Knot: Saturday May 16, 2009
Interpretation, and what makes a classic?Tags: heart sutra, hermeneutics, literature, texts
Not: Thursday February 5, 2009
Thoughts on the Heart Sutra.Tags: buddhism, heart sutra, hermeneutics, meaning, memes
Lies in Which not Everything is False: Wednesday September 10, 2008
Stories – they are nothing but a pack of lies.Tags: heart sutra, journey to the west, kant, literature, stories
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