Library P300

Reference Library For Study And Application
By Kevin A. Sensenig

2020 August 22 -- 2020 November 15


These are references and resources that I've found invaluable.  Each individual will have their own.  There are many standpoints, and I've found these to be tremendously beneficial and helpful.  The resonance of study and enaction and no-thing perception, solitude and society, the spatial and the noumenal, and the relative and absolute actual fact, noticing, mind, and projection.

Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus by Ludwig Wittgenstein (Routledge Edition, or Cheron Academic Press, Introduction by Bertrand Russell)
Philosophy Of Right by G. W. F. Hegel (Dover Philosophical Classics)
The Basic Works Of Aristotle edited by McKeon

Shobogenzo by Dogen translated by Nishijima and Cross (available on
See the essays Maka Hannya Haramitsu and Zenki
The Gateless Barrier: Zen Comments On The Mumonkan by Shibayama
The Lankavatara Sutra translated by D. T. Suzuki.  There is a version translated by Red Pine also. 
The version by D. T. Suzuki is available online and at or other bookstores, as is Red Pine's.
The Diamond Sutra And The Sutra Of Hui-neng translated by A. F. Price and Wong Mou-lam.
There is a version of The Diamond Sutra translated by Red Pine also.
The Diamond Sutra translated and commentary by Red Pine.
The Flower Ornament Scripture: A Translation Of The Avatamsaka Sutra translated by Thomas Cleary

Not Always So by Shunryu Suzuki
The Logic Of Faith: A Buddhist Approach To Finding Certainty Beyond Belief And Doubt by Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel

Buddhist Meditation: Tranquility, Imagination, And Insight by Kamalashila

My Zen Writings (Some Observations) by Kevin A. Sensenig

The Book Of Rinzai: The Recorded Sayings Of Zen Master Rinzai (Linji) translated by Eido Shimano

Mvo-p by Kevin A. Sensenig, Mental View And Orientation, And Philosophy, Spirituality, Perspective, Perception, Person, Projection, World-Space, Universe, The Actual, And Prajna.

The Buddha's Teaching On Social And Communal Harmony: An Anthology Of Discourses From The Pali Canon edited and introduced by Bhikkhu Bodhi

Six Theories Of Justice: Perspectives From Philosophical And Theological Ethics by Karen Lebacqz

The Holy Bible (perhaps the New King James Version)

The Hebrew Greek Key Word Study Bible (NKJV)

The Koran

The Holy Qu'ran
translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali

Other sources and resources, many other

Prayer, Worship, Meditation, The Everyday, And Just This World; And Actual Realities And World-Spaces

Mathematics, Science

Euclid's Elements: All Thirteen Books In One Volume (Green Lion Press)
The Foundations Of Geometry And The Non-Euclidean Plane by George E. Martin
Euclid's Elements: Thirteen Books In One Volume
Classical Geometry: Euclidean, Transformational, Inversive, And Projective by I. E. Leonard, J. E. Lewis, A. C. F. Liu, G. W. Tokarsky
Analytical Mechanics by Fowles
No Ordinary Genius: The Illustrated Richard Feynman by Richard Feynman edited by Christopher Sykes
Mathematical Gems by Ross Honsberger, Dolciani Mathematical Expositions

Quanta Magazine

Information, Display, And Flatland

Envisioning Information by Edward Tufte
The Visual Display Of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte
Beautiful Evidence by Edward Tufte
Edward Tufte Website

The Mind, Agency Models, And Resources

The Society Of Mind by Marvin Minsky
The Emotion Machine: Common Sense Thinking, Artificial Intelligence, And The Future Of The Human Mind by Marvin Minsky
Inventive Minds: Marvin Minsky On Education by Marvin Minsky and others, edited by Cynthia Solomon and Xiao Xiao

The American Indian Mind In A Linear World by Daniel Fixico

The Nation (State, People, Theory, Praxis)

Common Sense by Thomas Paine
The Declaration Of Independence And The United States Constitution
The Communist Manifesto by Marx And Engels foreword by Marshall Berman, Penguin Classics
George Lukacs's Philosophy Of Praxis: From Neo-Kantianism To Marxism    by Kontantinos Kavoulakos
Joseph Stalin: A Short Biography by G. F. Alexandrov, et. al.  (University Press Of The Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii)

I have my own ideas and developing framework, with significant principles and specifics in place.  I draw from a number of sources, and develop a sort of Middle Way idea, using the original thought-type of Thomas Paine, consistent with some of the type of critical thought that Marx and Engels bring, but consistent with Zen Buddhism and what I feel are key American values.  There is significant strength to the United States Constitution, and it can be deepened and extended.  Words like Free, Person, People, States, Right, and Rights are key.  Nation, Republican Form Of Government, Republics, Regions And Types Of Thought, Geography, And Life.  Resource, Entity, Structure, Fluidity, Flexi, Block, No-Thing Object, Layer, Arrows.  Responsibility, Kutas, Kusala, All Functions, Action, Equilibrium, Quietude, Transcendent, Universal.


From George Lukacs's Philosophy Of Praxis by Kontantinos Kavoulakos, there might be tremendously useful material that one can cite, work with, develop, or reformulate.  I've glanced at pages 110 and 182 (later in his developing and evolving theories, "Proletarian subjectification as a corollary of a natural principle"), and there's already significant potential, to my mind.  For instance, 'the individual or person's subjective experience', 'duration', 'interval', 'represented as', 'mapped as', 'mapped to', 'as-', 'of-', and perhaps 'to what-'.

I will pursue this, and see what comes of it.  It's already quite etched and dimension, with profound implications.

In Philosophy Of Right, Section 153, Hegel writes, "In that individuals belong to the ethical and social fabric they have a right to determine themselves subjectively and freely.  Assurance of their freedom has its truth in the objectivity of ethical observance, in which they realize their own peculiar being and inner universality (s147)."  This might be a profound statement for American thought.

Mvo-p has material for the individual, the family and tribe, society, and the state.  The mvo-p idea, resource, and premise is for just about anyone who wants to reference, study, or reflect on it, and those who can benefit from it.  It also has insight, observations, and theory on a 250-year-old theory and praxis called psychiatry, and other resources and ideas; its types, the field, and its evident, that can be reviewed in light of thought and practice, theory and praxis, philosophical and religious, culture, the universal, and the everyday, both ancient and modern.

Political Ideas, In The United States

Black Lives Matter Global Network Partners with BET House Party to Speak with Deepak Chopra, M.D.

... Profound dialogue.
Black Lives Matter: Now, We Transform
... An astonishing video of positivity and activism.

Tea Party Patriots
... Ideas from that side, and their concerns must be appreciated, or answered, or redefined, or explicated, in realistic terms that answers; and certain principles acknowledged, and dimension thought pursued.  They are doing the right thing in the way they are discussing, sharing, and presenting material.

nxmvc has more, in the political sense, on recent current specific ideas, and Representative Federalism, and more, from my perspective.

My own paper

Black Lives Matter 2020!  Enthusiasm For The Dallas Restaurant Theory And Praxis, Informational Review And Visualization And Other Annotations

In Support Of Freedom America

I See A Way Out.  A YouTube Video, Online.  Trump's T-Note: "Thank you, I will never let you down!"


'Unfolding combinatorial and principle interconnected relational perceptual-memes and action-memes and logic-memes and mind-memes and agency-memes and referential-memes and resource-memes and evident-memes and relational-memes and world-space memes and s[o]-memes and of- -memes'
... This is my own term for a depth understanding and view from one of Minsky's ideas (in prose, description, and diagram) in The Society Of Mind.
... One can use this, or use this and wake-state the Zen mind, penetrating the domain the non-dual and no-thing objects, the nondiscriminating mind, free of what one might encounter as a collision of and attachment to reified objectified that are a one-sided, dilemma-causing view.  One steps completely from this, and realizes dimension, and deeply dynamic, participant activity, present-moment awareness, or just-so-and-unfolding.
... Japanese word meaning 'the space between'
... akin to Buddhist no-thing

The geometric and the combinatorial.

Meaning and thought-points, no-thing objects of mind, the world seen as Mind-only.

Pratityasamutpada, Prajna, The Three Times, The External World, The Present Moment, The Existent World And Its Reality, Just This World And As- , The Six Paramitas, The Evident, Nondual, Wake-Statedness, Suchness, The Tathagata.

God, The Evident, And Allah.


The mind, one's view, thoughts, and understanding, this world, the real world, the interpersonal, the societal, the existential, the material, and the social-relational can be tricky or straightforward; or ever-present moment and evident-participatory.  May each person find a way to work with themselves and we-and-the-world in a depth and participant and wisdom and reflective and so forth way, and strengthen that in others, with right awareness, right-mindedness, and in solitude, and with the interpersonal, societal, world-space, and existential.


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Copyright 2020 Kevin A. Sensenig.