A crucial determinant of our times are not only phenomena of globalisation and “informatologisation”. In nuce, in the dimension of spiritual existence our time has entered nexuality of the third millennia spirituality components, ex fundamentis terramorfing  earthly existence in the context of spiritual evolution/involution and preparation of Devine life on the Earth.

Spiritual components occur, interms of development, through multicomplexification of planetarisation, processes which manifest through polylogisation (multi-voicing/poly-voicing) of spiritual traditions, religions, philosophies, cultures in their perennial heritage/values. Planetarisation as polylogisation is a basic feature of our times, complementing and concordant with material/mundane processes of globalisation.

Polymodality of polylogisation, as a spiritual matrix of the third millennia, represents a framework where suppositions of supramentalisation of the Earth, as the next stage in spiritual evolution/involution of earthly existence, begin to emerge.

Modes of philosophical, religious and cultural openness and ambiguities of all discourses of contrasts/comparisons, of all ecumenical and other participations and utopisations – they all find their place within polylogisation. And every theoretical ex course into a certain area strives for the reality of polylogy. So does this immensely important work by Ksenija Premur, articulating issues and problems of the Zen-Buddhism.

Zen-Buddhism is the crown, the very peak of the development of Buddhist traditions, an inner telos of totality of Buddhist experiences and values.

We can track down historically developmental stages as well, we can conceptualise features of those traditions in philosophical and theoretical terms, we can, ad finitum, rely on comparison/contrasting just as we do with any other tradition. The work by Ksenija Premur deserves the highest regards and duly respect from the readers by its expert articulation and the presentation of the important.