Ethics and Emptiness

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Ethics and Emptiness Conference

Today is the last day of a small conference going on at Central Michigan University on Buddhist Ethics and Emptiness. I met many of these guys at last year’s Columbia Conference on Buddhist Ethics (you can still download/listen to podcasts), and look forward to today’s discussion.

Check out the program here and tune in live (starting at 9am Eastern/2pm UK time) here.

 

Today’s presentations include:

Sonam Thakchoe
from the University of Tasmania, discussing
Prāsaṅgika’s Moral Naturalism:
Zhig pa (vināśa) dNgos po (bhāva) Theory

Guy Newland
from Central Michigan University, discussing
How Does Merely Conventional Karma Work?

and later,

Charles Goodman
from Binghamton University (New York), discussing
From Madhyamaka to Consequentialism: A Roadmap

Mark Siderits
from Seoul National University, discussing
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