Great Minds 14, Nagarjuna and Vasubandhu

Great Minds 14, Nagarjuna and Vasubandhu

A brief introduction to the thought of two of the leading thinkers in the Buddhist tradition.

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Great Minds 4, The Buddha

Great Minds 4, The Buddha

The first of a series of lectures on great Buddhist teachers begins with the Buddha himself.

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The Scientific Buddha 4, The Future of the Past

The last in a series of four lectures by Prof. Donald Lopez looking at the prospects for relations between Buddhism and science.

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The Scientific Buddha 3, The Problem With Karma

The third in a series of four lectures by Prof. Donald Lopez looking at the doctrine of Karma and its relation to evolution.

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The Scientific Buddha 2, Building a Better Buddha

The second in a series of four lectures by Prof. Donald Lopez looking at the emergence of the idea of the scientific Buddha in the mid 19th c. Europe, and its persistence ever since.

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The Scientific Buddha 1, A Purified Religion

The first in a series of four lectures by Prof. Donald Lopez looking at the emergence of the idea of the scientific Buddha in the mid 19th c. Europe, and its persistence ever since.

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Towards a Sustainable Lumbini

This is a short UNESCO film about the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and the efforts being made to conserve and develop the area.

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Eternal Ancestors – Buddha’s Relics

Lecture at the Metropolitan Museum in New York about the importance of reliquaries in Buddhist culture

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Virginia Peck’s Buddha Head Paintings

Here are some wonderful paintings by Virginia Peck of Buddha Heads. I am always happy to see artists reimagine the forms of the past, which shows that they are still alive and living in someone’s imagination.

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