This volume is the English edition of a work originally published in Japan in the early 1900s, offering a social and educational view of the human condition, described in geographic terms.
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Ricardo Diez-Hochleitner and Daisaku Ikeda
In this dialogue Ricardo Diez-Hochlietner, educational reformist, economist and honorary president of the Club of Rome think tank, and Daisaku Ikeda examine the problems facing humankind in today’s global society. Recognizing […]
As a Buddhist and ardent advocate of peace, Ikeda offers fresh insights that connect the philosophy and values of the Buddhist tradition with the legacy and future of the humanist […]
The history of Buddhism during the centuries following the death of its founder, Shakyamuni, is as fascinating and important as it is problematic. Little documentary evidence remains, but it was […]
Illustrated by Peggy Walker
For ages 5-8, this book delightfully opens the door to Nichiren Daishonin’s writings by presenting 18 fun and practical topics about life & Buddhism.