Asian Perspectives: Indian Theories
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|Abstract||This chapter examines Indian views of the mind and consciousness, with particular focus on the Indian Buddhist tradition. To contextualize Buddhist views of the mind, we ﬁrst provide a brief presentation of some of the most important Hindu views, particularly those of the S¯am . khya school. Whereas..|
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