6 Tuesdays from 10 April to 15 May
Why practice Buddhist ethics? Buddhism has a very different starting point from Judeo-Christianity, as it is an ethics of intention rather than an externally proscribed one.
The division of the world into ‘public’ and ‘private’ which pervades our society has at its root in this externally proscribed morality.
Buddhism’s ethics of intention renders the question What aren’t you allowed to do?, which is a question that Buddhist are often asked, meaningless.
At the same time, Buddhists follow a moral code.
We will explore the roots of Buddhist ethicality and its expressions in this course in a hands-on way.
Dates and Times6 weeks
Tuesday, 10th April, 2018
Times: 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Prices and Bookings
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