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Fall 2012
Jul 13, 2014
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FRCL 18700 - WHAT WOULD BUDDHA DO?
WHAT WOULD BUDDHA DO? ANCIENT WISDOM FOR TODAY'S WORLD~ This course will introduce students to the life and teachings of the Buddha, the ancient sage of India, who lived approximately 2500 years ago. Our goal is to understand the significance and relevance of the life-path he chose to walk, and his views of "self" and "reality," as understood through later Buddhist traditions and contemporary Western thought, in relation to our own lives and societies, as we explore possible causes and resolutions of conflicts and other forms of suffering in today's world.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Freshman Colloquium Department

Course Attributes:
Sakai, First-Year Appropriate

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