Fluidity and Thought: Tuesday January 6, 2009
The snagging of thoughtsTags: attention, bruner, buddhism, philosophy, serres
Not seeing the trees for the wood...: Thursday July 5, 2007
Attention, meditation and some tasty chocolate muffins.Tags: attention, meditation, metta
What Attention Lays Bare: Sunday May 27, 2007
Husserl, meditation and the quest for certainty.Tags: attention, buddhism, husserl, meditation, phenomenology, zen
The Woal of It: Friday December 8, 2006
Hiedegger, Riddley Walker, and how to make friends with your own head.Tags: attention, buddhism, heidegger, meditation, russell hoban
Muddling Through: Wednesday May 10, 2006
Gary Snyder, attentiveness and knowledgeTags: attention, buddhism, gary snyder, metta, poetry
Walking/Meditation: Friday April 28, 2006
Wallace Stevens, Rebecca Solnit, Korean Zen, walking and meditation.Tags: attention, korea, meditation, walking, wallace stevens, zen
Buddhism and Philosophy Part IV - Practices of Attention: Friday December 30, 2005
Philosophy, language and the practice of attention.Tags: attention, buddhism, language, meditation, philosophy, serres, zen
Buddhism and Philosophy Part III - Practices of Wisdom and Love: Friday December 16, 2005
Philosophy: the love of wisdom… or the wisdom of love???Tags: attention, buddhism, compassion, philosophy, serres, wisdom
Buddhism and Philosophy Part I: Friday December 2, 2005
What has philosophy got to do with Buddhism? Practice, that is what!Tags: attention, buddhism, levinas, philosophy, practice, talmud
Findings.: Thursday August 25, 2005
Kathleen Jamie’s book Findings – a hymn to the virtues of attentiveness.Tags: attention, kathleen jamie, shantideva
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