Dhamma for Social Renewal: A Collection of Talks by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu

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Don Swearer was never ordained at Suan Mokkh, but he is a brilliant scholar
of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu’s life and works. He had even recommended the
revered monk to divide his sermons into series, keep an audio recording of
each and every one of them, and compile and transform them into book form
later. Since Buddhadasa took up Ajarn Don’s suggestion, we now have a
sizeable collection of his works—a real treasure.

A young American who took the ordained name Santikaro then
often served as Buddhadasa’s interpreter. After leaving the monkhood,
Santikaro has become the leading translator of Buddhadasa’s works, especially
for readers in the United States. By comparison, some Western scholars who
claim to be Buddhadasa experts possess only superficial understanding of
him.
Buddhadasa’s works have been translated into many different
languages, including Chinese and Japanese. He is also the subject of numerous
books. To my knowledge, Louis Gabaude of the Ecole française d’Extrême-
Orient has compiled the most complete bibliography of works on or citing
Buddhadasa in various languages.

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14.5 cm
Dhamma for Social Renewal: A Collection of Talks by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu

Translated from the Thai by Donald K Swearer

Foreword by Sulak Sivaraksa

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