MOSCOW: Professor Davis Dubrovsky presented printed copies of “Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences” to Representative Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Office of Tibet, Moscow on 8 June.
The journal is the 3rd edition of 2018. The journal is a monthly journal published by the Ministry of Education & Sciences of the Russian Federation and Academy for Research into Humanities.
Prof Davis Dubrovsky participated as a presenter during the first Russian and Buddhist scholars Dialogue in August 2017 as well as the recent Dialogue on May 4 adn 5, 2018. The dialogue was titled “Fundamental Knowledge: Understanding the world.” The dialogue was based on H.H. the Dalai Lama book, “The universe in a Single Atom which has been translated into Russian language and published and distributed by “Ocean of Wisdom Publishing House.” The edition is currenlty out of stock. Save Tibet Foundation and Tibet Culture and Information Center, Moscow (Office of Tibet) will soon publish the second edition for free distribution for scholars, schools, academic centers, Libraries and those who are interested.
The journal contains articles as well as presentation by Prof, Viktoria Lysenko, David Dubrovsky, and Maria Falikman. The journal covers a range of discussion between the Russian Scientist and Buddhist scholars on the issue of cognition, consciousness and awareness.
Honorary Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Russia, Mongolia and CIS countries personally thanked Prof. David Dubrovsky for compiling the Journal and working hard to make the print possible.
“The dialogue that we began between Russian Scientist and Buddhist Scholars may be something new to the general public, but, some of the Russian Intellectuals have been following the previous dialogues organized by “Mind & Life’ and now the Russian intellectual community if proud and happy that such exclusive, direct dialogue has begun directly between Russian and Buddhist Scholars” said Telo Tulku Rinpoche.
He added, “We will continue to collaborate with Russian scientist and Buddhist Scholars for deepening our knowledge of each other’s field of science of the mind as well as to continue to explore and implement research projects in the future. Tibetan Buddhism, in particular the Nalanda tradition of Buddhism has a important role to contribute towards the studies of humanity”.
-Filed by Office of Tibet, Moscow-