Here, in the ‘Thinking Space,’ I’ll write about how we can helpfully think about ourselves as humans-in-process. The main two sources for this thinking are Early Buddhism and Eugene Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Implicit. In the other main section, the ‘Practice Space,’ I’ll talk about the application of these practices, and how to ground out thinking in our actual on-going living. The history of Buddhist philosophy is no less plagued by division and lostness than Western philosophy has been; so, how will we ground our thinking?

Of course, the categories of practice and thinking, or meditation and philosophy, are inseparable, and so the sections won’t be quite as neat as I’m making them sound.