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Consciousness Studies (29)


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Buddhism and Cognitive Science: Contributions to an Enlarged Discourse
Introduces a series of papers on Buddhism and cognitive science in a special section of Pacific World : The Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies. The author discusses the points of cont...
How do I know thee? Let me count the ways : meditation and basic cognitive processes
Eleanor Rosch discusses Buddhist themes and practices of letting go bias, developing groundedness and awareness, as well Buddhist ways of thinking about time and spontaneous action. She relates these ...
Investigating the mind [videorecording] : session 1 : attention & cognitive control
On a September weekend in 2003 at M.I.T., psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers met with the Dalai Lama and Buddhists scholars to discuss Buddhist and scientific perspectives on attention, ...
MindScience : an east-west dialogue
MindScience is a record of a conference that took place between the Dalai Lama and psychologists, psychiatrists, neuroscientists, and psychobiologists at Harvard Medical School in March 24, 199...
On becoming aware : a pragmatics of experiencing
Drawing its main source of inspiration from a naturalized interpretation of Husserlian phenomenology, On Becoming Aware: A Pragmatics of Experiencing attempts to examine closely the nature of e...
Pacific World: Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Third Series, Num. 4
This special issue of Pacific World includes essays presented during a conference on Buddhism and cognitive science hosted by the Institute of Buddhist Studies and the Center for Theology and t...
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 ...
The Relevance of the Buddhist Theory of Dependent Co-origination to Cognitive Science
The canonical Buddhist account of the cognitive processes underlying our experience of the world prefigures recent developments in neuroscience. The developments in question are centered on two main ...
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...
Toward an evolution of mind : implications for the faithful
This article provides a contemporary understanding of the human mind according to the viewpoint of sociobiology and evolutionary psychology. The author outlines the principles of natural selection as ...

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