Make your own free website on Tripod.com

 


Buddhist Blogs and News


 

 

 

 


Buddhism versus Materialism


 

 

Blogs 21 Awake
B. Alan Wallace
Awakening the Buddha in us
Barbara's Buddhism Blog
Be and See
Bodhi Armour
Bodhi Tree Swaying
Buddha Dharma
Buddha Diaries
Buddha Does
Buddha Frog
Buddha on the Wall
Buddha Space
Buddhist Art News
Buddhist at Heart
Buddhist Blog
Buddhist Calligraphy
Buddhist Conservative
Buddhist Military Sangha
Buddhist Reformation
Buddhist Travelers
Buddhist in Nebraska
C4Chaos
Change Therapy
Contemplating Reality for the 21st Century
Dangerous Harvests
Danny Fisher
Dharma-Burgers
Dharma Core
Dharma Forest
Dharma Folk
Digital Dharma
Digital Tibetan Buddhist Altar
Digital Zendo
Drums of Dharma
Ecumenical Buddhism
Emergent Dharma
Enlightenment Ward
FWBO News
Full Thangka
Giving Notice Now
Gomde Israel Sangha
Grove of the Mind
Heart Chan
Heart Jewel
Himalayan Art Resources
Homeless Tom
Integral Options
Inward Light
Jayarava's Raves
Life is Like That
Lotus in the Mud
Marcus' Journal
Mikel Dunham
Mind Deep
Mind Mountain
Monk Amok
Muni-vision
My Buddha is Pink
My Mindfulness Blog
Nepalese and Tibetan Art blog
New Heretics
Notes in Samsara
Numinous Nonsense
One Bright Pearl
One City
Open Buddha
Peaceful Turmoil
Precious Metal
Progressive Buddhism
Sean Robsville
Second Wave American Buddhism
Shambhala Sun Space
Silken Thread
Sweep the Dust, Push the Dirt
Taste of Chah
Texan Kadampa
Tricycle Editors
US Buddhist Perspective
Walking Towards Refuge
Wandering Dhamma
West Wight Sangha
Wisdom and Bliss
Wisdom Quarterly
Working Dharma
Worst Horse - 'Home of the Dharma-Burger'
Zen, Art and the Companionship of Animals
Zen Buddhism
ZenDotStudio
Zennist


News American Buddhist Net
Buddhist Channel
Buddhist Geeks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reverse Engineering Buddhism

"Anyone who accepts these four seals, even independently of Buddha’s teachings, even never having heard the name Shakyamuni Buddha, can be considered to be on the same path as he."
Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche

So, how much of the philosophical system of Buddhism can we  reconstruct independently of Buddhist sources?    And why 'reverse engineer' Buddhism?     What's the purpose of attempting to derive a skeletal framework of  Buddhist doctrine from reason and observation alone?    More here