarded Thoughts, trans. Harari M. (Collins, 1972).

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