Buddhism: Introducing the Buddhist Experience (review)

@article{McMahan2004BuddhismIT,
  title={Buddhism: Introducing the Buddhist Experience (review)},
  author={David L. McMahan},
  journal={Philosophy East and West},
  year={2004},
  volume={54},
  pages={268 - 270}
}
Ram-Prasad takes Śrı̄ Hars ̇ a’s position as akin to naturalism, by which he understands a brand of analytic philosophy involving an attitude of suspension of metaphysics as we find it in Wittgenstein and Strawson. In section 4 Ram-Prasad offers comparative remarks on David Hume and Śrı̄ Hars ̇ a with regard to the problem of causality. Śrı̄ Hars ̇ a is represented as having argued that causal connections that are reported in our experience are not there in the world independent of cognition… 
Mindfulness in Anorexia Nervosa: An Integrated Review of the Literature
  • Julie P Dunne
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association
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TLDR
Mindfulness as a concurrent part of therapy and/or when routinely practiced may be more clinically useful than single-episode mindful eating interventions.