Thursday, May 5, 2011

On Buddhism

I just finished listening to audiobook History Of Western Philosophy written by Bertrand Russel. It was kinda long...

And I found it very interesting how inferior (at least logically, which can be easily judged) all of these trends are compared to Buddhism. And even philosophers exposed to Buddhism (Schopenhauer, Nietche, Hegel, etc) seem to totally misunderstand it. I know it's not an easy matter, but c'mon, these guys were supposed to be the brightest minds of their time. So where does this problem arise from? Lack of teacher? Lack of practice?

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