Buddhism. Corporate and Historical. Corporate Zen. Corporate Training Programs Zen and the Postwar Japanese Military. What Is Buddhism?. Buddha Shakyamuni’s Social Consciousness Life of the Buddha The Early Buddhist Sangha and the State King Ashoka – The Ideal Buddhist Ruler?.
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Buddhism Corporate and Historical
Corporate Zen • Corporate Training Programs • Zen and the Postwar Japanese Military
What Is Buddhism? • Buddha Shakyamuni’s Social Consciousness • Life of the Buddha • The Early Buddhist Sangha and the State • King Ashoka – The Ideal Buddhist Ruler?
Buddhism in China • Confucian Critique of Early Buddhism in China • Subordination of Buddhism to the State • Ch’an • Iconoclasm • Preliminary Conclusion
Buddhism in Japan • Prince Shotoku and the Introduction of Buddhism to Japan • The State and Zen Masters Eisai and Dogen • Development of Samurai Zen • Fossilization of Buddhism and Zen
Doctrinal Support for Violence and Warfare as Seen in the Sutras • Karmic Killing • State Protecting Buddhism • Samurai Zen
Osamu Tezuka’s Understanding of Religion • Disillusionment in a fractured cosmos • Quest for the unattainable and the politics of faith • The sacredness of limits but the inevitable cycles of being • History is now and all of those problems • The Triumph of Love –Capitalism or metaphysical insight?