Buddhist Science: View on Phenomenon

Based on the Tibetan Buddhist discipline of dudra (the collected topics), the 11-session class is centered on the Buddhist analysis of the nature of objective reality and the mind.

Dudra functions as an analytical tool the student uses for dealing with the main four philosophical subjects. It comprises teaching in the principles of logic, rhetorical argumentation, techniques, specific phrasing and terminology, which are employed in the Tibetan monastic university debates.

 

Languages: English
Taught by Geshe Lobsang Yonten

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