Teaching from Chapter Six on syllogisms, leading an interactive discussion on how to formulate correct syllogisms pertaining to daily life experiences.
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Covering the section on property of the subject in Chapter 6 and beginning to teach on the forward pervasion.
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal reviews Chapter 6 “The Buddhist Syllogism,” focusing on the three criteria of a correct sign.
Beginning Chapter 6 “The Buddhist Syllogism” and covering the sections on argument form, elements of a syllogism, and correct signs.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi reviews the Statements of Pervasion section in Chapter 5 on “Two Kinds of Statements.”
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal finishes reviewing the section on statements of qualities.
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads the class through a review of the Statements of Qualities section of Chapter 5 on “Two Kinds of Statements.”
Venerable Thubten Tarpa reviews key concepts from Western philosophy and science, and the early Buddhist approach to the acquisition of knowledge.
Covering “What Statements of Pervasion Imply,” “Statements of Pervasion Imply Statements of Qualities,” and “Statements of Pervasion that Include a Negative.”
A continuation of the section on statements of qualities in Chapter Five.