Dwight H. Terry Lectureship October 6, 2008 The Drawback with Karma
Donald Lopez is Arthur E. Hyperlink Distinguished College Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Research on the College of Michigan and chair of the Division of Asian Languages and Cultures. He has written extensively on features of religions of Asia, and his books embrace Prisoners of Shangi-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West; The Story of Buddhism; and Buddhism and Science: A Information for the Perplexed. Professor Lopez additionally serves as chair of the Michigan Society of Fellows.
In exploring the connection between faith and science, some have argued that among the many world’s religions, Buddhism is probably the most appropriate with science. Over the course of his lectures, Professor Lopez examines the origins of the affiliation of the Buddha with trendy science, considers what’s at stake in that affiliation and suggests new instructions for the function of the Buddha in scientific analysis.