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  1. Jan Van Bragt (2002). Review Of: Mitchiko Ishigami-Iagolnitzer, Saint Francois D’Assise Et Maître Dõgen. L’Esprit Franciscain Et le Zen - Etude Comparative Sur Quelques Aspects de Christianisme Et de Bouddhisme. [REVIEW] Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 29 (1-2):180-184.
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    Mitchiko Ishigami-Iagolnitzer (1997). The Self and the Person as Treated in Some Buddhist Texts. Asian Philosophy 7 (1):37 – 45.
    The theme of our conference is “The Concept of a Person”. One of the most original attitudes of the Buddha towards this problem was to have dissuaded his followers from clinging to the concept of “person”. The word “person” in P li is puggala, which represents in early middle Indian dialect puthakala, a derivation of Sanskrit: prithak. [2] Puggala means person or man, an individual as opposed to a group. Its equivalent in Sanskrit is pudgala., which means a personal entity (...)
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  3. Stephane J. MacLean, Cameron D. Hassall, Yoko Ishigami, Olav E. Krigolson & Gail A. Eskes (2015). Using Brain Potentials to Understand Prism Adaptation: The Error-Related Negativity and the P300. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
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