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Re-thinking nursing science through the understanding of Buddhism
Western thought has dominated scientific development for a long time, and nursing has not escaped the influence of such ideology. Nurse scholars, in an attempt to fit the dominant scientific ideology,...
Exploring the nature and functions of the mind : a Tibetan Buddhist meditative perspective
The Tibetan Buddhist classification of mind, its divisions and the system of meditation practices aimed at achieving ideal states of being are a complex presentation of psychological, behavioral and s...
Meditation, esoteric traditions--contributions to psychotherapy
This article is a brief introduction to several different Eastern systems of philosophy and therapy. It surveys the Buddhist contributions and several contemporary applications of traditional meditati...
Environmental problems and Buddhist ethics : from the perspective of the consciousness-only doctrine
The Buddhist concept of Mind-Only or Consciousness-Only provides a dynamic model of mental functioning wherein everything that appears to the individual ultimately arises from the mind or, in Sanskrit...
Buddhism and science : on the nature of the dialogue
Buddhist scholar José Cabezón looks at the history of the dialogue between Buddhism and science. He outlines the way Buddhism has been an object of scientific investigation in various ways and the e...
[Interrelations of Buddhism and classical Indian medicine]
In ancient India, two branches of knowledge are concerned with human suffering, trying to theoretically explain as well as to practically overcome its reasons: (practical) philosophy and medicine. In ...
Universals in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism
This article compares Tibetan Buddhist philosophical ideas with those of Indian presentations on the topic of “real universals as the objective referents of general terms.” The article f...
Some Remarks on Madhyamaka Doctrine (Śūnyavāda)
This short paper gives brief overview of Madhyamaka philosophy, and notes that there is a strong tradition of literature on Madhyamaka in Mongolia. (Ben Deitle 2006-02-28)
On the Relationship between Dharmottara, Śāntarakṣita and Kamalaśīla
In this article, the author povides further support for the argument that Kamalaśīla refuted theories held by Dharmottara, and Dharmottara refuted theories held by Śāntarak...
Some Doubts About the Evaluation of the Ten sNying po’i mdos and Tathāgatagarbha Thought
This article criticizes some earlier interpretations of Tsongkhapa’s (tsong kha pa) philosophy which concluded that he was in agreement with the theory of tathāgatagarbha and ś&#x...
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