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395 LESSON 05 10 2011- Dullabha Sutta: Hard to Find
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395
LESSON 05 10 2011

 Dullabha Sutta: Hard to Find

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Foundational Debate I




AN 2.119

PTS: A i 87

II,xi,2

Dullabha Sutta: Hard to
Find

translated from the Pali
by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

©
2002–2011

“Monks,
these two people are hard to find in the world. Which two? The one who is first
to do a kindness, and the one who is grateful for a kindness done and feels
obligated to repay it. These two people are hard to find in the world.”

1.1.3 Foundation Curriculum:
Debate

DOB 553 Foundational Debate I - 1
credit

Delivery Mode: Residential

Course Description:

This course offers a methodical
training in elementary debate skills on the basis of the

Clear Thinking class. We will
formulate reasonings with correct and seeming reasons and

utilize those in a debate by
learning how to challenge the first mode of a reasoning.

Regarding the content, we will
debate classification of objects in terms of entity from

Collected Topics that
was taught in Clear Thinking course.

Prerequisites: DOB 501, DOB 502




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394 LESSON 04 10 2011 Dukkha Sutta Stress
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394
LESSON 04 10 2011

Dukkha
Sutta Stress

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Classifications of Reasons



SN 38.14

PTS: S iv 259

CDB ii 1299

Dukkha Sutta: Stress

translated from the Pali
by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 1999–2011

On one
occasion Ven. Sariputta was staying in Magadha
in Nalaka Village. Then Jambukhadika
the wanderer went to Ven. Sariputta and, on arrival, exchanged courteous
greetings with him. After this exchange of friendly greetings & courtesies,
he sat to one side. As he was sitting there he said to Ven. Sariputta:
“‘Stress, stress,’ it is said, my friend Sariputta. Which type of stress
[are they referring to]?”

There are these three forms of stressfulness, my friend: the
stressfulness of pain, the stressfulness of fabrication, the stressfulness of
change. These are the three forms of stressfulness.”

“But
is there a path, is there a practice for the full comprehension of these forms
of stressfulness?”

“Yes,
there is a path, there is a practice for the full comprehension of these forms
of stressfulness.”

“Then
what is the path, what is the practice for the full comprehension of these
forms of stressfulness?”

“Precisely
this Noble Eightfold Path, my friend — right view, right resolve, right speech,
right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right
concentration. This is the path, this is the practice for the full
comprehension of these forms of stressfulness.”


“It’s
an auspicious path, my friend, an auspicious practice for the full
comprehension of these forms of stressfulness — enough for the sake of
heedfulness.”

DOB 552 Classifications of Reasons - 2
credits


Delivery Mode: Residential &
Online


Course Description:


This course presents an overview of
the theory of Buddhist logic which serves as the


foundation for the practice of
debate. We will study the definitions and classifications of


correct and seeming reasons and
formulate example reasonings for each type of reason.


We will look at the three types of
reasons: nature reasons, result reasons and reasons of


non-observation.


Prerequisites DOB 501, DOB 502



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U.P. Governor and Chief
Minister pay tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

 

Lucknow: October 02, 2011

 

The Uttar Pradesh Governor
Mr. B.L. Joshi and Chief Minister Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati paid their tributes to
father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi by garlanding his portrait in a programme
organised at Tilak Hall, Vidhan Bhawan here today on the occasion of Gandhi

Jayanti.

 

The programme was started by
reciting of “Vande Matram” followed by the devotional songs

liked by Bapu. The programme
came to an end by singing of national anthem. On this occasion, Cabinet
Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Anoop

Mishra, freedom fighters,
social activists and media persons were present, besides other senior administrative
and police officers.

 

 

 

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