Table of contents for Hooked! : Buddhist writings on greed, desire, and the urge to consume / edited by Stephanie Kaza.

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Introduction								 
Part One: Getting Hooked: Attachment and Desire			
1. Desire, Delusion, and DVDs ? Joseph Goldstein
2. How We Get Hooked, How We Get Unhooked ? Pema Chödrön
3. The Inner Pursuit of Happiness	? Ruben Habito
4. Young Buddhists in Shopping Shangri-La ? Sumi Loundon
5. Marketing the Dharma ? Thubten Chödrön
6. You are What you Download ? Diana Winston
Part Two: Practicing with Desire: Using Buddhist tools			
7. Cultivating the Wisdom Gaze ? Judith Simmer-Brown
8. No River Bigger than Tanha ? Pracha Hutanawatr and Jane Rasbash
9. Taming the "I Want" Mind	 ? 	Sunyana Graef
10. Penetrating the Tangle	? Stephanie Kaza
11. Form and Elegance with Just Enough ? Rita Gross
12. Consuming Time	 ? David Loy and Linda Goodhew
Part Three: Buddhist Ethics of Consumption				
13. Three Robes is Enough	 ? Ajahn Amaro
14. Practicing Generosity in a Consumer World ? Santikaro Bhikkhu
15. Wash Your Bowls	 ? Norman Fischer
16. Green Power in Contemporary Japan ? Duncan Williams
17. Mutual Correction ? David Chappell
Notes
Bibliography
Contributors								

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Desire -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism.
Buddhism -- Doctrines.