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BUD502 Clear Thinking

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BUD502 CLEAR THINKING SE OFRECERÁ EN OTOÑO 2021, PERO EL HORARIO EXACTO DE OTOÑO PARA ESTE CURSO SE DETERMINARÁ DESPUÉS DEL PROGRAMA DE VERANO. 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. IMPARTIDO POR: Dr. Phil Stanley REQUISITO: None TEXTOS REQUERIDOS: Texto raíz: Temas Selectos (Düdra), por Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen, Nitartha Institute Publications Clear Thinking Workbook, Nitartha Institute Publications

$200

BUD701 Madhyamakāvatāra II con DPR (1998), Parte III

Online

This course is a continuation of the in-depth study of Chandrakīrti’s Madhyamakāvatāra based on the commentary by the Eight Karmapa, Mikyö Dorje (1507-1554). Impartido por: Dr. Phil Stanley Dates & Time: Saturdays, August 28–November 13, 2021, 10:00-11:00a MT Requisito: It is very helpful to have studied the Foundation and Intermediate Curricula of Nitartha Institute before taking this course. Having taken BUD700 on Madhyamakāvatāra chapters 1-5 and BUD701 on chapter 6, verses 1-23, is not required, though also beneficial. This course can be taken for Nitartha Institute credit as well as for non-credit. If taken for credit, completion of the Foundation and Intermediate Nitartha curriculum is a prerequisite. Textos

$200

BUD520 Mente y su mundo III: Vaibhashika Philosophical Tradition

Online

MW3 SE OFRECERÁ EN OTOÑO 2021, PERO EL HORARIO EXACTO DE OTOÑO PARA ESTE CURSO SE DETERMINARÁ DESPUÉS DEL PROGRAMA DE VERANO. This course is an exposition of the Vaibhashika philosophical tradition, based on The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to Fresh Minds root text. Los estudiantes exploran la clasificación del nivel fundacional de los objetos conocibles: las cinco bases, los cinco agregados, los doce campos sensoriales, y los dieciocho componentes; seguido por la presentación de la teoría Vaibhāśika sobre la causalidad en <i>Temas Selectos</i>, y los doce eslabones de la originación dependiente. Requisito: BUD501 Textos requeridos: Texto raíz: The Gateway that Reveals the Philosophical Traditions to

$200
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