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Dependent Co-origination and Inherent Existence: Dual-Aspect Framework

@inproceedings{Pandey2009DependentCA,
  title={Dependent Co-origination and Inherent Existence: Dual-Aspect Framework},
  author={R. Pandey and R. Vimal},
  year={2009}
}
  • R. Pandey, R. Vimal
  • Published 2009
  • Nāgārjuna rejects ‘inherent existence’ or ‘essence’ in favor of co-dependent origination, and that is also why he rejects causality. Causality is a major issue in metaphysical views; for example, one could argue that consciousness causes/affects our brain/behavior/function/matter or vice-versa. My goals are as follows: (i) which entities lack ‘inherent existence’ or ‘essence’ and which ones inherently exist? (ii) Do the entities that lack inherent existence dependently co-arise and hence can we… CONTINUE READING
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