Early Buddhism: A New Approach : the I of the Beholder

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Religion - 233 pages
This work focuses on the relationship between identity and perception in early Buddhism, drawing out and explaining the way they relate in terms of experience. It presents a picture of these issues in the context of Buddhist teachings as a whole and suggests they represent what Buddha taught.
 

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Contents

We have no self
18
Chapter Two The Indian Context
33
Chapter Three The Focus on Experience
50
Chapter Four The World of Experience
88
Chapter Five The Experience of Subjectivity
114
Chapter Six The Structure of Experience
143
Chapter Seven The Limits of Experience
168
Continuity
202
Postscript On What is a human being?
217
Index
225
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