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Caring Economics: Conversations on Altruism and Compassion, Between Scientists, Economists, and the Dalai Lama

Caring Economics: Conversations on Altruism and Compassion, Between Scientists, Economists, and the Dalai Lama

作者 : Tania Singer/ Matthieu Ricard/ Ed.

出版社 : PICADOR USA

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國際知名的科學家、經濟學家與達賴喇嘛的對話,一個利他經濟才是人類需要的!

The Age of Selfishness評論Ayn Rand的自由意志主義在金融危機中扮演的角色與影響。與其完全相反角度的Caring Economics,則告訴讀者,經濟不應該是自私的,反而更應以關懷他人的同情心作為基礎。

這是個需要鼓舞與正面力量的時代,看看那些只顧自己利益的金融家玩的金錢遊戲,把世界搞成甚麼樣?利己主義要退居幕後,專注於同情和利他主義,才是王道。早在1987年,心靈與生命研究所便展開一系列與科學家、達賴喇嘛的會議,試圖結合當代科學探究的經驗主義和佛教的沉思,慈悲為基礎的做法,來喚醒全球在此原則下發展經濟的可能性。

關愛經濟學也許是正在進行的顯學。鼓舞人心的對話,讓我們每個人學習累積財富並不需要自私的作法,反而關愛,慈悲,才是健康經濟發展的主要關鍵。

Begun in 1987, the Mind and Life Institute arose out of a series of conferences held with the Dalai Lama and a range of scientists that sought to form a connecttion between the empiricism of contemporary scientific inquiry and the contemplative, compassion-based practices of Buddhism. Caring Economics is based on a conference held by the Mind and Life Institute in Zurich in which experts from all over the world gathered to discuss the possibility of having a global economy focused on compassion and altruism. Each chapter consists of a presentation by an expert in the field, followed by a discussion with the Dalai Lama in which he offers his response and his own unique insights on the subject. In this provocative and inspiring book, learn how wealth doesn't need to be selfish, that in fact, empathy and compassion may be the path to a healthier world economy.
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