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Do tell, who are these scientists/philosophers of which you speak?
Are you prepared to engage in an actual debate about "eliminative materialism," or is your knowledge limited to what you've read on Wikipedia?
Thich Nhat Hanh a buddhist monk who I follow the teachings of points out."Buddhism adapts to any new culture which it encounters" one of the reasons Tibetan Buddhism is quite different from the other branches.
It adsorbed the Tribal customs and folklore (deity's) of the previous culture in Tibet.
The old Soto founder, Dogen Zenji, has two sections of his own, Dogen Teachings and Dogen Studies.
There's quite a bit of material in the "Miscellaneous" section of both the Zen Teachings and the Zen Essays section.
Brief History: Mongolian and Tibetan lamas first appeared on the eastern shores of Lake Baikal in the middle of the 17th century and quickly spread Buddhism in the area.
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