【講座】Do Buddhists Believe the Moon Is Still There When Nobody Is Looking? Reflections on Realism, Anti-realism, and the Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought


活動名稱:國立政治大學佛教哲學研究中心 系列講座

講題:Do Buddhists Believe the Moon Is Still There When Nobody Is Looking? Reflections on Realism, Anti-realism, and the Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought

主講人:Robert H. Sharf  (University of California at Berkeley)

時間:12/11 (Tue)~12/14(Fri)
地點:政治大學百年樓227
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Robert H. Sharf 
University of California at Berkeley

Robert H. Sharf is D.H. Chen Distinguished Professor of Buddhist Studies in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as Chair of Berkeley's Center for Buddhist Studies. He works primarily on medieval Chinese Buddhism (especially Chan), but has also published in the areas of Japanese Buddhism, Buddhist art and archaeology, Buddhist modernism, Buddhist philosophy, and methodological issues in the study of religion. He is author of Coming to Terms with Chinese Buddhism: A Reading of the Treasure Store Treatise (2002), and co-editor (with his wife Elizabeth) of Living Images: Japanese Buddhist Icons in Context (2001).

【12/11 Tue 】
Main Lecture
時間:am 10:00-12:00
講題:Do Buddhists Believe the Moon Is Still There When Nobody Is Looking?
Reflections on Realism, Anti-realism, and the Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought
地點:政治大學百年樓330103教室

Lecture 1
時間:pm 2:00-4:00
講題:Mind in World, World in Mind: On the Existential Nature of the Loop
地點:政治大學百年樓330103教室

【12/12 Wed.】
Lecture 2
時間:pm 2:00-4:00
講題:Buddhist Views of Conceptuality (vikalpa) and the Quantum Measurement Problem
地點:政治大學百年樓330222教室

【12/14 Fri.】
Lecture 3
時間:am 9:00-10:30
講題:Two Truths, Dialetheism, and Chan
地點:政治大學百年樓330106教室 



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