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Consciousness at the crossroads:conversations with the Dalai Lama on brainscience and Buddhism
Author Bstan-dzin-rgya-mtsho ; His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama=第十四世達賴喇嘛
Date1999.10
Pages185
PublisherSnow Lion Publications
Publisher Url http://www.snowlionpub.com/
LocationIthaca, NY, US [伊薩卡, 紐約州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
NotePaperback
KeywordConsciousness;Brain Science; Psychology; Dalai Lama;
Table of contents
1. Opening Remarks:Brain Science as a Path to World Peace
2. Toward a Natural Science of The Mind
The Philosophical Roots of Science
On Perceptions, Representation and Conceptualization
Mind and Brain:One and the Same?
A Materialist Critique of Dualism
The Technological Bias fo Mind/Brain Metaphors
3. The Buddhist Response
A Middle Path Between Dualism and Materialism
4. The Spectrum of Consciousness:From Gross to Subtle
When Does Consciousness Begin?
On Spectualization and Adaptation
The Continuity of Subtle Consciousness
Comsmology and the Orgins of Consciousness
5. Mapping Brain Functions:The Evidence of Damage to Specific Brain Regions
Categorical Distinctions in Consciousness
The Brain's Representation of Body Awareness
ISBN1559391278
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Created date1999.07.02



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