Meditating and Knowing: Sunday January 3, 2010
The limits of the mind, and meditation.Tags: meditation, phenomenology, rhetoric, science, susan blackmore
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Meditation, cartography and the territory of the mind.Tags: hakuin, husserl, introspectionism, mind, phenomenology, prasangika, wundt
What Attention Lays Bare: Sunday May 27, 2007
Husserl, meditation and the quest for certainty.Tags: attention, buddhism, husserl, meditation, phenomenology, zen
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