Bob Cooperman (et. al.) Reading…

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison April 22, 2009 at 1:26 pm .

    Logic is limited and overrated. You’re free to reject that proposition, but I think it’s fainthearted to do so. Loy’s point—he spends many pages developing his argument, so I may have misrepresented it by cutting it so short—is that Derrida <I>doesn’t go far enough</I> in pursuing the implications of his own thinking. Zen doesn’t pull back. But one doesn’t have to embrace Zen. I can’t think of a

  2. P.F.S. Post
    P.F.S. Post April 19, 2009 at 9:02 pm .

    Joseph; This is a belated response to your dialogue with J.E. Jacobson, pursuant to my Buddhism/Derrida dialogue with him. I enjoyed your discourse very much, but it begged a few salient questions. I think that you fundamentally misunderstand Derrida. Here’s part of the David Loy argument you "inscribed": "we have the nondualist example of a Zen master who plays with language…because he is not

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