The course will be based on critical examination and discussion of primary sources.The course format will include lecture, discussion, and student presentations.In philosophical anthropology, the Buddha explains human identity without a permanent and substantial self. The Buddha’s parents were King Śuddhodana and Queen Māyā.
Fourth, it is strikingly similar to another version of the early Sūtra Piṭaka extant in Chinese (Āgamas).
Third, it expresses a fairly consistent set of doctrines and practices.
We will then move on to engage Buddhist approaches to metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind and person, and ethics.
We will cover Buddhist thinkers and schools from India, Southeast Asia, Tibet, China, and Japan.
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