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Self-Cognition? Saṃghabhadra, Armstrong, and Introspective Consciousness
Author Hu, Chih-chiang
Source Philosophy East and West
Volumev.68 n.3
Pages702 - 720
PublisherUniversity of Hawaii Press
Publisher Url
LocationHonolulu, HI, US [檀香山, 夏威夷州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NoteAuthor Affiliations: Department of Philosophy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
AbstractOn the shoulders of Saṃghabhadra (5th century C.E.) and D. M. Armstrong (1926–2014), this article presents a model of consciousness which is reflective and perceptual. It addresses tentative replies to criticisms of the higher-order perception (HOP) theory of consciousness, implications of this model for empirical cases, and issues pertinent to the Buddhist idea of non-self.
Table of contentsI. Saṃghabhadra's Idea in Ny: A Very Brief Overview 703
I.1. Why reflexive self-cognition is not possible 703
I.2. A reflective model of consciousness 705
II. Armstrong's Introspective Consciousness: Buddhism Plug-in Installed 707
III. Further Remarks from the Buddhist Perspective 709
III.1. Higher-order "perception" 709
III.2. Causal, asymmetrical, and rational 711
IV. Conclusion 712
ISSN00318221 (P); 15291898 (E)
Created date2018.09.27
Modified date2019.05.17

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