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Change Date: March 08, 2010 08:32PM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
Venue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅之璅鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"



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About the Lecturer:
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William Magee received his doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taught Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Summer Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dharma Drum Buddhist College in Taiwan, where he teaches in the graduate school. Magee is the co-author (with Elizabeth Napper) of <i>Fluent Tibetan: a Proficiency-oriented Language Learning System and the author of The Nature of Things</i>. Recently he published a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future female Dalai Lama. Magee is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: March 08, 2010 08:31PM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
Venue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅之璅鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"



<div align=center><a href=http://www3.nccu.edu.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306a.JPG><img src=http://www3.nccu.edu.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306a_x.jpg border=0></a></div>


About the Lecturer:
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William Magee received his doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taught Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Summer Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dharma Drum Buddhist College in Taiwan, where he teaches in the graduate school. Magee is the co-author (with Elizabeth Napper) of <i>Fluent Tibetan: a Proficiency-oriented Language Learning System and the author of The Nature of Things</i>. Recently he published a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future female Dalai Lama. Magee is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: March 08, 2010 08:23PM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
Venue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅之璅鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"

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About the Lecturer:
u.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306b_x.jpg><img src=htccu.edu.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306c_x.jpg border=0 height=120></a></div>
William Magee received his doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taught Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Summer Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dharma Drum Buddhist College in Taiwan, where he teaches in the graduate school. Magee is the co-author (with Elizabeth Napper) of <i>Fluent Tibetan: a Proficiency-oriented Language Learning System and the author of The Nature of Things</i>. Recently he published a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future female Dalai Lama. Magee is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: February 11, 2010 09:49AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
Venue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅之璅鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"

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About the Lecturer:
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William Magee received his doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taught Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Summer Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of <i>th Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dhar. </i>. m Buddhist College in Taiwan,
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lished a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future female Dalai Lama. Magee is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: February 11, 2010 09:47AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
Venue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅之璅鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"

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About the Lecturer:
u.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306b_x.jpg><img src=htccu.edu.tw/~ckeng/photo/20100306c_x.jpg border=0 height=120></a></div>
William Magee received his doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taug
t Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Summer Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of th Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dhar. m Buddhist College in Taiwan,
where he ches in the gra school. Magee is the co-author (with Elizabeth Napper) oi>Fluent Tibetan: a Profic -oriented Language Learning System and the author of The Nature of Things</i>. Recently he pu
lished a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future female Dalai Lama. Magee is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: February 11, 2010 09:47AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
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憭扳鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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Lecturer: Professor William Magee 嚗 <a href=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/en/><img src=http://www.ddbc.edu.tw/templates/ddbc/images/ddbc_280x60.png border=0 height=30></a> 嚗
Discussant: Professor Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 嚗 Huafan University 嚗

Topic:
"The Object of Negation (dgag bya) in Tibetan Buddhism:
Dolpopa and Tsongkhapa on Ultimate Truth"

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About the Lecturer:
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Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
Changed By: gustav
Change Date: February 11, 2010 12:43AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
<b>Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)
Date 嚗2010/03/06 14:00 - 17:00
VeVenue 嚗踵祥憭批飛蝛嗅箇脣飛閮摰</b>
憭扳鈭箸蝷暹蝘摮詨脣飛箇閮摰</b>

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About the Lecturer:
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William Magee received hat
doctorate in Tibetan Studies from the University of Virginia, where he taug
t Tibetan language for thirteen years at the UVA Sumof
Language Institute. He was a Visiting Professor at the University
f th Carolina Greensboro for three years and currently is Assistant Professor of Tibetan Studies at Dhar. m Buddhist College in Taiis
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where he ches in the gra school. Magee is the co-author (with Eliz
beth Napper) oi>Fluent Tibetan: a Profic -oriented Language Learning System and the author of The Nature of Things</i>. Recently he p

lished a novel entitled <i>She Still Lives</i> about a future femala
Dalai Lama. Mage is editor of the <i>Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal</i> and director of the "Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Multimedia Research Archive". He has published numerous academic articles and is working on a book about Middle Way Consequence hermeneutics in Tibet. He has a wife, two children, and a granddaughter.

Web: http://magee.ddbc.edu.tw
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Change Date: February 11, 2010 12:42AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)

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Author: gustav
Date: February 11, 2010 12:41AM

Lecturer: Professor William Magee (Dharma Drum Buddhist College)