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Happy Twentieth! On Anticipations and Other Updates

Happy Twentieth of September! Here are some literary updates: Epicurean Preconceptions, by Voula Tsouna, was published in academia.edu. Below is a quote from it. The word enargeia means immediacy, and denotes the quality of an unmediated insight which requires no … Continue reading

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ERLS: On Generating the Multiple Causes of our own Ataraxia

Our earlier digression into Yoda and the chain of causation may have seemed like a pop-culture-inspired distraction from the Reasonings on the Lotus Sutra, but it perhaps serves as a good prelude to the subject of karma. As you may … Continue reading

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