6 PM, Monday, December 10, 2018

 

This "Humanities in Community" lecture continues our third season running from October, 2018, through May, 2019.

 

Links to the audio recording of this lecture:

Lecture only (60 min.)

Discussion only (13 min.)

 

Jeremy Manheim presents:

 

Buddhist Philosophical Perspectives

On Mortality

Jeremy will discuss...

  • Alternative perspectives on death and dying 
  • As offering new ways to think about being mortal

Bio:

 
JEREMY MANHEIM IS CURRENTLY A PHD STUDENT in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, UW Madison. His research focuses on issues in Buddhist Philosophy. Prior to joining the doctoral program, he spent nine years studying at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in India. Jeremy also holds a Masters in Theology from Harvard Divinity School.
 

See attached flyer below:

LECTURE: Buddhist Perspectives on Mortality, 6 PM, Monday, December 1o, 2018
Two page poster for web for a lecture at the Goodman Center with a preview of a coming attraction.
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