Chapter 5

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~ To learn Buddhist logic or philosophy as an academic subject would be a waste of time to any but the professional philosopher, particularly where that philosophy is made available by Western classical scholars steeped as they are in process thinking.  What is suggested is that we rediscover the complementary discipline as a Western discipline, …

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With this approach, all the elements within the situation are allowed to maintain their full concreteness and yet at the same time be juxtaposed to other elements that may well be logically incompatible with them.  The implications that this manifold of elements has are then allowed to find their own expression through the natural wisdom …

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