After studies in philosophy, ethnology, religious studies and Asian studies, Marc-Henri Deroche got his PhD with a thesis in Tibetan Buddhist studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris (2011), forthcoming as a monograph. Since 2015, he is Associate Professor at Kyoto University, in the innovative Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability, and also teaches at the department of Buddhist studies in the Graduate School of Letters of the same university. His research focuses on philosophy of mind, mindfulness, theories and manuals of Buddhist meditation, the Tibetan literature of “spiritual instructions,” with a specialization on the tradition of Dzogchen, and has been published in journals such as Bulletin of Tibetology, Asian Philosophy, Philosophy East and West, etc. He is also a fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, USA.
Last updated on July 12th, 2021.