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One City: A Declaration of Interdependence

by Ethan Nichtern

What you wear. What you say. What you think/ignore/buy/don't buy... Welcome to One City-Population: Everyone-where EVERYTHING you do matters. You've lived here your whole life, whether you know it or not.

Ethan...


Mindful Therapy: A Guide for Therapists and Helping Professionals

by Thomas Bien

Welcome and much-needed addition to the literature for psychotherapists, therapists-in-training, and occupational therapists and other types of teachers. Mindful Therapy offers to them ways to bring the teachings...


Freeing the Heart and Mind: Introduction to the Buddhist Path

by Sakya Trizin, Kalsang Gyaltsen & Ani Junga Chodron

His Holiness Sakya Trizin, the head of the glorious Sakya lineage, one of the four primary schools of Tibetan Buddhism, presents here the essential Buddhist teachings of the four noble truths, universal compassion,...


The Book of Mu: Essential Writings on Zen's Most Important Koan

by Melissa Myozen Blacker, James Ishmael Ford & John Tarrant

The word "mu" is one ancient Zen teacher's response to the earnest question of whether even a dog has "buddha nature". Discovering for ourselves the meaning of the master's response is the urgent work of each...


Zen's Chinese Heritage: The Masters and Their Teachings

by Andy Ferguson, Steven Heine & Tenshin Reb Anderson

Zen's Chinese Heritage traces twenty-five generations of inlightened Buddhist teachers, supplementing their core teachings with history, biography, and poetry. The result is an intimate and profound human portrait...


Hsin Hsin Ming: The Zen Understanding of Mind and Consciousness

by Osho & Osho International Foundation

Understanding our minds and consciousness are topics high on everybody's list of important issues. Science and psychology are delivering every day captivating news of understanding in this area.

In this extraordinary...


The Emancipated Spectator

by Jacques Rancière

The theorists of art and film commonly depict the modern audience as aesthetically and politically passive. In response, both artists and thinkers have sought to transform the spectator into an active agent...


Proletarian Nights: The Workers' Dream in Nineteenth-Century France

by Jacques Rancière

Proletarian Nights, previously published in English as Nights of Labor and one of Rancière’s most important works, dramatically reinterprets the Revolution of 1830, contending that workers were not rebelling...


Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?: 5 Interventions in the (Mis)Use of a Notion

by Slavoj Žižek

In some circles, a nod towards totalitarianism is enough to dismiss any critique of the status quo. Such is the insidiousness of the neo-liberal ideology, argues Slavoj Žižek. Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?...


The Hegel Variations: On the Phenomenology of Spirit

by Fredric Jameson

In this major new study, philosopher and cultural theorist Fredric Jameson offers an innovative reading of a book that forms part of the bedrock of modern Western thought: Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit.

Whereas...


A Philosophy of Walking

by Frédéric Gros & John Howe

“It is only ideas gained from walking that have any worth.” —Nietzsche

In A Philosophy of Walking, a bestseller in France, leading thinker Frédéric Gros charts the many different ways we get from...


Truth and Skepticism

by Robert Almeder

Robert Almeder provides a comprehensive discussion and definitive refutation of our common conception of truth as a necessary condition for knowledge of the world, and to defend in detail an epistemic conception...


The Heart of Zen: Enlightenment, Emotional Maturity, and What It Really Takes for Spiritual Liberation

by Jun Po Denis Kelly Roshi & Keith Martin-Smith

While we are more and more familiar with popular ideas of enlightenment and spiritual awakening, life still comes at us full force, and hope can turn to frustration as the gulf between our spiritual belief and...


The Logic of Scientific Discovery

by Karl Popper

Described by the philosopher A.J. Ayer as a work of 'great originality and power', this book revolutionized contemporary thinking on science and knowledge. Ideas such as the now legendary doctrine of 'falsificationism'...


Essence of the Heart Sutra: The Dalai Lama's Heart of Wisdom Teachings

by Thupten Jinpa & Dalai Lama

For more than two thousand years, the Heart Sutra has been part of the daily life of millions of Buddhists. This concise text, so rich and laden with meaning, concentrates the very heart of Buddhism into a powerful...


The Long Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Digha Nikaya

by Maurice Walshe & Sumedho

This book offers a complete translation of the Digha Nikaya, the long discourses of the Buddha, one of the major collections of texts in the Pali Canon, the authorized scriptures of Theravada Buddhism. This...


Keep Me in Your Heart a While: The Haunting Zen of Dainin Katagiri

by Dosho Port

"After my death I will come back and haunt over you, checking on your practice." Dainin Katagiri Roshi, one of the greatest pioneers of Zen in America, said this frequently, teasing Dosho Port and his fellow...


A Heart Full of Peace

by Joseph Goldstein & Dalai Lama

Love, compassion, and peace - these words are at the heart of all spiritual endeavors. Although we intuitively resonate with their meaning and value, for most of us, the challenge is how to embody what we know:...


How Much is Enough?: Buddhism, Consumerism, and the Human Environment

by Richard K. Payne

The massive outpouring of consumer products available today might alone lead one to ask "How much is enough?" But at the same time, if we allow ourselves to see the social, political, economic and environmental...


How to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers

by Toni Bernhard & Sylvia Boorstein

This life-affirming, instructive, and thoroughly inspiring book is a must-read for anyone who is - or who might one day be - sick. It can also be the perfect gift of guidance, encouragement, and uplifting inspiration...