The global spread of Buddhism has given rise to new forms of religious complexity, both in the West and in Asia. This work explores the many manifestations of Buddhist thought and practice in America and elsewhere. It looks at the issues that arise in the translation of Buddhist terms, texts and concepts from one cultural milieu to another.
NALINI BHUSHAN is professor of philosophy at Smith College. JAY GARFIELD is Doris Silbert Professor in the Humanities and professor of philosophy at Smith College. ABRAHAM ZABLOCKI is assistant professor of religious studies at Agnes Scott College.
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