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This 'no-soul doctrine' anatta-vada he expounded in his second sermon. The concept of anatta, or anatman, is a departure from the Hindu belief in atman "the self".
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Whether there are a lot of Buddhists or less than one percent, Buddhist punch above their weight as social theorists, and the patterns are interesting.
We have essays on family, racial and gender identity, bio-ethics, and so forth, and we wanted to show that American Buddhist thinking is not just an idiosyncratic or eccentric set of utterances but rather an ongoing conversation. Got the green card, bought property, here to stay. You spoke about Buddhism in the plural earlier. In compiling this book, what did you learn about the diversity within American Buddhism?
In addition, what kinds of shared values did you notice across the board? I can say more about the latter than the former, but maybe the sensitivity to actual practice is symptomatic in a good way. As scientists now know, no two Buddhists agree about anything! We have to contextualize. Always historicize, the Marxist theorist Fredric Jameson says, and this is a good rule. Under what conditions do Buddhists think X, Y, or Z?
Other than that, everyone knows that North American and European Buddhist communities tend to favor democratic decision-making, that gender fairness is an important value, and that Engaged Buddhism is widely appreciated. Any sense of future projects? What a delightful question!
I love brain books, and someone who loves Buddhism and brains has so many books to choose from, these days. But we have all these interesting ways of bringing science and education into the Vajrayana world. We know about Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche looking like the Hellraiser character Pinhead in that photograph of him being studied that made the rounds—all those wires.