Eastern philosophy has a rich history dating back to at least 3,000 BC, with its sources primarily in Asia, especially India and China.
This book examines the five best-known Eastern worldviews: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Zen. It discusses their main characteristics and considers the purpose of each philosophy.
Eastern philosophy differs greatly from Western philosophy. In a general sense, it can be said that Eastern philosophy focuses mainly on reality, while Western philosophy centers around truth.
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72 pages – Rights: World (Excl. Dutch)
Dutch author Marc Jikan Brookhuis has written several books on zen, mindfulness and Eastern philosophy.
He works as a zenteacher in The Netherlands and gives many courses like Zen & Archery and Zen & Mindfulness.