Monthly Archives: October 2010

How The Other Half Lives | Television New Zealand | Television | TV One, TV2, TVNZ 6, TVNZ 7

How The Other Half Lives | Television New Zealand | Television | TV One, TV2, TVNZ 6, TVNZ 7. The monk in the opening scene stayed with me for a week or so, until the TV guys picked him up. … Continue reading

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Breaking my promise: Evolution and morals yet again…

Via New Scientist: We are figuring out how the brain and its chemicals give rise to moral and social values, says Patricia Churchland WHERE do moral values come from? Not from Plato’s heaven, nor from any other. Aristotle, Confucius and … Continue reading

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Scrapbook of the 50th Anniversary of the HDS

Scrapbook Scrapbook of the 50th Anniversary of the HDS Loads of pics,,,, yes, Ross and Mary too.

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HDS Newsletter with Aitken-Roshi’s Last Teisho

HDS Newsletter This recent Newsletter form the Honolulu Diamond Sangha contains Aitken-Roshi’s last teisho. Due to the fact that there are many pictures, the file is rather large (5 mb), so please be patient when opening.

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The Moral Landscape – The Barnes & Noble Review

The Moral Landscape – The Barnes & Noble Review.   Ok, the last bit on morals for a while, I promise!

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Morality: Infant origins of human kindness – opinion – 21 October 2010 – New Scientist

Morality: Infant origins of human kindness – opinion – 21 October 2010 – New Scientist.   And more on Morals research. I find it most interesting that morals appear to find a new footing. Moral behaviour seems to find a … Continue reading

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Morality: ‘We can send religion to the scrap heap’ – opinion – 20 October 2010 – New Scientist

Morality: ‘We can send religion to the scrap heap’ – opinion – 20 October 2010 – New Scientist.

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