The ambition of this [course_title] is to provide a bird’s-eye view of the tangled relationship between Buddhism and science by highlighting on what is converting an increasingly popular area of contact between the two domains, specifically the study of consciousness in the field of cognitive science. Explore Buddhist approaches to mental health, including the medication of mental suffering through an in-depth analysis of Buddhist psychology, theories, psychotherapy, counselling, pastoral care, etc.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
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