Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Buddhism Course in 24 lectures by Malcolm David Eckel


Buddhism Course in 24 lectures 

by Malcolm David Eckel

INFO ON THE AUTHOR:  Professor Malcolm David Eckel holds two bachelor’s degrees, one in English from Harvard University and a second in Theology from Oxford University. Professor Eckel earned his master’s degree in theology at Oxford University and his Ph.D. in the Study of Comparative Religion at Harvard University. He held teaching positions at Ohio Wesleyan University, Middlebury College in Vermont, and the Harvard Divinity School, where he served as acting director of the Center for the Study of World Religions. At Boston University, Professor Eckel teaches courses on Buddhism, comparative religion, and the religions of Asia. In 1998, Professor Eckel received the Metcalf Award for Teaching Excellence, the university’s highest award for teaching. In addition to writing many articles, Professor Eckel has published two books on Buddhist philosophy: “To See the Buddha: A Philosopher’s Quest for the Meaning of Emptiness” and “Buddhism: Origins, Beliefs, Practices, Holy Texts, Sacred Places”. – www.thegreatcourses.com


01(/24) What is Buddhism
02(/24) India at the Time of the Buddha
03(/24) The Doctrine of Reincarnation
04(/24) The Story of the Buddha
05(/24) All is Suffering
06(/24) The Path to Nirvana

07(/24) The Buddhist Monastic Community
08(/24) Buddhist Art and Architecture
09(/24) Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia
10(/24) Mahayana Buddhism and the Bodhisattva Ideal
11(/24) Celestial Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
12(/24) Emptiness
13(/24) Buddhist Philosophy
14(/24) Buddhist Tantra
15(/24) The Theory and Practice of the Mandala
16(/24) The First Diffusion of the Dharma in Tibet
17(/24) The Schools of Tibetan Buddhism
18(/24) The Dalai Lama
19(/24) The Origins of Chinese Buddhism
20(/24) The Classical Period of Chinese Buddhism
21(/24) The Origins of Japanese Buddhism
22(/24) Honen, Shinran and Nichiren
23(/24) Zen
24(/24) Buddhism in America

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