The Eight-Consciousness Model of Ethical Decision Making

@inproceedings{Liao2017TheEM,
  title={The Eight-Consciousness Model of Ethical Decision Making},
  author={Jen-Sheng Liao and C. Chien},
  year={2017}
}
This article explores a model of Vijnānavāda generally known as the eight consciousnesses, which relates to understanding consciousness itself from the Vijnānavāda perspective. The model is mainly based on the description in the ‘Verses Delineating the Eight Consciousnesses’. According to the eight-consciousness model, our entire consciousness involves the eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, mental consciousness, the manas and the ālayavijnāna. These components are presented beginning with the single… Expand
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