Alan Watts, who died in 1974, held both a master's degree in theology and a
doctorate of divinity, and was best known as an interpreter of Zen Buddhism
in particular, and of Indian and Chinese philosophy in general. He was the
author of many books on the philosophy and psychology of religion, which
include The Way of Zen, The Supreme Identity, The Joyous Cosmology,
Beyond Theology, Nature, Man and Woman, Cloud-Hidden, Whereabouts
Unknown and In My Own Way: An Autobiography.
© 1966 by Alan Watts
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