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Existential Ambiguity

Here is a podcast based on our serialization of Wettimuny’s important book The Buddha’s Teaching and the Ambiguity of Existence version 0.9 [1.5 MB PDF] It is a very informal discussion between myself and Upāsaka Dhamma-vaṁsa, mainly for our own clarification of these points. We could have made it all fancy, with theme music and a professional voice-over, but we wanted it to sound like what it really is: two dhamma-friends talking over cherished ideas in a rural monastery.

Episodes:

Introducing Existential Ambiguity

  1. Immediate and Reflexive Experience Part 1
  2. Immediate and Reflexive Experience Part 2
  3. Immediate and Reflexive Experience Part 3
  4. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 1
  5. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 2
  6. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 3
  7. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 4
  8. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 5
  9. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 6
  10. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 7
  11. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 8
  12. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 9
  13. Root-Structure of the Puthujjana’s Reflexive Experience Part 10
  14. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 1
  15. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 2
  16. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 3
  17. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 4
  18. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 5
  19. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 6
  20. The Five Clinging-Aggregates Part 7

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