Buddhism & Modern Physics: Volume 1

5 out of 5

This book explores the relationship between independent individuality and interactive relationality in physical phenomena using current research in physics and philosophy of science. It examines the Buddhist perspective that independent things do not exist and evaluates its arguments against modern standards for logic and physics. The book presents a positive view of science and argues for pluralism in a synthesis called physics pluralism. It shows the consistency between Buddhist ’emptiness’ and physical pluralism. This non-technical summary provides an introductory treatment of the topic, while Volume 2 delves into controversies, complexities, and technical details. The series will also explore links between Buddhism and other sciences. The book is written in English and has 487 pages.


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