17-19
AUGUST
2023
Ulan-Ude, Republic of Buryatia

DISCUSSION PANEL 1

Worldview Principles of Buddhism in the Context

of Modern Challenges

broadcast:
Moderators
Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology and Tibetology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude)
Institute of Asian and African Countries, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia, Moscow)
Keynote speakers:
1. Chuluun Sampildondov, Director of the Genghis Khan National Museum (Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar). The First Monasteries of Northern Mongolia in the 17th Century.

2. Safronova Aleksandra Lvovna, Institute of Asian and African Countries, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia, Moscow). Classical and Modern Buddhology in South Asia as the Historical Center of the Buddhist Tradition.

3. Kim Yong Un, Leading Researcher, Institute of China and Modern Asia, Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Moscow). The Influence of Buddhism on the Development of Philosophical Thought in South Korea.

4. Orenburg Mikhail Yulievich, Faculty of Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia, Moscow). Buddhist philosophy and scientific rationality.

5. Siddhartha Maharjan (Bhikshu Nigrodha) Theravada Buddhist Academy, All Nepal Bhikkhu Association, (Nepal, Kathmandu). Traditional Buddhism and the Challenges of Modernity.
Participants:
1. Abaeva Lyubov Lubsanovna, Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology and Tibetology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddhist Ideas and Practices in the Mongolian World (Khamag Mongol).

2. Parami Bhaddanta, International Theravāda Buddhist Missionary University (Myanmar, Yangon). Mindfulness Meditation in Buddhism.

3. Bista Mukunda, Byoma Kusuma Buddharma Sangha (Nepal, Kathmandu). Traditional Buddhism and the Challenges of Modernity.

4. Chu Văn Tuấn, Institute for Religious Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. Buddhism in Vietnam and Challenges of the Modern World)

5. Shatravsky Sergei Iosifovich, Saints Methodius and Cyrill Institute of Theology, Belarusian State University (Belarus, Minsk). Buddhism Through the Eyes of Christian Apologists in the Works of V.A. Kozhevnikov.

6. Bagaeva Ksenia Anatolyevna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Worldview Values of Buddhism as a Factor of Adaptation in Modern Society.

7. Sandakova Lyudmila Garmaevna (Baldanovna), Institute of Physical Materials Science, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddhist Logic as a Means of Knowing the Dharma and the Perspective of Modern Epistemology.

8. Dorzhieva Dorzhema Lubsanovna, Center for Oriental Manuscripts and Xylographs, Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology and Tibetology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (1820-1892) in the History of the Rime Movement.

9. Bernyukevich Tatyana Vladimirovna, National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (Russia, Moscow). Receptions of Buddhism in the Russian Culture in the 19th-20th Centuries.

10. Khaliullina Nuria Usmanovna, Bashkir State Pedagogical University named after M. Akmulla (Russia, Ufa), Sokolov Sergey Makarovich, East Siberia State University of Technology and Management (Russia, Ulan-Ude). On the Issue of the Relationship of Buddhism with Christianity and Islam.

11. Dandaron Medegma Bidiyaevna, East Siberian State Institute of Culture (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Philosophical Views of Bidia Dandaronovich Dandaron.

12. Alekseeva Maria Sergeevna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). The Concept of Ahimsa in the Philosophical and Religious Systems of India.

13. Ayakova Zhargal Ayushievna, V.R. Filippov Buryat State Agricultural Academy (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddhist University Volunteers: Effective Altruism as Overcoming the Worldly.

14. Lenkhoboeva Tatyana Robertovna, East Siberia State University of Technology and Management (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Reception of the Ecological Ethics of Buddhism in the Works of Scientists from the Buddhist Republics of Russia.

15. Matskevich Andrey Yurievich, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Max Weber: the Ideal Typical Image of Buddhism.

16. Radnaeva Elvira Lvovna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). The Use of the Anti-Criminogenic Potential and the Moral Foundations of Buddhist Philosophy in the Prevention of Crime.

17. Myakhanova Alexandra Nikolaevna, Gunzynov Zhargal Palamovich, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Correlation Between the Categories of "Bad Deed" and "Offense" from the Point of View of Buddhist Philosophy.

18. Tat Vebol, Personal Secretary and Protocol of His Holiness Tep Vong, Great Supreme Patriarch of Cambodia (Cambodia, Phnom Penh).

19. Pallekande Rathanasara Thero, Chief Magistrate of Sri Lanka, Deputy Chairman of the Sri Lanka-Russia Friendship Society (Sri Lanka, Colombo).

20. Pallewela Devarskkitha Thero, Director of Subadrarama Pirivena, (Sri Lanka, Nugegoda).

21. Maliduwa Amarawansa Thero, Abbot of Shi Wijaynanda Purana Viharaya (Sri Lanka, Akuressa).

22. Mahapatra Aniket, Mogalmari Buddhist Association, West Bengal (India, Kolkata).

23. Phupu Chhembe Sherpa Khenpo/Geshe Thubten Jikdol, President of Buddhist Philosophy Promotion and Monastery Development Committee (Nepal, Kathmandu).

24. Khenpo Ugen Namgyel, Chief Monk of the Royal Temple of Bhutan (Bhutan, Thimpu).

25. Ashi Nyana Vara, Lecturer at the Sitagu International Buddhist Academy (Myanmar, Yangon).

26. Pha Sophea, Buddhist teacher (Cambodia, Phnom Penh).

27. Hu Xuefeng, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Buddhist Association, Rector of the Yonghegong Temple (PRC, Beijing).

28. Dr Purushottam Rana, Professor of Buddhist Studies, Nava Nalanda Mahavihara Institute (India).

29. Ms Karma Dhikik Bhutia, Buddhist scholar (India).

30. Dr. Phuntsog Dolma), Buddhist scholar (India, Delhi).

Partners

Supported by the Roskongress Foundation