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Buddhist Modernism symposium: talks now available online

Back in January, Adhisthāna hosted a symposium on "Buddhist Modernism", exploring how Buddhism has been reshaped by its encounter with Western modernity.


The editors of the WBR each gave talks at the symposium on the subject of Buddhist Modernism, and Sanghadhara interviewed us for a podcast (available here) for The Buddhist Centre Online.


The talks from the symposium are now available to download from Free Buddhist Audio:


Exploring Buddhist Modernism: An Introduction

Dhivan


Romantic Buddhism

Silavādin


Sangharakshita as Buddhist Modernist: The Case of the Five Niyamas

Dhivan


Experience and Non-Experience, Revisited

Matt Drage

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