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western zen watts suzuki

The Anglican priest, Alan Watts, wrote books which translated the Zen viewpoint into Western terms, while D. T. Suzuki, a Japanese philosopher, was interpreting Zen from traditional sources, and the Japanese psychiatrist, Akahisha Morita, was adapting Zen for the treatment of neurotic patients.

Maupin 1998

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