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À propos du cours

The Dalai Lama has said that Buddhism and science are deeply compatible and has encouraged Western scholars to critically examine both the meditative practice and Buddhist ideas about the human mind. A number of scientists and philosophers have taken up this challenge. There have been brain scans of meditators and philosophical examinations of Buddhist doctrines. There have even been discussions of Darwin and the Buddha: Do early Buddhist descriptions of the mind, and of the human condition, make particular sense in light of evolutionary psychology? This course will examine how Buddhism is faring under this scrutiny. Are neuroscientists starting to understand how meditation “works”? Would such an understanding validate meditation—or might physical explanations of meditation undermine the spiritual significance attributed to it? And how are some of the basic Buddhist claims about the human mind holding up? We’ll pay special attention to some highly counterintuitive doctrines: that the self doesn’t exist, and that much of perceived reality is in some sense illusory. Do these claims, radical as they sound, make a certain kind of sense in light of modern psychology? And what are the implications of all this for how we should live our lives? Can meditation make us not just happier, but better people? All the features of this course are available for free. It does not offer a certificate upon completion....

Meilleurs avis

LW
25 oct. 2020

I thought this was a great introduction to both modern Buddhist thought and evolutionary psychology. Professor Wright is an excellent lecturer, and his office hours are informative as well as amusing.

VC
15 nov. 2015

I have been practicing meditation for two years already.In so far I have attended all Deepak Chopra meditation experiences which I found very helpful but not as helpful this course provided me so far.

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par Ben S

4 janv. 2016

Wonderful course, great teacher, if your interested in the naturalistic world view of Buddhism I would highly recommend this course.

par Deleted A

2 nov. 2018

Amazing course. Thank you very much to Robert Wright and the team at coursera for shining a scientific light in Buddhist teachings.

par Maria A F G R M d B

3 avr. 2018

Great Course on very interesting subjects.

Learned a lot, and am now feeling curious to deepen the learning of these matters.

Namasté

par marinella p

17 oct. 2017

Loved the course and the way Professor Wright exposes complex ideas. It helped me to insist on the meditation and get its benefits.

par Silvia V A

2 août 2020

Muy interesante.

Ha sido mi primer contacto con este tema y sin duda me ha motivado para seguir aprendiendo.

El profesor es genial!!

par Rob J

19 juin 2020

Well set out course, easy to understand and gives you some great insight into Buddhism, modern psychology and the links they have.

par Scott W

13 mars 2019

This was a very interesting course. I learned a lot. Now I have some new perspectives to consider as I continue on through life.

par Jorge O D

28 oct. 2015

It was a pleasure learning from this course. It has a lot of practical information with a very good scientific support. Thank you!

par Bahram H

25 oct. 2015

Such an inspiring course. You are helping me to see clearer Prof. Wright & Team by being aware of my biases.Thank you for that :-)

par Laura A

11 mai 2020

Great course. A great introduction to Buddhsim, and a great way to understand our brain and why we face constant dissatisfaction.

par Carla A

4 mai 2020

Thoroughly enjoyed this course. Thank you so much, it was very helpful in broadening my understanding of my own mind and actions.

par Rebecca M

17 oct. 2017

I enjoyed every single minute of this great course! The topic of course, Professor Wright and his amazing little dogs! Thank you!

par Eduardo

5 avr. 2016

Excellent!! Thanks to Coursera and Profesor Robert for provide light and knowledge. I really enjoy this course!! Thanks again...

par MarieElena G

3 nov. 2015

It's incredible to be able to take these courses at home. I can't thank you enough for offering these course for free. Thank You!

par Thiago F

3 juil. 2020

Great course, really gives you a good perspective on Buddhism while correlating it with modern psychology, really learned a lot.

par GABRIELA A R

22 juin 2020

Excellent course, very interesting take on science and Buddhism. A special thanks to Milo and Frasier for explaining it so well.

par Manuela J

19 mai 2020

Very enjoyable course. Thank you to Professor Wright, and all his colleages who helped him and the whole team. Wonderful course!

par wb

18 juil. 2017

Excellent course providing an overview of recent advancements in both evolutionary psychology and Buddhist thought and practice.

par Richard J

21 juin 2017

Recommended for every human being. Be aware of 1st and 2nd Noble truth can give people better understanding of human motivation.

par GBT

27 janv. 2019

Really grateful to stumble across this course. Robert Wright does a great and thorough job. Maybe the best course I have taken.

par Michael S

17 févr. 2018

This was an excellent course. It really opened my eye to concepts that I had never considered! Watch the office hours videos!

par Shaylee R H

23 mai 2016

Awesome ideas and great presentation. the lectures remain lectures but without the drowsiness commonly associated with them. :)

par David L

11 mai 2016

Professor Wright was incredible, learned a lot from this class in such a condensed period of time. Couldn't be happier with it.

par Abraham M R B

21 juil. 2020

Excellent for persons that start to learn how the mind functions, how to meditated and want the scientific background of that.

par Arianna D

17 févr. 2019

Thank you Prof. Wright for creating this course! It has brought a whole new in-depth understanding on Buddhism and Psychology.