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After an account of the Buddha's life, Sangharakshita asks how, if at all, such a man can be defined or categorised.
Talk given in 1968.
This talk is part of the series Introducing the Three Jewels of Buddhism.
|1.||Introduction: questions (3:31)|
|2.||The meaning of 'Buddha'; early life (4:16)|
|3.||The Four Sights (9:43)|
|4.||Going Forth; austerities (4:32)|
|5.||Attaining Enlightenment (2:26)|
|6.||Years of teaching (3:37)|
|7.||What does it mean to 'know' the Buddha? (8:04)|
|8.||Upaka, the naked ascetic. (8:06)|
|9.||Neither god nor man (6:15)|
|10.||Going for Refuge to the Buddha (4:01)|
Total running time: 54:31