Month: September 2014

“That From Which All Words Return”: The Distinctive Methods of Language Utilization in Hinduism’s Philosophical Tradition of Advaita Vedanta

Lecture by Anantanand Rambachan, Professor of Religion, St. Olaf College Thursday, October 9, 7:00 p.m., Sussman Theater, Olmsted Center Advaita is a non-dual Vedānta tradition within Hinduism, based on an …

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When Expression Is Expressed, Non-Expression Is Not-Expressed: A Zen Buddhist Approach To Talking About The Ineffable

Thursday, September 18th, 7:00 p.m., Sussman Theater, Olmsted Center Lecture by Gereon Kopf, Associate Professor of Religion, Luther College Philosophy of religion as developed in the monotheistic traditions of Christianity and …

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