By Daniel E. Perdue
Reading and memorization usually are not adequate. scholars needs to be capable of verbalize their knowing and shield it less than the strain of cross-examination. This booklet teaches the fundamental analytical talents and methods utilized in Buddhist debate. it truly is in accordance with the author’s personal perform and reports received within the debating courtyards of Tibetan monasteries in India and matured via years of best renowned college classes at the topic. pattern debate exchanges convey readers tips to start with the Buddhist type of analytical considering to problem and safeguard assertions.
Learning is supported via guided reflections, functional suggestion, and verbal workouts to be accomplished in perform with a accomplice. by way of the tip of the direction, readers can be in a position to have interaction in unscripted, full-fledged debates with a certified accomplice approximately Buddhist characterizations and classifications of phenomena utilizing the layout and systems of Buddhist debate. furthermore, those abilities, as soon as mastered, can then be utilized to investigating the reality and falsity of perspectives in the other subject.
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