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Meditation and the self regulation of learning : a link between health science and religion
Joseph Loizzo is a psychiatrist and a Ph.D in religious studies with a focus on Buddhism. In this lecture, he discusses meditation and its relation to health practice and research. He asks why meditat...
Studying “no mind” : the future of orthogonal approaches
This is a paper on cognitive science and Buddhism. I will comment on the consequences of living in a world increasingly framed by science, and ways in which the situation may change as both cognitive ...
External, internal, and nondual space
This paper, by B. Alan Wallace, is based on a lecture he gave at the 26th Mystics and Science Conference at King Alfred's College, WInchester, England on April 13, 2003. The abstract of the paper is b...
The mind and the brain : neuroplasticity and the power of mental force
The Mind and the Brain, co-written by psychiatrist Jeffrey M. Schwartz and Wall Street Journal writer Sharon Begley, looks at the question of the relation between the brain and the mind drawing...
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 ...
The journey : searching for out origins part 2
This is part one of a two part webcast featuring an interdisciplinary discussion between a Buddhist, Christian, and agnostic/scientist focussing fundamental questions about human origins, evolution, t...
The intersubjective worlds of science and religion
B. Alan Wallace, a scholar of Buddhism and science, gives a lecture on the role of science and religion in human experience. He focusses particularly on how the mind can be considered amenable to scie...
The retinal blind spot in the scientific vision of our origins
In this webcast, B. Alan Wallace, a scholar of Buddhism and science, looks at the history and philosophy of science. Drawing extensively on his background in the cognitive and physical sciences, he ar...
The journey : searching for out origins part 1
This is part one of a two part webcast featuring an interdisciplinary discussion between a Buddhist, Christian, and agnostic/scientist focussing fundamental questions about human origins, evolution, t...
The taboo of subjectivity : toward a new science of consciousness
In this book Alan Wallace, a scholar and practitioner of Buddhism and with a background in science, argues for a new science of consciousness that takes subjectivity into account. He makes the point t...
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