Explaining the various responses a defender can give to the challenger in a debate, and demonstrating how to ‘spell out your answers.’
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Venerable Sangye Khadro continues teaching on the first root affliction of attachment and moves onto the second root affliction of anger.
Venerable Sangye Khadro reviews what is virtue and non-virtue and begins the first root affliction of attachment.
Beginning Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach” and covering the section “Paths for Spiritual Development” explaining the outline of the lamrim teachings.
Reading from “The Defender’s Answers” in Chapter 23 “Procedures in Debate,” covering the four kinds of answers a defender can give to a challenger’s statements
Venerable Thubten Nyima reviews the section in Chapter 3 on loving-kindness, giving commentary to the Metta Sutta from the Pali Canon.
Venerable Sangye Khadro explains virtuous mental factors #7-11, encouraging discussion about how to cultivate them in our daily life.
Venerable Sangye Khadro discusses the 5 object ascertaining mental factors, and begins explaining the 11 virtuous mental factors.
Reviewing the chapter on consequences, and beginning the chapter on “Procedures in Debate.”
Continuing to teach on Chapter 22 about the consequences of faulty reasoning.