Waiting for Gudo: On the possibilities of Anarchist Buddhism

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We’re kicking off a podcast series on Anarchism and Buddhism with “Waiting for Gudo”, an interview with Reed Ingalls, editor of the blog No Selves No Masters, about his research and writing on anarchism and Buddhism, where they connect and where they diverge, and about the possibilities of Anarchist Buddhism. The title of the podcast comes from Reed’s recent article, “Uchiyama Gudo: Buddhist Anarchist and Martyr. Gudo was a Zen priest who wrote about and advocated for anarchist communities and social movements in Japan at the turn of the twentieth century.

Episode 3: Waiting for Gudo: On the possibilities of Anarchist Buddhism.

What follows are the show notes and resources provided by Reed that you can check out.

In the podcast, we start off with our mutual connection to Reed’s hometown in Olympia, Washington; then we go into his research on anarchism and Buddhism, various authors that have…

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