Curso - CIÊNCIA,

International Symposium for Contemplative Studies Mind and Life Institute

Tipo de Conteúdo: Evento Data do Evento: 13 – 20 Novembro Local do evento: San Diego, USA Descrição: After 15 years of collaboration between contemplatives and neuroscientists, what have we learned and what are the outstanding questions? Corpo: Keynote Speaker  of the “Compassionate Eye” Photography Exhibition. After 15 years of collaboration between contemplatives and neuroscientists, what have […]

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Tipo de Conteúdo: Evento

Data do Evento: 13 – 20 Novembro

Local do evento: San Diego, USA

Descrição: After 15 years of collaboration between contemplatives and neuroscientists, what have we learned and what are the outstanding questions?

Corpo:

Keynote Speaker  of the “Compassionate Eye” Photography Exhibition.

After 15 years of collaboration between contemplatives and neuroscientists, what have we learned and what are the outstanding questions?

Join two renowned leaders in the field of contemplative studies for a conversation exploring the philosophical and scientific issues fundamental to the investigation of well-being, from the perspective of Matthieu Ricard, a renowned Tibetan Buddhist monk and teacher, and Richard J. Davidson, founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
These two luminaries will consider the possibility of cultivating well-being through secular programs, and they will discuss the history and current status of contemplative-neuroscience collaboration.

Don’t miss this opening-night keynote address. Registration for ISCS is picking up with only five weeks left until registration closes on October 31. Space is limited, so register now to secure your place at the marquee conference in the field of contemplative sciences.

More information on: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/iscs-2016/

Escrito por
Matthieu Ricard

Monge budista, autor, tradutor e fotógrafo. Autor de vários best-sellers e um orador de destaque. Vive no Nepal onde trabalha na preservação da cultura tibetana e em cerca de trinta projectos humanitários.

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