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    Affective States and Indian Asthetics.Niels Hammer - 2008 - Mind and Matter 6 (2):147-177.
    The self evolved out of a sense of somatic motor orientation and body boundary awareness; and affective states as motivators furthered in conjunction with a sense of self evolutionary speciation. Affective states form to a greater extent than cognition the sense of experiential reality that is taken for granted. Neurophysiological and experiential culture-invariant evidence indicate the existence of eight (and possibly ten) basic affective states in mammals. These affective states have in humans found expression in mythic terms as well as (...)
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    The Importance of Hinay Na and Mah Y Na.Niels Hammer - 1999 - Asian Philosophy 9 (2):135 – 145.
    Volume 1. Hinay na. Den tidlige indiske buddhisme. Volume 2. Mah y na. Den senere indiske buddhisme . Christian Lindtner, 1998, Copenhagen, Spektrum/Forum Publishers, Vol. 1: 228 pp., ISBN 87 7763 170 6; Vol. 2: 256 pp., ISBN 87 7763 174 9.
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