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The Structure of Consciousness According to Xuanzang
Author Kern, Iso
Source Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology
Pages282 - 195
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
KeywordConsciousness;Metaphysics; Phenomenology;Kern, Iso;
AbstractThis paper analyses, from a phenomenological point of view,the theory of the fourfold division of consciousness as it is presented by the Chinese Buddhist monk Xuanzang (600-664) in his "Cheng Wei Shi Lun". This theory goes back to the Indian Buddhist epistemologist Dharmapala (530-561) and holds that all mental states, cognition as well as imagination,volition and feeling,consist of four elements or "parts":an objectivating act,an objective phenomenon,self-awareness, and awareness of self-awareness.
Created date2001.01.02

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