A leading philosopher steeped in the western tradition explores ancient eastern disciplines meditating on what it means to learn to breathe the result is a powerful challenge to discover the relevance of indigenous Asian philosopher to our lives. According to Luce Irizarry yogic tradition can provide a vital link between the present and eternity allowing us to re-examine and re-envision and patriarchal tradition of the West. Lacking personal experience with yoga or the eastern spiritual practices the western philosophers who have tried to address Hindu and Buddhist tracings particularly Schopenhauer have frequently gone astray.
About the Author:
Luce Irigaray a director of research at the centre National de le Recherche Scientifique in Paris is the leading faminist philosopher in france. She has authored over twenty books including speculum of the other woman and this sex which is not one.