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Dogen Kigen

(1200—1253)


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(1200–53)

The founder of the Japanese Sōtō school of Zen Buddhism. Dōgen was a poet as well as a philosopher, and has been interpreted as a panpsychist. He understands all things as already in a state of enlightenment, and developed sophisticated views of time and consciousness.

Subjects: Buddhism.


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