Symposium: Ancient Buddhist Meditation
|When:||We 06-11-2019 10:00 - 17:00|
|Where:||Faculty of Philosophy|
Meditation practices are a core component of Ancient Indian Buddhism and an essential factor in the development of Buddhist philosophy as a whole. Ancient Buddhist meditation is naturally intertwined with key philosophical topics such as the nature of consciousness and qualia, the phenomenology of subjective experience, the nature of emotions, the self, causality, free will and the meaning of life.
Symposium Ancient Buddhist Meditation - Historical, Philosophical and Comparative Perspectives, organized by the OZSW Study Group in Comparative and Global Philosophy. Keynote by Prof. Rupert Gethin (Bristol). View full description and Call for Papers (deadline 1 Sept 2019)