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Buddhism and science : allies or enemies?
This essay discusses the areas where Buddhism and science converge, what they can learn from each other, and what will remain unique to each in terms of issues of causality, morality, and the pursuit ...
Common ground, common cause : Buddhism and science on the afflictions of identity
Buddhist scholar William Waldron attempts to understand the reasons for human evil and the causes of suffering based on the viewpoint of Indian Buddhism and the biological and social sciences. (Zach R...
Samsara divided by zero : can chaos theory help us understand enlightenment?
Thānissaro Bhikkhu, a Western monk trained in the Thai Buddhist tradition, explores non-linear causality and the assertion that Buddhist enlightenment is uncaused. He introduces Poincaré's discovery...
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Buddhism & science : breaking new ground
This volume contains contributions from prominent Buddhists, scholars, physicists, neurologists, and others on topics where Buddhism and the sciences share common ground. The book is divided into thre...
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