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By Robert Miller

This booklet presents an summary of the Buddhist shunyata precept (the inherent vacancy of all phenomena), and offers a Western philosophical base in which to logically help its integration into the western mind-set. Buddhim and Western philosophy are strangely suitable. Buddhist Existentialism outlines the impression of existentialists, comparable to Nietzsche and Kierkegaard, and introduces us to the guidelines of the Madhyamaka tuition of Buddhist thought.

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