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The Elusive Buddhist Self:Preliminary Reflections on Its Denial
Author Gomez, Luis O.
Source Communication and Cognition: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly Journal
Volumev.32 n.1-2
Pages21 - 51
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Note; Communication and Cognition:An Interdisciplinary Quarterly Journal
KeywordBody; Denial; Metaphysics; Self;Gomez, Luis O.;
AbstractThis paper examines the contextual semiotics of Buddhist notions of self and no-self as they appear in the Pali canon. This context includes parallel and opposing themes of selfhood defined as the absence of certain specific notions of self. Such themes include ascetic motifs of renunciation and self-effacement,abstention and self-sacrifice,affective models or ideals that result in paradigms for human attitudes and public manifestations of emotion,and ways of viewing the world and the individual. These themes intertwine with the philosophical questions of what self or no-self might be,or what it would mean to "have no self."
Created date2000.11.02

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