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LATEST NEWS FROM THE DALAI LAMA CENTRE FOR COMPASSION

  • Why is Aristotle Relevant to Modern Economics?

    Why is Aristotle Relevant to Modern Economics?

    On the afternoon of 28th October 2016 Professor Kenneth Stikkers will deliver a guest lecture for the DLCC entitled ‘Why is Aristotle Relevant to Modern Economics?’ Attendance at this event is free and open to the public. Time: 3pm-5pm, 28th October 2016 Venue: The Sutro Room, Trinity College, Oxford Those … Continue reading →
  • International Summer School, Croatia

    International Summer School, Croatia

    In the coming week four Fellows of the DLCC, Dr. Dr. Benedikt Goecke, Samuel Hughes, Dr. Mikolaj Slawkowski-Rode, and Ralph Weir will be teaching at an international summer school at Sveti Kriz, near Trogir, Croatia. The summer school will bring together students from across Europe to discuss responses to evil in … Continue reading →
  • Ethical Disagreement Across Cultures

    Ethical Disagreement Across Cultures

    Ethical Disagreement Across Cultures: The Case of Japan Samuel Hughes Fellow of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion Download PDF One of the questions that has attracted interest from both Europeans and Japanese people since the Meiji Restoration has been how great the differences in European and Japanese ethical life … Continue reading →
  • Oxford Seminars on the Dalai Lama’s Ethics

    Oxford Seminars on the Dalai Lama’s Ethics

    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 →
  • Director Visits Dharamsala

    Director Visits Dharamsala

    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

    Pluralism in Japanese ethics

    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 →

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