How am I not Myself? Anatta in the Age of Neuroscience

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"How am I not Myself? Anatta in the Age of Neuroscience" is a thoughtful exploration of the intersection between the Buddhist concept of Anatta (non-self), neuroscience's understanding of self, and the philosophies of Daniel Dennett and Eckhart Tolle. By analyzing the nature of self and non-self from diverse perspectives, the book unveils the profound commonalities and intriguing disparities between these views. It provides a scientific backing to the Buddhist notion of Anatta through evidence drawn from neuroscience, while examining the reflections of Dennett and Tolle on the concept of self. The implications of Anatta are also contemplated in various facets of modern life such as psychotherapy, societal norms, and technology. The book finally wraps up by suggesting potential areas for future research, underlining the significance of continued inquiry at this fascinating juncture of neuroscience, philosophy, and Buddhism.

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