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Truth on the Edge: A Brief Western Philosophy of the Middle Way

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Truth on the Edge is an introduction to a new philosophy of objectivity, inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way but worked out in entirely Western terms.

Robert M. Ellis's philosophy of the Middle Way was originally developed as a Ph.D. thesis, A Theory of Moral Objectivity, but this book is intended as a more accessible introduction to this philosophy.

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Published May 11th 2011 by
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Robert M Ellis is the founder of the Middle Way Society, which is devoted to developing the theory and practice of the Middle Way beyond the limitations of the Buddhist tradition. He has a PhD in Philosophy which formed the starting point of his work in developing Middle Way thought as an innovative practical philosophy drawing on various aspects of modern thought. His approach is described by Iai ...more
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