Cur­riculums, exams and degrees – how do we really learn about life? The Buddhist case for truth and experience

With society’s emphasis on formal edu­ca­tion, are we miss­ing the point of how we really learn in life? And what does Buddhism have to say about the value of our own experience?

Talk given at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 26th March 2011 as part of a monthly series of free public talks on Buddhism and contem­porary issues

About Mahabodhi

Mahabodhi has been a mem­ber of the Tri­r­atna Buddhist Order for twelve years. He teaches Buddhism and med­it­a­tion at the Manchester Buddhist Centre.

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