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After a brief historical survey of Buddhism in England, Sangharakshita stresses the importance of spiritual community and concludes with thoughts on the potential impact of Buddhism on English culture.
Note: this lecture was given before the founding of the W.B.O.
Talk given in 1966.
This talk is part of the series Introducing Buddhism.
|1.||Introducing Buddhism - recapitulation (6:23)|
|2.||The benefits of spiritual friendship (12:48)|
|3.||The origins of Buddhism in England (7:08)|
|4.||English Buddhism in the 20th century (8:17)|
|5.||The present situation (1966) (7:29)|
|6.||The English character (7:38)|
|7.||English literature and art (4:05)|
|8.||English philosophy and religion (3:02)|
|9.||Shedding Buddhism's oriental image (2:33)|
|10.||Making links with English culture (5:57)|
|11.||The responsibility of the 'laity' (4:24)|
|12.||The spiritual community (2:20)|
Total running time: 1:12:04