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Vom Meister, der keiner sein wollte - Über die Sitzmeditation Zazen (German)

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German Description (English below)
Gast: Alexander Poraj

Geht der Meister des Zazen auf die Strasse und belehrt seine jünger? Was ist überhaupt ein Meister des Zazen, dieser buddhistischen Sitzmeditation? Laut Alexander Poraj ist man nicht dauerhaft Meister wie man bspw. Bäckermeister ist, nachdem man seinen Meisterbrief bekommen hat. Denn weder die Wirklichkeit noch wir Menschen sind statisch. Die durch Zazen vermittelte Einsicht in die Wirklichkeit muss also immer wieder erarbeitet werden, auch, wenn diese Einsicht in einem bestimmten Sinne gar nicht das Ziel des Zazen sei.
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English Description
Guest: Alexander Poraj
Does the master of Zazen go out into the street and teach his disciples? What is a master of Zazen, this Buddhist sitting meditation, anyway? According to Alexander Poraj, one is not a permanent master in the same way that, for example, one is a master baker after receiving one's master's certificate. Because neither reality nor we humans are static. The insight into reality conveyed by zazen must therefore be worked on again and again, even if this insight is not the goal of zazen in a certain sense.
You can find the German and the English transcript on our homepage: www.metis.ethz.ch. There we also provide further material on the topic.
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This podcast was produced by Martin Münnich with the support of ETH Zurich and the Udo Keller Foundation, Forum Humanum in Hamburg.

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German Description (English below)
Gast: Alexander Poraj

Geht der Meister des Zazen auf die Strasse und belehrt seine jünger? Was ist überhaupt ein Meister des Zazen, dieser buddhistischen Sitzmeditation? Laut Alexander Poraj ist man nicht dauerhaft Meister wie man bspw. Bäckermeister ist, nachdem man seinen Meisterbrief bekommen hat. Denn weder die Wirklichkeit noch wir Menschen sind statisch. Die durch Zazen vermittelte Einsicht in die Wirklichkeit muss also immer wieder erarbeitet werden, auch, wenn diese Einsicht in einem bestimmten Sinne gar nicht das Ziel des Zazen sei.
Folgt dem philosophischen Tagebuch unserer Metis auf Instagram!
Schreiben Sie uns eine Mail mit Fragen und Kommentaren an: metis@phil.gess.ethz.ch
Dieser Podcast wurde produziert von Martin Münnich mit Unterstützung der ETH Zürich und der Udo-Keller-Stiftung, Forum Humanum in Hamburg.
English Description
Guest: Alexander Poraj
Does the master of Zazen go out into the street and teach his disciples? What is a master of Zazen, this Buddhist sitting meditation, anyway? According to Alexander Poraj, one is not a permanent master in the same way that, for example, one is a master baker after receiving one's master's certificate. Because neither reality nor we humans are static. The insight into reality conveyed by zazen must therefore be worked on again and again, even if this insight is not the goal of zazen in a certain sense.
You can find the German and the English transcript on our homepage: www.metis.ethz.ch. There we also provide further material on the topic.
Follow the philosophical diary of our Metis on Instagram!
Send us an email with questions and comments to: metis@phil.gess.ethz.ch.
This podcast was produced by Martin Münnich with the support of ETH Zurich and the Udo Keller Foundation, Forum Humanum in Hamburg.

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