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Hinduism II: Yoga, Bhakti, and Tantra: Part 4

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Professor Gavin Flood
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Thursday, February 7, 2008 - 12:30
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Yoga, Bhakti, and Tantra: Part 7

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Thursday, February 28, 2008 - 12:30
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Yoga, Bhakti, and Tantra: Part 6

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Thursday, February 21, 2008 - 12:30
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Yoga, Bhakti, and Tantra: Part 8

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Professor Gavin Flood
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Thursday, March 6, 2008 - 12:00
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Yoga, Bhakti, and Tantra: Part 1

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Professor Gavin Flood
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Thursday, January 17, 2008 -
11:30 to 12:30
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism I series: Themes and textual sources (eight lectures)

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Professor Gavin Flood
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Thursday, October 20, 2005 -
09:30 to 17:30
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This series of eigth lectures offers a thematic and historical introduction to Hinduism for students of theology and religious studies. Focussing on the brahmanical tradition we will explore the textual sources, categories, practices and social institutions that formed that tradition. Primary texts in translation will provide the basis for reflection on both philosophical and social issues such as dharma, renunciation, caste, and concepts of deity.
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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Hindu ideas of liberation Lecture 2: The Samkhya and Yoga

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 11:00
Location: 
Theology Faculty Seminar Room

These lectures will examine conceptions of liberation and paths leading to liberation in the history of ‘Hindu’ traditions. After an introductory lecture that raises some of the theological questions about the relation of path to goal and the importance of ritual and asceticism in the history of Indian religions, we will begin with an examination of Samkhya, the philosophical backdrop of Yoga, and move on to the opening Yoga-sutras, their ideal of liberation as isolation (kaivalya), and the means of achieving that goal.

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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Hindu ideas of liberation Lecture 3: Yoga-sutras of Patanjali

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Wednesday, February 4, 2009 - 11:00
Location: 
Theology Faculty Seminar Room

These lectures will examine conceptions of liberation and paths leading to liberation in the history of ‘Hindu’ traditions. After an introductory lecture that raises some of the theological questions about the relation of path to goal and the importance of ritual and asceticism in the history of Indian religions, we will begin with an examination of Samkhya, the philosophical backdrop of Yoga, and move on to the opening Yoga-sutras, their ideal of liberation as isolation (kaivalya), and the means of achieving that goal.

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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Hindu ideas of liberation Lecture 1: Introduction: the question of soteriology in India

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Wednesday, January 21, 2009 - 11:00
Location: 
Theology Faculty Seminar Room

These lectures will examine conceptions of liberation and paths leading to liberation in the history of ‘Hindu’ traditions. After an introductory lecture that raises some of the theological questions about the relation of path to goal and the importance of ritual and asceticism in the history of Indian religions, we will begin with an examination of Samkhya, the philosophical backdrop of Yoga, and move on to the opening Yoga-sutras, their ideal of liberation as isolation (kaivalya), and the means of achieving that goal.

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Professor Gavin

Hinduism II: Hindu ideas of liberation Lecture 6: The Sant tradition: Kabir

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Professor Gavin Flood
Date: 
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 - 11:00
Location: 
Theology Faculty Seminar Room

These lectures will examine conceptions of liberation and paths leading to liberation in the history of ‘Hindu’ traditions. After an introductory lecture that raises some of the theological questions about the relation of path to goal and the importance of ritual and asceticism in the history of Indian religions, we will begin with an examination of Samkhya, the philosophical backdrop of Yoga, and move on to the opening Yoga-sutras, their ideal of liberation as isolation (kaivalya), and the means of achieving that goal.

First name (inc. titles): 
Professor Gavin

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