Analysis of Robert Wright's Why Buddhism Is True

Narrated by: Dwight Equitz
Length: 21 mins
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Note: This is an analysis of the book, not the original book.

Robert Wright's Why Buddhism Is True: The Science and Philosophy of Meditation and Enlightenment (2017) considers Buddhism through the lens of evolutionary psychology, a discipline that regards natural selection as the provenance of many mental traits. Focusing on his personal experience with mindfulness meditation, Wright describes a path to truth, using ideas from the realms of psychology and modern, scientifically influenced philosophy to illuminate ancient wisdom.

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Not quite an analysis<br />

this is a very quick book. More of a rehashing of the information from the book it *analyzesx than anything else. It was a good companion to the book but not necessarily analysis. Near the end of the book there was a little bit more analytical information.
regardless, I strongly recommend this once you've read Robert Wright's "Why Buddhism is True"

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ehhh its okay

this was harder for me to understand then the regular book. plus the narrator wasn't my favorite.