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Early Buddhist Teaching as Proto-śūnyavāda

  title={Early Buddhist Teaching as Proto-śūnyavāda},
  author={Alexander Wynne},
  journal={Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies},
  • Alexander Wynne
  • Published 30 September 2015
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies
"Early Buddhist Teaching as Proto-siinyavida Alexander Wynne This article argues that the search for a metaphysical foundation to early Buddhist thought is futile. For if the world of experience is a cognitive construction, as implied in a number of early discourses, it follows that thought cannot transcend its limits, and cannot attain an objective picture of reality. Despite this sceptical anti-realism, the Buddha's focus on the causes of suffering also suggests that phenomena… 
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