This Michaelmas Term the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion will be offering a series of seminars exploring His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s thought on ethics and related areas. The series will be conducted by Paul Lodge, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford and Senior Research Fellow of the … Continue reading →
This week the Director of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, Alex Norman, arrives in Dharamsala for a month long visit. During this time he will be staying at the house of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s brother Ngari Rinpoche and meeting with His Holiness the the Dalai Lama and other … Continue reading →
Pluralism in Japanese ethics Samuel Hughes Fellow of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion Download PDF Perhaps the most famous ethicist in the Japanese tradition is Watsuji Tetsurō, who worked at the Universities of Kyoto and Tokyo in the early twentieth century. Watsuji was a peripheral member of a larger … Continue reading →
Compassion and the Moral Law Carl Hildebrand University College, University of Oxford Download PDF The idea of an ethics of compassion appeals powerfully to our common sense; it seems at once noble and nurturing, and to connect with our everyday experience of the moral life. How shall I respond to … Continue reading →
Status, Shame and Dignity Samuel Hughes Fellow of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion Download PDF Perhaps the most famous book on ethics in Japan is The Sword and the Chrysanthemum, written by the American anthropologist Ruth Benedict on the basis of research conducted during the Pacific War. Interestingly The … Continue reading →
DLCC Honorary Fellow, Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland, Sandy Stoddart has recently been interviewed by DLCC Fellow Mikolaj Slawkowski-Rode for the Polish magazine Arttak. An English language version of the interview will soon be available at www.humanephilosophy.com. Related posts: No related posts.