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Stephen Batchelor is a British author, teacher, and scholar, writing books and articles on Buddhist topics and leading meditation retreats throughout the world. He is a noted proponent...

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  • Mugaku Sensei's Blog: Tuesday group--3/15/11 Wondering ...

      Blog Source: mugaku-sensei.blogspot.com | over 3 years ago
    The group discussed Stephen Batchelor's "Buddhism Without Beliefs". A wide-ranging discussion about beliefs, and how they serve us as guides, as maps, and how they have the potential to limit experience by freezing permissible ...
  • Buddhism without Beliefs « Taking it to the Streets

      Blog Source: dianescholten.wordpress.com | over 3 years ago
    Just finished reading Stephen Batchelor's “Buddhism without Beliefs” yesterday. The first sentence is “I have tried to write a book about Buddhism in ordinary English that avoids the use of foreign words, technical terms, ...
  • Thomas Time: Book Review: Confession of a Buddhist Atheist

      Blog Source: www.hochmann.org | over 3 years ago
    A great help in doing this has been reading Stephen Batchelor's recent book, Confession of a Buddhist Atheist. Part of my return to spirituality and Buddhism mirrors Batchelor's own, which he describes in this book. ...
  • Thud Dub: A Found Poem: Blurs - 14-03-11

      Blog Source: thuddub.blogspot.com | over 3 years ago
    blurs into chair. *. (c) Stephen Batchelor. Buddhism Without Beliefs (pg 76). Image (c) Thud Dub / Defective Arts 2011. Posted by Defective Arts at 11:11 · Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz ...
  • A Plague of Distraction — Or Just Dukkha?

      Blog Source: counsellingresource.com | over 3 years ago
    The simple question recommended by Stephen Batchelor in Buddhism Without Beliefs [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK] focuses the mind quite effectively: Since death alone is certain and the time of death uncertain, what should I do? ...
  • Running 'Cause I Can't Fly: Aura Glaser, "A ...

      Blog Source: coyoteprime-runningcauseicantfly.blogspot.com | over 3 years ago
    Stephen Batchelor says, 'Even when we are physically alone and experiencing loneliness we are still essentially with others; indeed, the very fact that we can feel lonely indicates that participation is a basic structural element in our ...
  • Art as a Gateway to Early Western Buddhist History - 佛教前衛藝術 ....

      Blog Source: tw.myblog.yahoo.com | over 3 years ago
    People wound up about Stephen Batchelor and friends today might consider that Henry Steel Olcott, one of the first white convert Buddhists, was merging Buddhist teachings with Western science, philosophy, and rationalism, over 120 years ...
  • The Buddha was not a mystic: Not Believing Buddhism « ...

      Blog Source: triangulations.wordpress.com | over 3 years ago
    During the last year I have been told several times that my take on Buddhism sounds much like Stephen Batchelor's take. So I finally bought one of his books: Buddhism without Beliefs. Below I quote four paragraphs (pgs 4-5) which ...


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