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Buddhadharma : Summer 2009
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly summer 20 0 9 84 SELFLESS INSIGHT Zen and the Meditative Transformations of Consciousness James H. Austin “Analytic philosophy of mind sees per- sons as much less substantial and ego centered than Cartesian rationalism, which posits that my essence is my immutable self, my soul. Neuroscience finds no soul, no central headquar- ters that is me. And Zen teaches how to flourish in a world where you are nothing rather than something. Austin’s Selfless Insight takes us on an insightful tour of a certain postmodern space where we meet the Heraclitean processes that we are.” — Owen Flanagan, Duke University and author of The Really Hard Problem 352 pp., 18 illus. in black & white and color, $29.95 cloth The MIT Press The MIT Press To order call 800-405-1619 • http://mitpress.mit.edu Now in Paper THE REALLY HARD PROBLEM Meaning in a Material World Owen Flanagan “ The book sparkles with thought and a likeable humour.” — Steven Poole, The Guardian 304 pp., 1 illus., $15.95 paper Also Available ZENBRAIN REFLECTIONS James H. Austin “A monumental melding of wisdom from Zen and other contemplative traditions with modern neuroscience. This extraordinary synthesis will serve as an important resource for many years to come. A must-read for any serious student of the emerging disci- pline of contemplative neuroscience.” — Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison 614 pp., 11 illus., $39.95 cloth A Peaceful Refuge a inthe b Heart of New York City New York Insight offers evening talks and sittings, workshops, courses, and daylong retreats for the integration of meditation teach- ings in daily life. PLEASE VISIT: www.nyimc.org New York Insight MEDITATION CENTER 28 West 27th Street, 10th Flr., NYC 212-213-4802 3-4 year intensive, part-time, hands-on, experiential, psychotherapy skills training program, grounded in the perspectives of western psychology and the spiritual wisdom traditions of East and West. (October - June) Various experiential workshops www.transpersonalcanada.com or 416 481 6777