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網上學習 (Learn Online)2019-02-15T19:04:22+00:00

網上學習

了義學院網上及先修課程

不能親身現場上課?我們有網上課程供同學選擇:

2019 了義暑期學院期間的網上課程

現階段,我們確認的2019暑期網上課程有:

  • BUD797 區分見地與理論: 要點明燈> (第二部份) – 竹慶本樂仁波切2019 開示
  • 心類學

Live Webcasts 2019

DPR’s Teachings on Bötrül

2019 (Part II)

In 2019, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche will continue to teach on Bötrül’s masterful text Distinguishing the Views and Philosophies on Mipham Rinpoche’s presentation of the view of the Dzogchen vehicle by clarifying difficult points that include Madhyamaka tenets.

This course is open to all and will be offered as a live-streaming and as recorded audio files in Moodle, so that you can listen at your convenience.

Session 1: 5–13 July 2019 (live webcast: 10:00 am-12:00 noon PST every second day)

Session 2: July 15 – July 23 (live webcast: 10:00 am-12:00 noon PST every second day)

Registration opening soon!

If you missed Rinpoche’s teachings on Bötrül Part I from 2018, you can take them as an online class as well. See above for more information on registering to review the 2018 teachings.

Mind & Its World

This course explores the criteria of a valid cognition and its various classifications, based on the teachings of the Pramāna tradition, or Buddhist epistemology. We will analyze our consciousness and determine to what degree it is in agreement with its observed object or not; when our mind is direct or not; what the difference is between non-mistaken, non-deceiving, conceptual and non-conceptual types of awareness. It also presents a detailed treatment of knowable objects in the form of definitions, examples, equivalents and classifications drawn from Collected Topics, the introductory textbook of Buddhist phenomenology or Abhidharma; secondly this material is used to teach methods for thinking clearly about the teachings using the debate typology of the four types of relationships there can be between any two phenomena. We will train in elementary debate skills in a relaxed environment, such as asking for definitions, equivalents and classifications.

This course is open to all and will be offered as a live-streaming course with recorded audio files in Moodle (Nitartha’s online campus), so that you can listen at your convenience.

Session 1: 5–13 July 2019 (live webcast: 8:00-10:00am PST every day)

Session 2: 15–23 July 2019 (live webcast: 8:00-10:00am PST every day)

Teacher: TBD

Registration opening soon!

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