In case you missed it: the full Mind and Life 2013

Below are the youtube recordings of this year’s Mind and Life conference, “Mind, Brain and Matter – Critical Conversations Between Buddhist Thought and Science.” You can watch them individually or download them (as video or mp3) at their website. The description from there reads:

Twenty of the world’s foremost scientists and philosophers with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and other senior Tibetan scholars will address topics over the course of the week that include the historical sweep of science and the revolutions in our understanding of our physical universe and the nature of the mind. Scientific and the classical Buddhist philosophical methods of inquiry will be studied, as well as selected topics in quantum physics, neuroscience, and Buddhist and contemporary Western views of consciousness. In addition, the applications of contemplative practices in clinical and educational settings will be explored.

Day 1 (am and pm)
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Day 2 (am and pm)
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Day 3 (am and pm)
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Day 4 (am and pm)
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Day 5 (am and pm)
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Day 6 (am only)
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(forthcoming videos will be added here once they are available)

PARTICIPANTS (from the official website)
Tenzin Gyatso
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

Michel Bitbol, PhD
Directeur de Recherche
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Khen Rinpoche Jangchup Choeden
Abbott
Gaden Shartse Monastery

Richard Davidson, PhD
Founder and Chair
Center for Investigating Healthy Minds University of Wisconsin-Madison

Sona Dimidjian, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience University of Colorado at Boulder

James R. Doty, MD
Director
Center for the Study of Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
Stanford University

John Durant, PhD
Adjunct Professor Science,Technology & Society Program Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Anne Harrington, PhD
Professor
Department of the History of Science Harvard University

Wendy Hasenkamp, PhD
Program and Research Director Mind & Life Institute

Thupten Jinpa, PhD
Adjunct Professor McGill University Chairman Mind & Life Institute

Bryce Johnson, PhD
Director Science for Monks Staff Scientist Exploratorium

Geshe Lhakdor
Director
Library of Tibetan Works and Archives

Rajesh Kasturirangan, PhD
Associate Professor
National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore

Christof Koch, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer Allen Institute for Brain Science

Geshe Dadul Namgyal
Member and Translator/Interpreter Emory-Tibet Science Initiative Emory University

Lobsang Tenzin Negi, PhD
Senior Lecturer Emory University

Vijayalakshmi Ravindranath, PhD
Professor and Chair Centre for Neuroscience
at the Indian Institute of Science

Matthieu Ricard, PhD
Buddhist Monk Shechen Monastery

Geshe Ngawang Samten
Vice Chancellor
Central University of Tibetan Studies

Tania Singer, PhD
Director
Department of Social Neuroscience Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Aaron Stern
Founder and President
The Academy for the Love of Learning

Diana Chapman Walsh, PhD
President Emerita
Wellesley College Governing Board Member
The Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard

Carol Worthman, PhD
Professor Department of Anthropology Emory-Tibet Science Initiative Emory University

Arthur Zajonc, PhD
President Mind & Life Institute

  • oscar ardiles urrutia

    Thank you so much, Justin.
    Great link & post again!

    Oscar AU
    Chile

  • DP530

    There’s much to be learned by bringing together ancient spirituality and modern science. You might say that Buddhism and the scientific method share an empirical method of determining truth, perhaps a radically empirical one as explained here: http://empiricalmag.blogspot.com/2012/12/from-empirical-archives-radically.html


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