New videos on embodied meaning and optionality

Two new introductory videos have recently been added to the site:

Embodied Meaning and Scepticism explains how the recognition that meaning lies in our bodies shows the delusion involved in absolute beliefs, and thus supports the Middle Way.

Optionality explains how an aspect of the practice of provisionality is having different options available to us: which is not merely a matter of ‘choice’, and helps us adapt to different new conditions.

These are both part of the introductory series of videos on Middle Way Philosophy, all of which can be accessed by hovering over ‘media’ and ‘Middle Way Philosophy introductory videos’ on the menu above.

About Robert M Ellis

Robert M Ellis is the founder and chair of the Middle Way Society, and author of a number of books on Middle Way Philosophy, including the introductory 'Migglism' and the more in-depth 'Middle Way Philosophy' series. He has a Christian background, and about 20 years' past experience of practising Buddhism, but it was his Ph.D. studies in Philosophy that set him on the track of developing a systematic account of the Middle Way beyond any specific tradition. He has earned his living mainly by teaching, and more recently by online tutoring.

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