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Steven Goodman

Steven D. Goodman is codirector of Asian and Comparative Studies at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. He received his PhD in Far Eastern studies from the University of Saskatchewan, and he has lectured and taught Buddhist philosophy and comparative religion at the University of California at Berkeley and Santa Barbara, Rice University, the Graduate Theological Union, the Nyingma Institute, and Naropa University. In 1994, Steven was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship at Rice University Center for Cultural Studies for the study of Tibetan mystical poetry. He is the coeditor of Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation (SUNY Press, 1992) and the author of “Transforming the Causes of Suffering” in Mindfulness and Meaningful Work (Parallax Press, 1994).

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Steven D. Goodman is codirector of Asian and Comparative Studies at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. He received his PhD in Far Eastern studies from the University of Saskatchewan, and he has lectured and taught Buddhist philosophy and comparative religion at the University of California at Berkeley and Santa Barbara, Rice University, the Graduate Theological Union, the Nyingma Institute, and Naropa University. In 1994, Steven was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship at Rice University Center for Cultural Studies for the study of Tibetan mystical poetry. He is the coeditor of Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation (SUNY Press, 1992) and the author of “Transforming the Causes of Suffering” in Mindfulness and Meaningful Work (Parallax Press, 1994).