Overlooking the Observer – What Buddhism seeks to address

The Nature of Reality: A Dialogue Between a Buddhist Scholar and a Theoretical Physicist

Some reflections on Buddhist scholar’s Alan Wallace’s argument.

We left something out…And that is us. A blind spot in the scientific view. Introspection plays no role whatsoever in material determinism. We are more ignorant about consciousness than we are of distant galaxies and the nucleus of the atom. (which is the strength of the west).

We have ignored Asia for 2500 years. We lack methods of rigorous first person inquiry into the mind.

Buddhism is a radical imperial way to investigate the nature of reality from the inside out.

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“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.”- Michel Legrand

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