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In this lecture the Buddhist distinction between wrong views, right views, and Perfect Vision is explained. The Buddha communicated his 'Perfect Vision' of existence both in conceptual terms - the law of conditionality - and also in symbols such as the Wheel of Life and the Path.
Talk given in 1976.
This talk is part of the series Buddhism for Today and Tomorrow.
|1.||Faith-follower, doctrine-follower (9:02)|
|2.||'Vision' and 'view' (5:44)|
|3.||Right view, wrong view (11:41)|
|4.||Perfect Vision (6:21)|
|5.||How the Buddha communicates (4:37)|
|6.||The law of conditionality (6:09)|
|7.||Cyclical and spiral conditionality (5:41)|
|8.||The Wheel of Life (10:02)|
|9.||A challenge (6:21)|
Total running time: 1:05:38