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Bristol Festival of Ideas

FAITH AND BELIEF: BUDDHISM WITHOUT SUPERSTITION? – BRISTOL, 13 MARCH. Buddhism is often described as a philosophy rather than a religion, but many of its tenets, such as those of karma and rebirth, appear to be justified more by faith than scientific evidence. So can you accept any key Buddhist claims without taking on supernatural beliefs? Julian Baggini will discuss these issues with the philosopher Owen Flanagan and writer Tim Lott. At the Watershed, 19:45. Full details and booking here.


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