An article in TECH Insider
An article on the Huffington Post.
An excerpts from Matthieu Ricard's book on altruism.
Mr. Barash is an evolutionary biologist and professor of psychology at the University of Washington. His most recent book is “Buddhist Biology: Ancient Eastern Wisdom Meets Modern Western Science.” The word “altruism” was coined by Auguste Comte, the 19th-century social philosopher and early founder of sociology. It derives, in turn, from the...
A conversation with Buddhist monk-author Matthieu Ricard.
Molecular biologist-turned Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard shares his thoughts on the meaning of happiness, the power of mediation and why the world needs altruism more than ever.
CANDID: “It wasn’t like slamming any doors,” Matthieu Ricard says of his decision to leave the scientific life for the contemplative one. By Esther Addley in Gulf Times.
This document contains the dates of slightly more than 1,300 spiritual masters and great scholars of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as a few dates of the Indian master and thinkers from other nations. I’ve assembled these historical data from my lectures for the sole purpose of compiling an easily accessible chronological compendium. This compilatio...