University of Hull
Centre for Lifelong Learning
Courses in Buddhism
About 2600 years ago the Buddha discovered the origin of unhappiness and a way to avoid it. In this course we will look at His enlightenment, the path He took to achieve it, His teachings, some developments in the religion and some of the forms of Buddhism that have arrived in the west. We will consider if the Buddha's teachings are still relevant today and whether they can be incorporated in our busy daily lives.
(No previous knowledge is required.)
During both the course students will be given the opportunity
to try some forms of Buddhist Meditation.
Tutor: Mike Horne
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This class will not be run again as a night class unless enough people show an interest to make a viable group of over twelve students. I will leave these notes on the world wide web as a resource for others and may develop the course into web based learning in the future.
For more information and a registration form please contact:Centre for Life Long Learning, The University of Hull, Freepost HU588, Hull, HU6 7BR.
Tel. 01482 465666; e-mail Cll@Hull.ac.uk
This site is maintained by Mike Horne
updated August 2012