DR. ART ENGLE WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 2019 7PM to 8:30PM GUEST LECTURE AT THE TIBET CENTER 502 N RIDGEWOOD ROAD SOUTH ORANGE, NJ. 07079
Dr. Art Engle will give a lecture on his recent translation on the Bodhisattvabhumi, The Bodhisattva Path to Unsurpassed Enlightenment: A Complete Translation of the Bodhisattvabhumi (Tsadra), forward by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
ARTEMUS B. ENGLE received a PhD in Buddhist studies from the University of Wisconsin and has studied Tibetan Buddhism for more than forty years. He teaches Tibetan language and Buddhist doctrine at the Mahayana Sutra and Tantra Center in Howell, New Jersey, and has published numerous translations of works by Indian and Tibetan masters. He has been a Tsadra Foundation Fellow since 2005.
This lecture is free and open to all, but there are limited seats available. To register email: firstname.lastname@example.org and write 'Attending Dr Engle' - in subject line.
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I am pleased to announce that Venerable Geshe Lobsang Dhargye, a Hlarampa Geshe from Sera Mey College, located in Bylakuppe, India, and a resident teacher at Do Ngak Kun Phen Ling (Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace), located in Redding, CT, has agreed to teach a series of classes on the tenets of the Buddhist Mādhyamika Prasaṅgika school. The classes will be starting three weeks from today. I will also be present to assist in presenting the explanations. This class was proposed following the nine-day teaching last summer in New York City by Gyume Khensur Lobsang Jampa Rinpoche on Nagarjuna’s text Sixty Verses on Correct Reasoning (T: Yuktiṣaṣṭikā, T: Rigs pa drug cu pa).
One of the main topics to be covered is referred to as Tel-dok (T: thal ldog), which literally means to explain how “indirect proofs” (S: prasaṅga, T: thal ’gyur) have the capacity to “refute” (T: ldog pa) successfully all opponents’ claims. It will be presented in the form of a review of Candrakīrti’s refutation of the criticisms that Bhavaviveka raised against Buddhapālita’s exclusive use of indirect proofs to formulate the arguments presented in Nāgārjuna’s Root Verses on the Middle Way (S: Mūlamādhyamikakārikā, T: dBu ma rtsa ba’i tshig le’ur byas pa). The class will also discuss what are known as the “eight difficult and key tenets” (T: dka’ gnad brgyad) of the Mādhyamika Prasaṅgika school. More details about the class can be found on the registration page (see next paragraph).
The series of classes is free of charge and will be held on successive Saturdays in New York City at 321 East 6th Street beginning on March 14, 2015. Two sessions will be held each day—a morning class from 10:00 a.m. to noon and an afternoon class from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Because space is limited, you are requested to register online at the following URL: www.dnkldharma.org/node/214.
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We are pleased to announce that Venerable Geshe Lobsang Dhargye, a Hlarampa Geshe from Sera Mey College, located in Bylakuppe, India, and a resident teacher at Do Ngak Kun Phen Ling (Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace), located in Redding, CT, has agreed to teach a series of classes on the…
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