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[探索发现] 2016-05-06 BBC:古代圣贤:佛祖释迦牟尼 Buddha-32

 

 

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第一集 Buddha  古代圣贤:佛祖释迦牟尼

 

历史学家贝特妮·休斯(Bettany Hughes)游历印度、希腊、和中国以追寻三位古代世界的哲学巨人——佛祖释迦牟尼、苏格拉底和孔子——的足迹。她首先来到印度;当年,佛祖离开了他的家人和故土,踏上了寻求终结人类苦难的方法的哲学旅程。接着她转道前往希腊,并详细描述了苏格拉底是如何成就了他的名声。最后来到中国探寻孔子,被广泛誉为第一位对重要的社会、政治和伦理问题采取了系统性的哲学处理的中国思想家。


Historian Bettany Hughes travels to India, Greece and China on the trail of three giants of ancient philosophy. To begin, she investigates the revolutionary ideas of the Buddha.


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[Homework]2016-05-06 BBC:古代圣贤:佛祖释迦牟尼 Buddha-32

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[Homework]2016-05-06 BBC:古代圣贤:佛祖释迦牟尼 Buddha-32

We're told that here A's sadistic head torturer would prise open the mouths of his victims and pour molten copper down their throats. But then around 262BC, following a particularly pitiless and bloody victory, A suddenly had a sickening realization of all the suffering that he caused, and his change of heart could not be more dramatic, invoking the non violent teachings of the Buddha, and declaring his heartfelt remorse for all his murderous actions, he vowed that from here on in, he would govern righteously.
The reformed emperor set his new beliefs in stone, he sort out sites associated with the Buddha's life and erected pillars up to 15 meters high. In doing so he marked them out for the benefit of future pilgrims.
He had inscriptions like this carved into stone right across his empire, but these edicts didn't lionise his victories in battle, instead they declared his revulsion of violence and urged his subjects to live moral and compassionate lives.
                                                   
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We’re told here Ashoka’s sadistic head torturer would prised to open the mouths of his victims and poured molten copper down their throats. But then around 262BC following a particularly pitiless and bloody victory, Ashoka suddenly had a sickening realization of all the suffering that he caused. And his change of heart could not be more dramatic, invoking non-violent teachings of the Buddha, and declared his hearth felt remorse for his murderous actions. He He vowed to some herein, he would govern righteously. The reformed emperor set his new beliefs stones. He sort out sites associated with the Buddha’s life and erected pillars up to 15 meters high. In doing so, he marked them out for benefit for future’s pilgrim. He had inscriptions like this, carved into the stones right cross his empire. But these edicts didn’t lionize his victories in battle. Instead it declared its revulsion of violence and urged to subjects to live moral and compassionate lives.
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We told that here A’s sadistic head torturer would prise open the mouth of his victims and pour molten copper down their throats. But then around 262 BC, following a particularly pitiless and bloody victory, A suddenly had a sickening realization of all the suffering that he caused and his change of heart could not be more dramatic, invoking the non-violence teachings of the Buddha and declaring his heartfelt remorse ** his murderous actions, he vowed that does some herein, he would govern righteously.
The reformed emperor set his new beliefs in stone. He sorted out sites associated with the Buddha’s life and erected pillars up to 15 meters high, in doing so he marked them out for the beneficial future pilgrims.
He had inscriptions like this, carved it into stone right across his empire, but those edicts didn’t lionize his victory in battle, instead they declared his revulsion of violence and urged his subjects to leave more and compassionate lives.
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