In reply to Hominh and Nguyen, I argue that “creolizing” methods in the study and practice of Buddhism should not be opposed to historicist and contextualist modes of investigation and understanding. Rather, historicism and contextualism can and should inform creolizing approaches.
"Creolizing Modern Buddhism: A Reply to Yarran Hominh & A. Minh Nguyen,"
Comparative Philosophy: Vol. 13
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/comparativephilosophy/vol13/iss1/11