Lou Marinoff Lecture

Lou Marinoff at the Ikeda Center

Karma, said Lou Marinoff, is traditionally understood as “the ripening fruits of action.” In Cambridge on September 21 to celebrate the publication of his new dialogue with Daisaku Ikeda, The Inner Philosopher: Conversations on Philosophy’s Transformative Power, Dr. Marinoff observed that “this book is the very ripe fruit of a lot of little actions” that were taken over the last few years. During his presentation, he reflected on the book’s creation and offered a vision of philosophy based on twin commitments to the alleviation of suffering and the practicing of virtues. He also drew comparisons between Western and Buddhist philosophy.

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