Krishnaraj Rao
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How to reconcile Buddhist Cosmology with modern worldview, especially astronomy?
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How does "thought-provoking dissonance" in Zen Buddhist dialectics differ from "wrong speech"?
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Can another being/thing be credited or blamed for causing your emotions?
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Does "empirical evidence" challenge "scriptural authority"?
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Can Buddhism be "modernized" by discarding the supernatural mythological content?
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Can a Buddhist truthfully say, "You insulted / offended / angered / hurt me?"
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Is Mind in Buddhism connected to Brain (the physical organ)?
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Was Gautama Buddha a believer of the religious beliefs prevalent in his time and in his cultural context?
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How are the 31 planes of existence (especially Bṛhatphala planes) a practical metaphor?
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Why is a sotāpanna defined as unable to take another teacher and unable to commit matricide?
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How to work for liberating ALL living beings?
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Was The Buddha only human, or was he super-human?
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Can the elements of Buddhist Cosmology be confirmed?
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What do secular Buddhists say about Nirvana?
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Is it necessary for a Buddhist to believe that existence is suffering?
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Are there examples of humor and irreverence in Buddhist scriptures?
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Do modern-day Buddhists take "Mara The Evil One" literally?
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A thought-experiment about the importance of Buddhist traditions
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How sacrosanct is the "source material" of Buddhism?
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The needs of the same human being may differ at different stages of life. Can there be one Dharma for all stages?