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Exploring Engaged Buddhism with Professor Christopher Queen
The role of Buddhism in fostering global change
Uploaded 16 Dec 2016
<i>Buddhism and Ireland: From the Celts to the Counter-Culture and Beyond</i> – Book Review
Laurence Cox charts the involvement of Irishmen and women in Buddhism
Uploaded 15 Jul 2016
Approaching Vajrayana – Part Four: A Tale of Two Sciences
An examination of Tibetan Buddhism's empirical approach to the study of the Dharma
Uploaded 5 Feb 2016
From a trans-personal place on Buddhism in Ukraine: a post-Soviet and post-colonial Dharma of creativity and liberation from the dogmas
“Since it was the Lord Buddha who defined the essence of the human Ego as a process, we can accept this formula of “The Lion.” In your daily life accustom yourselves to the thought of eternal motion a
Uploaded 30 Oct 2013
Memories of a Mad Sage: A Review of <i>Crazy Wisdom</i>
Our review of the film Crazy Wisdom!
Uploaded 1 Mar 2012
Cyberkaya: Buddhism’s Place in a Future of High-tech Cyberspace
Buddhism is a vast religious and philosophical organism that has breathed 2,600 years of history. It gave birth to the oldest religious institution in the world, the saṅgha. It irrup
Uploaded 1 Jul 2008
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