I'm re-reading "The Foundations of Buddhism" by Rupert Gethin at the moment, a book I came across when I did the Coursera course on Buddhism & Modern Psychology and found really informative. I'm also slowly going through the Majjhima Nikaya, as much of my previous Buddhist reading has been limited to lay-level books and the Dhammapada.
What is everyone else reading? Any recommendations?
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Russell Kirk's Concise Guide to Conservatism
Truth is against the stream of common thought, deep, subtle, difficult, delicate, unseen by passion’s slaves cloaked in the murk of ignorance. Vipassī Buddha
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