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BUD501 (Cursos a en línea a tu paso) Mente y su mundo I: Valid Cognition

Online

This course is an introductory exposition of topics drawn from the Pramāna tradition, based on the Clasificaciones de la Mente (Lorik) texto raíz. Students explore the criteria for the validity of cognition, the fourfold classification of direct valid cognition, seeming direct cognition and non-valid cognition. REQUISITO: None TEXTOS REQUERIDOS: Texto raíz: Clasificaciones de la Mente (Lorik), por Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, Nitartha Institute Publications Mente y su mundo I Libro de referencia, Nitartha Institute Publications

$200

BUD502 (SPOC) Clear Thinking

Online

This course is an introductory exposition of knowable objects drawn from the Abhidhama tradition, based on Temas Selectos Texto raíz. Students learn methods for thinking clearly by formulating definitions, examples, equivalents and classifications, and by exploring the four types of logical relationships between two phenomena. REQUISITO: None TEXTOS REQUERIDOS: Texto raíz: Temas Selectos (Düdra), por Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen, Nitartha Institute Publications Clear Thinking Workbook, Nitartha Institute Publications

$200

BUD510 (SPOC) Mente y su mundo II: Modes of Engagement & Mental Events

Online

This course completes the introductory exposition of topics drawn from the Pramāna and Abhidhama traditions, based on the Clasificaciones de la Mente (Lorik) and Temas Selectos (Düdra) textos raíz. It provides students with the tools for delineating conceptual and non-conceptual mind in meditation, known as the essential modes of engagement of mind. This is followed by the exposition of Buddhist psychology — classification of consciousness into primary minds and mental events. Requisito: BUD 501 Textos requeridos: Texto raíz: Clasificaciones de la Mente (Lorik), por Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, Nitartha Institute Publications Texto raíz: Temas Selectos (Düdra), por Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen, Nitartha Institute Publications Mente y su mundo

$200

BUD520 (SPOC) Mind & Its World III: Vaibhashika Philosophical Tradition

Online

This course is an exposition of the Vaibhashika philosophical tradition, based on The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to Fresh Minds root text. Students explore foundational classifications of knowable objects: the five bases, five aggregates, twelve sources and eighteen constituents, followed by the presentation of the Vaibhashika theory of causation from Collected Topics and the twelve links of dependent origination. Requisito: BUD 501 Textos requeridos: Texto raíz: The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to Fresh Minds (Truptha), por Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen and Acharya Kelsang Wangdi, Nitartha Institute Publications Texto raíz: Temas Selectos (Düdra), por Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen, Nitartha Institute Publications Mind

$200

BUD530 (SPOC) Mind & Its World IV: Valid Cognition

Online

This course is an exposition of the Sautrantika philosophical tradition, followed by the presentation of the path and result of foundational Buddhism, based on The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to Fresh Minds root text. Students explore classifications of knowable object into specifically and generally characterized phenomena as well as the Sautrantika’s distinct presentation of the five aggregates. The path consists of calm abiding and superior insight. Requisito: BUD 501 Textos requeridos: Texto raíz: The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to Fresh Minds (Truptha), por Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen and Acharya Kelsang Wangdi, Nitartha Institute Publications Mind & Its World 4 Sourcebook, Nitartha

$200

BUD601 (SPOC) Cittamatra Philosophical Tradition: Appearances Are Mere Mind

Online

This course is an exposition of the Cittamatra philosophical tradition, based on The Mind Only Tenet System root text. Students engage in the philosophical reformulation of experience arising from meditation practice, declaring reasonings that establish objects as not separate from mind. This is followed by the presentation of the true and false aspectarians and the classification of knowable objects into the three natures, as well as the theory of the eight-fold collection of consciousness. Requisito: BUD 501, BUD 510, BUD 520, BUD 530 Textos requeridos: Root text: The Mind Only Tenet System (Semtsam), by Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen, Nitartha Institute Publications Mind Only Tenet System Sourcebook, by Acharya

$200

BUD610 (SPOC) Tradición filosófica Madhyamaka: Ni siquiera un punto medio

Online

Este curso es la presentación de la tradición filosófica del Camino Medio, basado en la primera parte de The Center of the Sunlit Sky, expresado como la base, el camino y el fruto de Madhyamaka. Los estudiantes exploran la clasificación de los objetos conocibles en dos realidades y cultivan la certeza en la visión del vacío de todos los fenómenos, formulando los cinco grandes razonamientos Madhyamaka. Este curso abarca la presentación de la falta de identidad personal: el análisis séptuple del carruaje. Requisito: BUD 501, BUD 510, BUD 520, BUD 530 Textos Requeridos: The Center of the Sunlit Sky: Madhyamaka in the Kagyü Tradition, by Mitra Karl Brunnhölzl,

$200

BUD620 (SPOC) Paths and Bhumis: The Path to Enlightenment

Online

This course is an exposition of the Buddhist path based on The Presentation of Bhumis, Paths & Results in the Treasury of Knowledge root text. Students learn what is necessary for entering and progressing on the path and what the goal of spiritual journey is, through exploring the five paths, the ten bodhisattva bhumis, as well as the result: nirvana, kāyas, wisdoms and enlightened activity. Requisito: BUD 501, BUD 510, BUD 520, BUD 530, BUD601, BUD 610, BUD 630 Textos requeridos: Texto raíz: The Presentation of Bhumis, Paths & Results in the Treasury of Knowledge (Salam), by Jamgön Kongtrül Lodrö Thaye, Nitartha Institute Publications Commentary on The Presentation

$200

BUD630 (SPOC) Buddha Nature: Luminous Heart of the Tathagata

Online

This course is an exposition of the Tathagatagarbha philosophical tradition, based on the The Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra: Fourth Vajra Point root text. Students cultivate certainty in the view of Buddha nature — the essence of awakening present in all beings. The Fourth Vajra Point of the Uttaratantra establishes Buddha nature through three reasonings, its ten aspects, nine analogies and five reasons why it is necessary to teach it. Requisito: BUD 501, BUD 510, BUD 520, BUD 530 Textos requeridos: Root Text: The Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra: Fourth Vajra Point, by Jamgön Kongtrül Lodrö Thaye, Nitartha Institute Publications Commentary on the Fourth Vajra Point in the Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra, by

$200
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