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Video: His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to Oxford

Footage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to Oxford on September 14th, 2015 is now available and can be viewed below. For more videos of the Dalai Lama’s visit to Oxford and many other events of the DLCC please visit our media page. In this afternoon session the Dalai … Continue reading

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Paul Lodge to become Senior Research Fellow of the DLCC

The Centre is very pleased to announce that Paul Lodge will be joining the team as a Senior Research Fellow. Paul Lodge is University Lecturer in Early Modern Philosophy at the University  of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy at Mansfield College. He has a BA  in Philosophy and … Continue reading

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Alexander Stoddart to Become Honorary Fellow of the DLCC

Alexander (Sandy) Stoddart,  Her Majesty’s Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland, has recently accepted an Honorary Fellowship with the DLCC. Stoddart is known for figurative neoclassical sculptures, his most famous works including the bronze statues of David Hume (pictured left) and Adam Smith on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. In Oxford … Continue reading

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Being Kind to Oneself Means Being Kind to Others

Being Kind to Oneself Means Being Kind to Others: A Buddhist Approach to Rational Self-Interest, Selflessness, and Altruism Tenzin Dechen Rochard Stipendiary Fellow of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion Download PDF 1. Loving-kindness When I was a young teenager I was very inspired by a passage from the Bible, … Continue reading

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In Honour of Professor Grahame Lock

Although he sadly died before the DLCC was launched in the autumn of 2014, Professor Grahame Lock was a key contributor to the discussions which preceded the Centre’s foundation. His wise guidance and inexhaustible treasury of knowledge, not to mention his great good humour, are continuously missed. Attached is a … Continue reading

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Seminar: Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications

Seminar: ‘Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications’.  16th January 2015, 3-5pm The Aquinas Seminar Room, 17 Beaumont Street, Oxford. Dr. Dr. Benedikt Göcke will be running a seminar on 16th January entitled ‘Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications’. Benedikt Göcke is a former Junior Research Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford. … Continue reading

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Conference Videos

All the footage from our first conference is now up on the videos page of the website. The videos are as follows: Alexander Norman: Welcome and Introduction The DALAI LAMA CENTRE FOR COMPASSION is a non-confessional, interdisciplinary research centre and policy think-tank. Its foremost concern is to research compassion and … Continue reading

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