‘Parables of the Middle Way’ by Robert M Ellis

‘Parables of the Middle Way’ combines fictionParables of the Middle Way and commentary to provide various imaginative ways into the core themes of Middle Way Philosophy already developed in Robert M Ellis’s other books. The stories are either original, or adapted from a range of sources: philosophical, Buddhist and Christian. They include the story of a ship caught in a strait between two intractably opposed ports, and inside-out version of Plato’s cave, a set of variations on the Good Samaritan suggesting all the other ways of doing good, and the early life of the Buddha transposed to eighteenth century England.

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