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Buddhism's Engagement with the World

April 21
CTIHB 101

1:00–1:15pm
Opening Remarks (Matt Haber, Chair of Philosophy)
1:15–2:30pm
Laura Guerrero: "Buddhist Fictionalism Reconsidered"
2:30–3:45pm
Amod Lele: "Disengaged Buddhism: Why South Asian Buddhists Rejected Engagement with Systemic Institutions"
4:00–5:15pm
Charles Goodman: "Two-Level Consequentialism, Śāntideva's Ethics, and the Justification of Punishment"

April 22
CTIHB 101

9:00–10:15am
Dale Wright: "Buddhist Atheism as a Challenge to the Philosophy of Religion"
10:30am–12:00pm 
William Edelglass: "Nature and Buddha-Nature: Poetry, Place, and the Transmission of Buddhism"
1:30–2:45pm 
Pierce Salguero: "Beyond Mindfulness: Buddhism and Health in Historical Perspective"
3:00–4:15pm 
John Dunne:"Phenomenological Reduction as Therapeutic Technique: The Buddhist Theory and Practice of Dereification"
4:30–5:30pm
Closing discussion, led by Pierre-Julien Harter

Last Updated: 10/10/17