The Social Dimension of Shin Buddhism. Ugo Dessi, Editor. Leiden: Brill, 2010, 286 pages; ISBN 978-90-04-18653-8 (Cloth), $153.00.
Reviewed by Glenn R. Willis
March 20th, 2013
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James Mark Shields, "Liberation as Revolutionary Praxis: Rethinking Buddhist Materialism"
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