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.”
Logic and reasoning can be used to guide our actions, make decisions and also test the validity of our thoughts and beliefs to arrive at more realistic views.
A reflection on the voyage that practitioners take, from our present state of samsara to the the shore of liberation.
Using reasoning to develop confidence that nirvana and awakening are possible. The factors that make liberation possible. The different kinds of nirvana.
How eliminating the fault of false conceptualization prevents the arising of afflictions. The emptiness of male and female gender.
What it means to enjoy the delights of the Dharma. The two truths, conventional and ultimate. The two ways to view the body.