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THE MEANING OF LIFE Buddhist Perspectives on Cause and Effect

by | Read by Ken McLeod

Philosophy & Religion • 3 hrs. • Abridged • © 2000

This captivating but often confusing program features the philosophical thinking of one of our greatest spiritual leaders. More esoteric than THE ART OF HAPPINESS, this title delves into aspects of metaphysical causation that will be hard to follow if you are not familiar with the Buddhist concept of determination. Buddhists reject the Western notion of dependence on physical resources, a rejection that will be a challenge for traditionally educated Americans. While the program’s language can be comprehended by people of all philosophical persuasions, the abridgment is confusing. But by the end of the program most people will feel they’ve been listening to something powerful and will want to hear it again anyway. T.W. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC/ JAN 02]

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Formats

Trade Ed. • Macmillan Audio • 2001

CS ISBN 9781559276481 $17.95 • Two cassettes

CD ISBN 9781427205643 $19.95 • Three CDs

DD ISBN multiple sources

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