Truth is a Red Herring

Ken McLeod

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Known for his ability to explain difficult and subtle teachings, Ken McLeod is one of the more innovative teachers of Buddhism today. In this conversation with host Vincent Horn, McLeod takes on one of the most elusive of topics: the Truth.

They begin the conversation by examining the supposition that the path to enlightenment is ultimately to find the Truth. The two then examine the role and representation of the Truth in context of spiritual practice, psychological well being, and philosophical inquiry. They then explore the parallels of Truth and enlightenment and how each idea is shaped and defined by the culture and by the individual.

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Ken McLeod with Vincent Horn