PHIL 3503 Buddhist Philosophy and Spirituality (Fall: 3 )
Focusing on early and Mahāyāna Buddhist philosophies of India with connections between concepts and spiritual practices. Buddhist versions of theological anthropology, ontology, epistemology, ethics, and soteriology are related to practices of meditation, ritual, phenomenological investigation, and philosophical analysis. Readings from classical and contemporary Buddhist writings.
Instructor(s): John J. Makransky
Prerequisites: Prerequisites: For undergrads, at least one prior course in philosophy or theology, and a B+ or higher average in prior humanities (non-science) courses.
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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17