|Originally posted by Tangil |
Hey thanks Lira! That course looks great, but is probably a bit too expensive for me at the moment.
Not sure it helps but, it's 75% off right now, so you can get it for 30 bucks at the moment.
This looks like one of those interesting new religious strains of thought that have been coming out of South Asia. They're fascinating in their own right but, yeah, if you want a comprehensive description on Asian religions, maybe a broader book like Bradley Hawkins' Asian Religions would also be a good idea.
|Originally posted by DJ RANN |
Lol, this is actually brilliant; a random comes on, with an incredibly random question about learning sources for asian philosophy (on a schranz website of all places) and our mod is actually head of asian studies and is probably one of the best suited people to ever answer said random question.
Gotta love TA.
Haha, reminds me of the day I posted I was going to see Darude here in Brasília, someone jokingly said "tracklist or stfu", and then Darude himself posted the tracks
|Originally posted by Dykes_on_Jay |
I love you LIRA--you could have 20 phds...but fuck the culture.
And I love you too, Jay, but I can't believe you let someone else shoot "Lost in Translation"... that damn film could've been so much more amusing
|Originally posted by wotyzoid |
Lira, I need more samurai books. I'm reading Hagakure.
Hmm... Samurai books? Have you read Musashi yet? It was all the rage around here in Brazil some ten years ago. This is one of the gaps in my knowledge, even though I had to teach about the history of Japan a couple of years ago
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