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June 16, 2011


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Dignaga's Theory of Immaterialism may help bridge the gap. I.e., a small retreat from extreme idealism would open the possibility of common ground.

Zennist July 21, 2009 "Buddhism is a science just as psychology is a science."

Metarationalism rather than irrationalism: http://seanrobsville.blogspot.com/2011/06/metarationality-versus-irrationality-in.html

A person is only half alive (or much, much less) if dead to his or her spiritual nature and unreceptive to the possibilities of mystic experiences.

I was having the same thoughts

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