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Lions Roar : May 2010
1. What is Buddhism? 2. India at the Time of the Buddha 3. The Doctrine of Reincarnation 4. The Story of the Buddha 5. All Is Suffering 6. The Path to Nirvana 7. The Buddhist Monastic Community 8. Buddhist Art and Architecture 9. Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia 10. Mahayana Buddhism and the Bodhisattva Ideal 11. Celestial Buddhas and Bodhisattvas 12. Emptiness 13. Buddhist Philosophy 14. Buddhist Tantra 15. The Theory and Practice of the Mandala 16. The “First Diffusion of the Dharma” in Tibet 17. The Schools of Tibetan Buddhism 18. The Dalai Lama 19. The Origins of Chinese Buddhism 20. The Classical Period of Chinese Buddhism 21. The Origins of Japanese Buddhism 22. Honen, Shinran and Nichiren 23. Zen 24. Buddhism in America Buddhism Explore the History of Buddhism In its 2,500-year history, Buddhism has expanded from a tiny religious community in northern India into a movement that now spans the globe. Buddhism is your opportunity to trace the history, principles, and evo- lution of a theology that is both familiar and foreign. These 24 lectures are a historical survey of Buddhism, from its origin in India in the 6th century B.C.E. to its present status as a major world religion. Professor Malcolm David Eckel—winner of the prestigious Metcalf Award for Teaching Excellence—shows you how the widespread and continuing appeal of Buddhism always comes back to stories of the Buddha and of the ways others have lived their lives in the attempt to follow his example. Buddhism will introduce you to the astonishing vi- tality and adaptability of a tradition that has transformed civilizations. This course is one of The Great Courses ® , a noncredit, recorded col- lege lecture series from The Teaching Company ® . Award-winning professors of a wide array of subjects in the sciences and the lib- eral arts have made more than 300 college-level courses that are available now on our website. Taught by Professor Malcolm David Eckel, Boston University Lecture Titles © Corel Stock Photo Library. 1-800-TEACH-12 www.TEACH12.com/6sun ACTNOW! Priority Code: 42480 Course No. 550 DVDs $254.95 NOW $69.95 Audio CDs $179.95 NOW $49.95 Buddhism Course No. 687 24 lectures (30 minutes/lecture) + $10 Shipping, Processing, and Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee + $10 Shipping, Processing, and Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee Order Today! Offer expires Thursday, June 10, 2010