(PDF) Reevaluating D.T. Suzuki's Non-dualism | Stefan Grace - ninciclopedia.orgSuzuki was also a prolific translator of Chinese, Japanese, and Sanskrit literature. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in When he became old enough to reflect on his fate in being born into this situation, he began to look for answers in various forms of religion. His naturally sharp and philosophical intellect found difficulty in accepting some of the cosmologies to which he was exposed. Suzuki studied at the University of Tokyo.
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Zen and Japanese Culture Bollingen Series LXIV by Daisetz T. Suzuki on Carpe Diem Fine Books. Zen and Japanese Culture Bollingen Series LXIV by Daisetz.
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Suzuki in Hungarian. Gary Snyder calls D. Suzuki " probably the most culturally significant Japanese person in international terms, in all of history. The precise date Suzuki received this name is unknown. Suzuki Daisetz, my disciple," indicating that the scroll had likely been written before this date. Suzuki's Dharma Lineage […]. Poisoned Pen Letters?