Neuroethics: Tuesday August 19, 2008
Concerning my review of Glannon’s “Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science”.Tags: ethics, neuroethics, review
On Desire: Wednesday April 16, 2008
Link to online review of William B. Irvine’s On DesireTags: desire, review
The Sutras of Abu Ghraib: Tuesday October 30, 2007
Aidan Delgado on Buddhism, ethics and the war in Iraq.Tags: abu ghraib, aidan delgado, iraq, review
Music in the Sky: Book Review: Wednesday August 3, 2005
An account of the early life of the 17th Karmapa, and a collection of his teachings…Tags: biography, kagyu, karmapa, review, tibet
Blue Poppies: Book Review: Tuesday August 2, 2005
A novel in which a Scottish radio operator leads an entire Tibetan village into exile.Tags: blue poppies, jonathan falla, novel, review
For All My Walking: Review: Monday August 1, 2005
Free-form haiku from the cantankerous wandering poet, Taneda Santoka.Tags: haiku, review, santoka
The Buddha and the Sahibs: Review: Monday August 1, 2005
Charles Allen goes in pursuit of the British orientalistsTags: buddhism, history, review
Longing for Certainty: Meditation Book Review: Friday July 29, 2005
Bhikkhu Nyanasobhano’s poetic reflections on meditation.Tags: meditation, review, suffering
Zen and Philosophy: Book Review: Friday July 29, 2005
A review of Michiko Yusa’s impressive book on the life of Nishida Kitaro.Tags: nishida, philosophy, review, zen
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