Buddhist Philosophy Lecture Series
Ethics, Buddhism, and Issues in Cross-cultural Philosophy
Spiritual and Religious Life partners with departments and groups across campus to bring scholars and artists who explore the spaces where spiritual and religious life intersects our academic study. We are proud to co-sponsor the Buddhist Philosophy Lecture Series with Main Hall Forum, LU Philosophy Dept., LU Religious Studies Dept., and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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May 9 - 4:30
The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism
Venerable Dr. Tashi Tsering, Professor of Sakya Philosophy,Central University for Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, India
May 10 - 4:30pm Main Hall 201
Buddhist Contributions to Contemporary Moral Reflection: Selflessness and Moral Responsiveness
Jay L. Garfield, Ph.D., Doris Silbert Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy, Logic, and Buddhist Studies, Smith College; Visiting Professor Buddhist Philosophy, Harvard Divinity School.