Zen and Wittgenstein

I’m writing now as
if I know what I’m doing.
As if that’s enough.
With little effort, I might add
the odd oblique comment.

What I mean I’m not
saying, of course; nor is it
possible to speak
under such circumstances.
And so … silence … emptiness.


See Wittgenstein and Zen Buddhism: Hudson, H. 1973 [copyright 1973 by University of Hawaii Press]. Philosophy East & West, V. 23 (1973), [pp 471-481] Hawaii, USA: University of Hawaii Press


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