Comment: I found this site Buddhism for Beginners which provides core teachings in Buddhist philosophy, including the eightfold path, the middle way, dependent origination, and more. Worth the look if you wish to have a quick overview of the core teachings.
A gilded dharmachakra (wheel of law) at the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet’s capital, represents the Buddha’s first sermon, where he first “turned the wheel of dharma,” and his subsequent teachings of four noble truths and eightfold path. | VANESSAL / Alamy Stock Photo
The Buddha began and ended his teaching career with a discussion of the eightfold path, guidelines for living ethically, training the mind, and cultivating wisdom that brings an end to the causes of suffering. He spoke of the path in his first sermon immediately after his awakening and in the last teaching he gave on his deathbed 45 years later. The eightfold path is the fourth noble truth, the way to awakening.