A koan is a teaching riddle used in the Zen (also known as Ch'an) Buddhist tradition. Probably the most universally recognized example of a koan is: "What is the sound of one hand clapping?", commonly attributed to the Buddhist teacher Hakuin Ekaku.
|This page uses content from Conservapedia. The original article was at Koan. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. Conservapedia grants a non-exclusive license for you to use any of its content (other than images) on this site, with or without attribution. Read more about Conservapedia copyrights.|