• by Alan Watts
  • Narrated by Alan Watts
  • 3 hrs and 9 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Alan Watts discusses the word tathata, which is translated from the Sanskrit as "suchness" or "thusness." The term is used in Mahayana Buddhism to suggest how things look to a Buddha, to one who has experienced enlightenment or liberation and is, therefore, called a Tathagata - one who comes (and goes) thus. Watts shares the sense of this nonsense in Buddhist philosophy, and its practical demonstration in Zen.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-2014
  • Publisher: BetterListen