I want a two page essay about Buddhism

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Please discuss the following prompt: How does science contend with or complement Buddhism? Please support your points with supporting evidence.

I want a two page of essay, minimum 550 words.

In your essays, I would like you to use at least two different peer reviewed sources to help substantiate your points. One of the sources should come from one of the assigned readings, and I would like at least one other source to come from outside our course texts. There are some great resources out there to help you find appropriate peer reviewed source material. One place to find some good journal articles is JSTOR (www.jstor.org). . I’d like you to avoid using websites, as often these are not the most reliable and lack peer reviewed status. When providing these sources, you must use the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS or Chicago Style).

Zajonc, Arthur and Michael Bitbol “Chapter 2: Why the Moon Follows Me: Observation and Relationally in Phenomena”. In The Monastery and the Microscope: Conversations with the

Dalai Lama on Mind, Mindfulness, and the Nature of Reality. Hasenkamp, Wendy and Janna R. White. (eds). Yale University Press (2017), pp 51-84.

Hanh, Thich Nhat. The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching. pp. 121-130.

please note that one of the two reference should be from the readings above.

Tutor Answer

SIMPLIFIED
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Attached.

OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCE


Running head: SCIENCE COMPLEMENTARY ON BUDDHISM

Science Complementary on Buddhism
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SCIENCE COMPLEMENTARY ON BUDDHISM

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The complementary of science and Buddhism encounters how the study of the mind and
Buddhist are related. Buddhism contains some fundamentals which match relatively to science.
For example, on religious aspects, Buddhism suggests ways of living an ethical life and promotes
a significance shared rituals among in Buddhism1. Moreover, a contemporary Buddhist scholar
reacts to his belief regarding traditions is brought to an empirical view of science when science
gives a reflection of their traditions. Navigating medical and religious encounters a contradiction
in which intellectuals have struggled to make science and Buddhism to work together1. Medical
knowledge has been integrated traditions and has received much attention from western scholars.
Verbatim instructions have been included in medical scie...

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