Insight Knowledge of No Self in Buddhism : An Epistemic Analysis

@inproceedings{Albahari2014InsightKO,
  title={Insight Knowledge of No Self in Buddhism : An Epistemic Analysis},
  author={Miri Albahari},
  year={2014}
}
  • Miri Albahari
  • Published 2014
Mary Analogue is about to give a talk on ‘no self’. It is the most anticipated talk at the conference because word has it that she, like her cousin the famous colour scientist Mary, knows everything there is to know about her subject-matter.1 At least, she knows all the theory. In particular, she knows that there is no self of a certain kind that most humans deeply buy into: a personalised and persisting centre of agency and ownership, a centre with elusive boundaries that enclose a thing of… CONTINUE READING

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