Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research Volume 6 Issue 10

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Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research Volume 6 Issue 10
 

Michael Mensky, Quantum Worldview & Buddhism

Authored by Quantum Dream Inc.
Edition: 1

Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research ("JCER," http://www.jcer.com) is a publication in which scientists, philosophers and other learned scholars publish their research results and express their views on the nature, origin and mechanism of consciousness. In doing so, we hope that one day we will be able to arrive at a genuine science of consciousness.

This is JCER Volume 6 Issue 10 entitled "Michael Mensky, Quantum Worldview & Buddhism" and first published in October 2015. It is a Focus Issue featuring Graham P. Smetham's work and contains the following: (1) Introduction to Focus Issue: Michael Mensky, Consciousness & Buddhism; (2) Life in Parallel Worlds & Buddhist Psycho-Metaphysics: Parallels & Interconnections Between the Quantum Spiritual Worldview of Michael B. Mensky and Buddhism (Part I); (3) Life in Parallel Worlds & Buddhist Psycho-Metaphysics: Parallels & Interconnections Between the Quantum Spiritual Worldview of Michael B. Mensky and Buddhism (Part II); (4) Why Us: Trespassing on an Anthropic Lawn (Part I); (5) Why Us: Trespassing on an Anthropic Lawn (Part II); (6) Leonard Susskind: Stringing Together a Materialist Darwinian Cosmic Megaverse Landscape; (7) Engaging Buddhism with a False Imagination: Reflections on Some Misrepresentations of Buddhist Philosophy by Western philosophers, & a Quantum Buddhist Mind-only Solution (Part I); and (8) Engaging Buddhism with a False Imagination: Reflections on Some Misrepresentations of Buddhist Philosophy by Western philosophers, & a Quantum Buddhist Mind-only Solution (Part II).


Publication Date:
2015-10-29
ISBN/EAN13:
151947718X / 9781519477187
Page Count:
172
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Science / Cognitive Science




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