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Based on an examination of early discourses found in the Buddhist Pali Canon, this class explored the question: "What did the Buddha teach that was distinctively and originally his own?" By differentiating the Buddha's Dhamma from the ideas of Indian religion and metaphysics that prevailed at his time this class sought to uncover a clearer sense of the Buddha's message and then considered what relevance it still has for people living in the modern world. The day was divided between talks, sitting meditation and discussion.

Stephen Batchelor was a Buddhist monk in the Tibetan and Korean Zen traditions. Known for his secular and agnostic approach, he teaches Buddhist meditation and philosophy worldwide. Author of the bestselling Buddhism without Beliefs, his most recent publication is Confession of a Buddhist Atheist.


Deconstructing Buddhism (Part 1) Stephen Batchelor 2010-03-20 1:23:36
Deconstructing Buddhism (Part 2) Stephen Batchelor 2010-03-20 34:26
Deconstructing Buddhism (Part 3) Stephen Batchelor 2010-03-20 1:30:58
Deconstructing Buddhism (Part 4) Stephen Batchelor 2010-03-20 39:05

 

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