This chapter examines what Dōgen calls “Buddha's truth.” It considers four chapters in the Shōbōgenzō addressing the notion of truth: “Raihai-tokuzui,” “Busshō,” “Dōtoku,” and “Kattō.” The chapter also considers what Dōgen says about buddha-nature, “expressing the truth” in relation to the self-development of logos, and how the truth constantly manifests itself in self-cultivation and strenuous zazen.
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