Footnotes on "‘No mind’: A Zen Buddhist perspective on embodied consciousness"

February 07, 2022 00:16:52
Footnotes on "‘No mind’: A Zen Buddhist perspective on embodied consciousness"
Buddhist Studies Footnotes
Footnotes on "‘No mind’: A Zen Buddhist perspective on embodied consciousness"

Feb 07 2022 | 00:16:52

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Frances Garrett Tony Scott

Show Notes

A reading guide by Tony Scott for the article, "‘No mind’: A Zen Buddhist perspective on embodied consciousness" by Aska Sakuta, published in Dance, Movement & Spiritualities, Volume 5, Number 1, 1 July 2018, pp. 119-136(18). This episode of Footnotes was produced by Tony Scott with sound editing by Jesse Whitty. The show’s music is a recording of a religious ceremony featuring the song “Shwe Byone, Ngwe Byone,” performed by Master Kyi Lin Bo and his nat hsaing ensemble from Yangon; it was recorded by Lorenzo Chiarofonte, an ethnomusicologist from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.

The Footnotes series is created at the University of Toronto in Canada with support from ecampus Ontario. Image: Butoh dancer (Creative Commons) by Demipoulpe (free to use for non-commercial use as long as we credit the creator, Demipoulpe)

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