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Western Buddhists and Eastern Buddhism

by Sangharakshita (1979)

Here Sangharakshita emphasises the importance of distinguishing Buddhism as a universally applicable path of development from the specifically Eastern cultural forms it has been associated with in the past, and explains why an authentic, non-sectarian Buddhist movement is needed in the West.

Talk given in 1979.

This talk is part of the series A New Buddhist Movement - the Meaning of the FWBO.

Total running time: 1:8:20