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    ‘I’ Without ‘I Am’: On the Presence of Subjectivity in Early Buddhism, in the Light of Transcendental Phenomenology.Khristos Nizamis - 2012 - Buddhist Studies Review 29 (2):175-250.
    Investigating the Pāli suttas, compiled prior to the development of Abhidhamma, from a phenomenological perspective reveals an internally coherent and consistent doctrine/theory whose crucial theme is the intentionality and subjectivity of consciousness. Reductive interpretations tend to interpret the basic Buddhist principle of ‘non-self ’, and its correlative repudiation of the concept/conceit ‘I am’, as entailing a rejection of any genuine (phenomenological) meaningfulness for the term ‘I’ as a legitimate expression of subjectivity, intentionality, and consciousness. Indeed, it is occasionally even claimed (...)
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