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The oneness of time and being: explore the Zen philosophy of Eihei Dogen

Life is not coming, not going, not present, not becoming. … life is the manifestation of the whole works, death is the manifestation of the whole works.” — Dogen   04 — 11 June ‘22

Religion and nothingness: the Kyoto School

Thinking of God as ‘Absolute’ and as ‘Nothing’ is key to the inter-faith dialogue of Zen Buddhism and Christian theology promoted by Kyoto School thinkers Nishida and Nishitani. In what sense is God ‘Nothing’? 07 — 28 July ‘22

Heraclitus and the Philosophy of Change

“The world, the same for all, neither any god nor any man made; but it was always and is and will be, fire ever-living, kindling in measures and being extinguished in measures …” — Heraclitus 30 July ‘22