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LATEST DIALOGUES How Do You Define Consciousness as a Buddhist Scientist? Allan Wallace

This video is an excerpt from an interview with Dr. Allan Wallace. He has been a scholar and practitioner of Buddhism since 1970, and has taught Buddhist theory and meditation worldwide since 1976. Having devoted fourteen years to training as a Tibetan Buddhist monk, ordained by H. H. the Dalai Lama, he went on to earn an undergraduate degree in physics and the philosophy of science at Amherst College and a doctorate in religious studies at Stanford.

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One Response to “How Do You Define Consciousness as a Buddhist Scientist? Allan Wallace”

  1. December 23, 2017 at 5:10 pm, schiffler7 said:

    Please not that Alan’s name has been incorrectly spelt
    It has just one “L” not two.
    I noticed this error in multiple places and even in the biography.
    Can the author(s) or editor correct these mistakes please? I think it’s only polite to get the spelling of a person’s name correct.

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