Nithartha BUD 101 Course: Mind and Its World One/Valid Cognition

Date/Time
12/18/2018
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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BUD 501 Mind and Its World I: Valid Cognition – 2 credits

Instructor: Jirka Hladiš Email: jhladis@nitarthainstitute.org

Attendance: In-person and online

Residential Location: Nalandabodhi Connecticut 3 Barnard Lane, Top Floor (Suite 305) Bloomfield, CT 06002

Meeting Times: 11 sessions Oct.23-Dec.18, 2018 and Jan. 8 & 15, 2019

Course Description:

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.

Required texts:

▪ Root text: Classifications of Mind, (Lorik), by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, Nitartha Institute Publications

▪ Mind & Its World 1 Sourcebook, Nitartha Institute Publications

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Location
Nalandabodhi Connecticut

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