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Dialogues with Death: The Last Days of Socrates and the Buddha

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Dialogues with Death: The Last Days of Socrates and the Buddha

Philosophy East and West , Volume 50 (4) – Jan 10, 2000

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hsevyqi sr hierX ri ve he yp ygei exh ri fhhre wtthew hillon voyol wrymount niversity he tigerD hving tken the young ikkhu fuddhist monk up to roky pleD roken edge over hollow spot inessile to the ikkhusD egn to devour its prey from the feet upwrdsF he pursuing ikkhus sidX qood mnD there is nothing tht n e done y usF he extrordinry spiritul ttinment of ikkhus is to e seen in suh ple s tht in whih you reF99 Ðprom fuddhghos9s ommentryI on the tiptthn utt @wjjhim xiky IHA Å Å ortesD himself dying from the feet upwrdsD would hve understood the monks9 dmonition in the opening pssge oveF sn lto9s version of his mster9s finl hoursD ortes emphsizes the point tht those who truly grsp philosophy pursue the study of nothing else ut dying nd eing ded99 @hedo TRD fF TUeAF sn the ourse of explining this remrkle ssertionD he goes on to develop t gret length n even more remrkle thesisÐremrkleD t ny rteD for one of the founding fthers of the estern philosophil trditionX fter the deth of the odyD the imE mortl soul is reorn ording to the merits of its former

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Published: Jan 10, 2000

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