Emptiness and Becoming Integrating Madhyamika Buddhism and Process Philosophy 1st Published
by Peter Paul Kakol
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|Pages:||pp. xxiv + 423, Index, Biblio., Acknowledgement
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The Book presents a detailed comparison of process philosophy and Madhyamika Buddhism, analyzing the similarities and differences between the two. It attempts a creative integration between the two and introduces a new philosophy, Process Buddhism. Process thought underscores the view that reality is a cumulative process of perspectival and experiential events. Peter Kakol's work, in a remarkable foray into this area of philosophy, shows that the Madhyamika teaching, which essentially stresses the "emptiness of emptiness," and process theory of world views are not incompatible with each other but are rather complementary aspects of the same theory.
In this meticulous work where the analysis involves careful exposition of both sides, Kakol notes that the fundamental compatibility between them is that both views become contradictory if seen as independent and so must be constantly transcended in a process of gradual purification and de-reification (or nominalisation). Kakol reveals an ability to situate process philosophy and Madhyamika Buddhism in the Context of larger movements, both in their times of origin and now. He examines the views of not just Buddhist scholars and process philosophers but a range of social and political thought too.
The work will fascinate scholars and students of Process Philosophy and Madhyamika Buddhism.
J. Peter Kakol (b. 1967) lived in Geelone, a city in the Australian state of Victoria. Raised a Catholic, he began early to question his faith, and this led to an interest in philosophy and world religions.
Christianity and Buddhism were the traditions which most fascinated him. But the only Religion in which he could truly believe was one of his own creation. Hence he began to develop a blend of process thought and Buddhism. This culminated in his doctoral dissertation at Deakin University.
A year before his death from cancer, in 2002, Peter Kakol completed his PhD. Preamble : Purushottama Bilimoria
Foreword/Robert C. Neville
Preamble : Process Philosophy to Process Buddhism/Purushottama Bilimoria
II. SURVEY AND DISCUSSION :
1. Review of Relevant
2. Literature Discussion
III. PROCESS PHILOSOPHY :
1. A Brief History of Categories
2. Hartshorne's Creative Synthesis of the Categories
3. The Dual Transcendence of the Divine
4. Process thought and Post-modernism
IV. MADHYAMIKA PHILOSOPHY :
1. Introductory Exposition of Madhyamika Philosophy
2. Eastern and Western Interpretations of Madhyamika
3. Some Comparisons of Madhyamika with Western Philosophies
V. THE PROCESS CRITIQUE OF MADHYAMIKA :
1. Non-process Critiques of Madhyamika
2. Process Philosophy's Response to Madhyamil
3. Analysis and Response to these Critiques
VI. THE MADHYAMIKA CRITIQUE OF PROCESS PHILOSOPHY :
1. Eternal Objects, Metaphysics, and God
2. Deconstruction of the Categories
3. Actual Occasions and Dharmas
4. The two Becomings
5. Some Remaining Issues
VII. CREATIVE EMPTINESS AND THE EMPTY GOD :
1. Creativity in Process Philosophy
2. Emptiness in Madhyamika
3. A Theory of Creative Emptiness
4. God and Creative Emptiness : Same or Different?
5. The Status of God
VIII. INTEGRATING MADHYAMIKA AND PROCESS THOUGHT :
1. The two Ultimate and the two Truths
2. The Trinity and Beyond
3. Deconstruction and Diagonalization
4. The Two Immanent Transcendentals
5. A Logical Framework Integrating Process Semar and Negative Dialectics
IX. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS : DIALOGUE AND WORLD-VIEWS :
1. Madhyamika-process Dialogue and a General Theory of Dialogue
2. A General Theory of World-views Based on Process Buddhism
X. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS : ETHICS AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT :
1. Liberating Praxis or Ideology?
2. A Process Buddhist Ethics
3. A Socially Engaged Process Buddhism