The Ideological Turn; new podcast episode challenges Buddhists

This is...The Ideological Turn On your marks, get Set, Go! Yes, yes, a new turn has been churned out of the creative imagination of yours truly in accordance with the tradition of The Great Feast. Three diners sit around this turn’s table and it’s a rather European affair. Two Frenchmen and an Italian hold centre … Continue reading The Ideological Turn; new podcast episode challenges Buddhists

64. IBP: Adam Robbert on Philosophy as a Way of Life

Podcast meets Podcast. Adam Robbert from the Sideview boards the Imperfect Buddha to discuss the work of Pierre Hardot, author of Philosophy as a Way of Life, along with a long list of our shared favourite topics. We get into the nitty-gritty of the practising life, contemplation, reflection, embodied consciousness and martial arts, the path … Continue reading 64. IBP: Adam Robbert on Philosophy as a Way of Life

63. IBP: Daniel Ingram on Integral Theory

"Hmmm, this one's gonna be good." Off we go with our first long-form interview/conversation for 2020, and it’s with returning guest Daniel Ingram! Are you ready for more? It seems that many of you are. Back in 2019 when Daniel was visiting here in Trieste, we discussed a range of topics we might cover on … Continue reading 63. IBP: Daniel Ingram on Integral Theory

61. IBP: Dr Michelle Haslam & her psychological report on the controversial New Kadampa Tradition

(The Dalai Lama is pointing at you NKT!) This is our fourth foray into the land of Buddhism, Cults and Cult-like behaviours across mainstream Buddhist groups. Let’s be honest, this topic is always perversely interesting. If you missed out on our past episodes covering these topics, there are links and short intros below to those … Continue reading 61. IBP: Dr Michelle Haslam & her psychological report on the controversial New Kadampa Tradition