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  1. Jean-Pierre Changeux and Paul Ricreur, What Makes Us Think?: A Neuroscientist and a Philosopher Argue About Ethics, Human Nature, and the Brain Reviewed By.Chang-Seong Hong - 2002 - Philosophy in Review 22 (2):102-103.
     
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  2. Enlightenment and History: Theory and Praxis in Contemporary Buddhism.Chang-Seong Hong & Sun Kyeong Yu - 2017 - Seoul, South Korea: Bulkwang Publishing.
    ***Translated a Korean-language book to English with Dr. Chang-Seong Hong*** Venerable Hyun-Eung's Enlightenment and History is the first book of Buddhist philosophy of history published in South Korea; possibly the first of its kind in the world. In this book of telling points and clear visions, Hyun-Eung discusses East Asian Buddhist traditions in light of Western-philosophical perspectives and presents his views on the theory and praxis in contemporary Buddhism in a way that Western readers can easily understand. East Asian Buddhist (...)
     
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  3. How Bioscience Meets Buddhism.Sun Kyeong Yu & Chang-Seong Hong - 2020 - Seoul, South Korea: Unjusa.
    <2020 Buddhist Book Award (2nd place), Korea> <2020 Sejong Book Award, Korea> The book discusses and provides solutions for the philosophical issues of Aristotelian essentialist biology, Darwin’s evolutionary theory, and contemporary molecular biology in light of Buddhist concepts of dependent arising and emptiness. CONTENT 1. Buddhist Teachings from the perspective of Bioscience 2. Bioscience from the Perspective of Buddhist Teachings 3. Enlightenment, Compassion and Bioscientific Phenomena 4. Enlightenment, Revolutionary Change of Worldview 5. The Buddhist Understanding of Development in Biology 1 (...)
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