Since the time of Galileo, science and religion have increasingly appeared to be at odds, with religion slowly but surely losing the battle, B. Alan Wallace observes. His series presents a paradigm in which science and…
Sweets and Suffering
A Won Buddhist teacher on how we consume suffering and how suffering consumes us
Material and Spiritual Balance
A central concern of Won Buddhism, one of only a few forms of Buddhism founded since industrialization, is finding the balance between our material and spiritual lives. Dr. Bokin Kim, a Won minister and President of…
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Being Content with What We Have
The next thing you buy won’t make you happy, but a different attitude may.
It Needs Saying
Buddhism is not a philosophy, science, psychotherapy, or culture. It is a religion.
Six Questions for B. Alan Wallace
An interview about Buddhism, science, and the nature of mind
We Are Not Kind Machines
A Radical Rejection of Scientific Buddhism
Are we kidding our selves?
In the January 22nd, 2010 Times Literary Supplement, the philosopher Peter Hacker considers Galen Strawson’s book Selves, which at 452 pages seems like a dense and weighty philosophical tome. In his review, Hacker traces the use…
David Brooks on “neural Buddhism”
David Brooks discusses the “militant materialism of some modern scientists” then says: Over the past several years, the momentum has shifted away from hard-core materialism. The brain seems less like a cold machine. It does not…
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