MPH: Philosophy of Value 1 - Kihin and the Oriental Concept of Value

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The Philosophy of Value: A 5-Part Seminar by Manly P. Hall
1: Kihin and the Oriental Concept of Value

*Restored from original master tapes*

The artist mentioned several times in this lecture is Sesshu Toyo. Also, Hokusai is mentioned by Hall, whose large ocean wave and Mount Fuji woodblocks are familiar to many.

The philosophy of value is based upon certain teachings of the early Zen masters. They sought to interpret everything in the universe in terms of meaning, thus providing the ultimate pattern for personal conduct.

Nov. 15, 1961
1. Kihin and the Oriental Concept of Value (This one)

Nov. 22, 1961
2. Things and Objects of Value

Nov. 29, 1961
3. The Ageless Quest for Value

Dec. 6, 1961
4. Taking Hold Upon Value

Dec. 13, 1961
5. Living in the Light of Value

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