Buddhism and Modern Physics: Sharing a Path

Bailey DuBois

Abstract


This research explores how the development of quantum mechanics theory has facilitated a growing conversation between leading authorities of modern science and Tibetan Buddhism around the world, in search of new answers about the mind, the body and the nature of the universe.

Keywords


Tibet; Dalai Lama; Albert Einstein; Quantum Mechanics

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