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Ntialism and Buddhism are all concerned with the same fundamental issues of life and deathand death in lifeIn Lack and Transcendenceoriginally published by Humanities Press in David R Loy brings all three traditions together casting LackKindle new light on each Wri. excellent

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Lack & Transcendence The Problem of Death and Life in Psychotherapy Existentialism and BuddhismTten in clear jargon free style that does not assume prior familiarity this book will appeal to a wide variety of readers including psychotherapists and psychoanalysts scholars of religion Continental philosophers and readers seeking clarity on the Great Matter itsel. David Loy is a great writer

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Summary Lack & Transcendence: The Problem of Death and Life in Psychotherapy, Existentialism, and Buddhism ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ [EPUB] ✰ Lack & Transcendence: The Problem of Death and Life in Psychotherapy, Existentialism, and Buddhism &#Loy draws from giants of Transcendence The PDFEPUB #236 psychotherapy and existentialism fromNietzsche toKierkegaard toSartre to explore the fundamental issues of life death and what motivates usWhatever the differences in their methods and goals psychotherapy existe. To appreciate this book you have to have some background Some of Loy's sentences are so pithy so deep but without some background in philosophy and psychology and even Buddhism you might be lost Take this sentence for example We have seen that existential psychology replaces Freud's sexual reductionism with the fear of death He just summed up a pivot from psychology to the existentialists in one deft stroke Or from the same chapter the Buddhist critiue of ego self suggests that life verus death is not a game the ego plays but that game whose play is the ego There he shifts to the mysticism of Buddhism hinting at an answer to all of human sufferingI cannot say enough about this book but again you have to do some work as the reader It is worthy of study as the man who has written it is offering a lifetime of insight