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Spring 2006

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Worlds Apart

A skeptical George Johnson takes in the Dalai Lama’s inaugural “Dialogues between Neuroscience and Society” lecture at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.

By George Johnson


Immaterial Evidence

In his recent book, The Universe in a Single Atom, the Dalai Lama argues for the immateriality of mind. B. Alan Wallace explains why this just may make perfect sense.

By B. Alan Wallace | Artwork by James Kerr
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Buddha Buzz Spring 2006

Big Box Dharma In an effort to bring Buddhism back to the people, Thai Culture Minister Uraiwan Thienthong recently proposed building “solace corners” in department stores and malls. Two malls have signed on, but not everyone thinks taking the dharma to market is such a good idea, with several senators objecting to what they interpret […]

By Tricycle


Traveling Man: Off the map, on the path

  Beyond the House of the False Lama: Travels with Monks, Nomads, and OutlawsGeorge CraneSan Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005320 pp.; $24.95 (cloth) Once, while in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, I met several Buddhist monks who invited me to visit their monastery in Dalat, a destination that had not even been on my original itinerary. The trip […]

By Paul W. Morris