Perspectives on MLI’s International Symposium for Contemplative Studies: Edward Slingerland

slingerlandWe asked Edward Slingerland, University of British Columbia’s research chair in Chinese thought and embodied cognition, about the rewards and opportunities available when science engages the contemplative traditions. This was his response.

Perspectives on MLI’s International Symposium for Contemplative Studies: Tania Singer

Tania SingerWe asked MLI Fellow Tania Singer what she believes the next frontiers in the field of contemplative neuroscience will be. This was her response.

Perspectives on MLI’s International Symposium for Contemplative Studies: Al Kaszniak

Al KaszniakWe asked MLI Fellow Al Kaszniak what, in his opinion, has been the most significant or meaningful breakthrough in contemplative science over the past 30 years. This was his response.