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May172013

Lights Unto Ourselves: Buddhist Practice and Antiauthoritarian Aspirations

Joshua Stephens explores how we create suffering, waging war with good and evil, and how it is reflected back to us by political and economic institutions on a daily basis. In this unprecedented moment of rapidly unfolding, global social upheaval -- a moment that turns entirely on what we bring to it, and how we meet each other -- can we afford modes of behavior reproductive of war? Is there, perhaps, something deeply political about forging a relationship with oneself that, itself, is an act of refusal. Guest Lecture, Recorded November 6, 2012

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