Mereological Considerations In Vasubandhu’s “Proof of Idealism”

Idealistic Studies 18:32 (1988)

Abstract
And the venerable Nāgasena said to Milinda the king: “You, Sire, have been brought up in great luxury, as beseems your noble birth. If you were to walk this dry weather on the hot and sandy ground, trampling under foot the gritty, gravelly grains of the hard sand, your feet would hurt you. And as your body would be in pain, your mind would be disturbed, and you would experience a sense of bodily suffering. How then did you come, on foot, or in a chariot?”
Keywords Continental Philosophy  History of Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/idstudies19881815
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