Tue, Nov 23|
LECTURE - Dr. Lewis Lancaster, Compassion: A Natural State of Cognition
The next installment in Dr. Lewis Lancaster's "Encountering Life" lecture series is titled "Compassion: A Natural State of Cognition."
Time & Location
Nov 23, 2021, 7:00 PM PST
About the Event
Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies, Dr. Lewis Lancaster, offers the "Encountering Life" lecture series for Fall 2021. Organized by the Department of Religous Studies and Religious Graduate Council, this series explores ways that Buddhist lessons, principles, and values could be useful in everyday life encounters. Using personal experience and a life-long study of Buddhism, Dr. Lancaster's talks cover a variety of topics relevant to modern problems and concerns.
The schedule for the 5-part lecture series is as follows:
Aug. 31 - Cause: One of Life's Mysteries
Sep. 28 - Desire: Measure of Motivations
Oct. 26 - Reincarnation: Body and Spirit
Nov. 23 - Compassion: A Natural State of Cognition
Dec. 14 - Self: Active and Passive Agent