lunes, 8 de marzo de 2010

Visita dek Dalai Lama a Zürich

Mind and Life XX Conference

Altruism and Compassion in Economic Systems:

A public dialogue between Economics, Neuroscience and Contemplative Sciences

April 9–11, 2010, public conference, Zurich, Switzerland
everybody is invited to co-create the future

The global financial crisis shows just how vulnerable our economic systems are to greed and the ramifications of human decisions. The Mind & Life XX conference focuses on exploring economic systems that reward not only individuals but our global societies.

Over five sessions they will explore how economic decisions are made as well as discuss new economic systems that reward fairness and co-operation while at the same time addressing the most urgent societal and environmental issues.
The conference will be held in English; no translations will be offered.


Tania Singer Ph.D., University of Zurich

Richard Davidson Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Philosophy and Contemplative Science

Tenzin Gyatso The XIV Dalai Lama

Matthieu Ricard Ph.D., Shechen Monastery

Roshi Joan Halifax Ph.D., Upaya Institute

John Dunne Ph.D., Emory University

Gert Scobel Anchorman, 3sat


Joan Silk Ph.D., University of California

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