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The familiar principle of evolution provides the broadest possible context for Buddhism and its various doctrines; and Buddhism, in turn, reveals the far-reaching implications of the principle itself.
Talk given in 1966.
This talk is part of the series Introducing Buddhism.
|1.||The search for a comprehensive world view (11:20)|
|2.||Partial approaches to Buddhism (8:01)|
|3.||The concept of evolution (6:54)|
|4.||A scheme of evolution (10:04)|
|5.||Evolution in Buddhist terms (5:15)|
|6.||Buddhism and the Higher Evolution (4:54)|
Total running time: 48:10