Dharma in the Age of the Network
David Chapman is a writer, computer scientist, engineer and Buddhist practitioner. He blogs on several sites including the hypertext book Meaningness.com.
In part two of a conversation on ethics with David Chapman and Vincent Horn, the discussion continues to explore a series of blog articles that David wrote on the theme of “Buddhist ethics”. They consider the usefulness of tantric ethics, examine Western Buddhism in context of Robert Kegan’s 5-stage developmental psychology model, and they speculate on how Western Buddhism might move into a next stage (stage 5: reconstructive postmodernism) of development.
This is part two of a two part series. Listen to part one “Buddhist Ethics is a Fraud”. - http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2016/04/buddhist-ethics-fraud/
- David Chapman on Twitter
- “Buddhist ethics” is a fraud by David Chapman https://meaningness.wordpress.com/2015/09/23/buddhist-ethics-is-a-fraud/#summary
- Consensus Buddhism and Mindful Mayo
- Robert Kegan https://www.gse.harvard.edu/faculty/robert-kegan
- In Over Our Heads: The Mental Demands of Modern Life. Harvard University Press, 1994. (Paperback, 1995).
- (German translation, Kindt Verlag, in press), (1994) by Robert Kegan http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674445888
- "The Further Reaches of Adult Development" - Robert Kegan https://youtu.be/BoasM4cCHBc