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1/2020

REIGN OF TERROR IN MONGOLIA 1920-1990

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This research-oriented study presents a true picture of modern political history of Mongolia in the context of Soviet-Mongol relationship, and gives, in details, an analytical description of the unknown side of Mongolian society.

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1/2020

Impression of “A concise history of mongolian philosophy-ver . Jpn"

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This summer, Dr. Dashpurev's book, "A Concise History of Mongolian Philosophy" was published in Japanese version. This is really a memorable thing. Because, there are the books of some Mongolian history in Japanese, but the book which wrote it about Mongolian thought and philosophy is not in Japanese. So, there was a big response from readers. Lets introduce the voice of one reader to all of you.

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1/2020

THE MONGOLIAN MIND

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Dr.D.Dashpurev is the Founder and the Director of the Institute of International Studies as well as the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Sciences in Mongolia. He served as the Chief of Department of Philosophy and the Director of Institute of Philosophy, sociology in the Academy of Sciences of Mongolia. From 1989 to 1997, he was the Secretary of Working Group of Mongolia-Japan " Gobi Project".

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12/2019

SOME PHENOMENOLOGICAL IDEAS IN MONGOLIAN BUDDHISM

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SOME PHENOMENOLOGICAL IDEAS IN MONGOLIAN BUDDHISM D.Dashpurev, Dr/Sc.D/, Prof Abstract: Siddhartha Gautama formed Buddhism in India in the 5th century BC /563-483BC/. His main idea was salvation of human life from the suffering through enlightenment holistic meditation. This enlightenment and psychological Buddhist meditation can to help everyone following Buddhist philosophical teachings about the meaning of human life. During several hundred years Buddhism slowly changed and had been separated into different philosophical schools, religious tendencies as well as the following: As a religion, Buddhism has two kinds of tendency: Theravada or Hinayana (its other name is the small or lesser vehicle), and Mahayana (the other name being the large or greater vehicle). Generally, Buddhism has four philosophical schools such as Vashasika, Sautrantika, Yogcara and Madhyamaka.

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7

11/2019

NEW BOOK

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Mongolian people, rooting their life into great landscape of natural environment and historically and traditionally living their nomadic life have uniquely cultivated philosophical thoughts corresponding to them.

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10/2019

Periodicals

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The institute has been publishing it's periodicals "Philosophy Sociology Political Science" one, two, three, fourth volumes

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