Lec 15 - University of California, Berkeley Engineering 124...

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University of California, Berkeley Professor Kastenberg Engineering 124 Impacts of Technology on Society Engineering 124 Lecture 15 Mar. 13, 2007 Hindu to Buddhist Ethics o Ahimsa : Non-Violence o Annata : No Enduring Self o Dukka : Suffering o Annica : The world is constantly changing and in flux Five things to being human and open hearted o Jin, Chen-tzu, Li, Te, Wen Zen Buddhism : sui shih ying yung o “accord with the situation, respond as needed” Taoism (Daoism) : Wu Wei : “go with the flow” o “conduct without precedent” o Life is like water, water will always win I the end Objective of the course o Taking what you learned to use virtuosity to accord for situations o Develop wisdom to make the right decisions when they arrive Taoism (Daoism) 604 BC, Lao Tzu (Means the “old boy”) o Older than Buddha, Greek Philosopher, Confucius o Tao Teh Ching, the teachings of Lao Tzu Second most published book next to the bible o Confucianism is living in the world, Taoism is living over the world
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