The Story of Chinese Zen begins with the premise that the climate
during Shakyamuni's founding of Buddhism in India ultimately
influenced the differences behind Hinayana and Mahayana thought,
practice, and methods of seeking realization. From there -
beginning with its transmission to China - Master Nan outlines the
Zen School, exploring influences on the development of Zen before
the early T'ang dynasty, different means of studying Zen and
pursuing the heart and goal of Zen. He explores the relationship
between Zen and neo-Confucianism and the inseparability of religion
and Zen from Chinese literature and philosophy, especially Taoism.
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