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.
Today’s presentations include:
from the University of Tasmania, discussing
Prāsaṅgika’s Moral Naturalism:
Zhig pa (vināśa) dNgos po (bhāva) Theory
from Central Michigan University, discussing
How Does Merely Conventional Karma Work?
from Binghamton University (New York), discussing
From Madhyamaka to Consequentialism: A Roadmap
from Seoul National University, discussing
Does ‘Buddhist Ethics’ Exist?