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self non self and personal identity buddhism oxford - general overviews buddhist theories of the self and personal identity must be studied in relation to their background in early indian thought horsch 1956 surveys the relevant material though steven collins see studies does this very thoroughly as well a detailed historical treatment of early buddhism may be found in lamotte 1976 conze 1967 may be recommended as providing valuable, hindu philosophy internet encyclopedia of philosophy - hindu philosophy the compound hindu philosophy is ambiguous minimally it stands for a tradition of indian philosophical thinking however it could be interpreted as designating one comprehensive philosophical doctrine shared by all hindu thinkers, nagarjuna internet encyclopedia of philosophy - nagarjuna c 150 c 250 often referred to as the second buddha by tibetan and east asian mahayana great vehicle traditions of buddhism nagarjuna offered sharp criticisms of brahminical and buddhist substantialist philosophy theory of knowledge and approaches to practice nagarjuna s philosophy represents something of a watershed not only in the history of indian philosophy but in, japanese philosophy britannica com - japanese philosophy intellectual discourse developed by japanese thinkers scholars and political and religious leaders who creatively combined indigenous philosophical and religious traditions with key concepts adopted and assimilated from nonnative traditions first from greater east asia and, jedi philosophy the pop culture philosopher - please enjoy this repost of one of my most popular essays originally written in 2005 for many people the main appeal of george lucas star wars movies is the jedi way the philosophy religion that guides the mystical jedi knights, human knowledge foundations and limits - fideisms judaism is the semitic monotheistic fideist religion based on the old testament s 1000 600 bce rules for the worship of yahweh by his chosen people the children of abraham s son isaac c1800 bce zoroastrianism is the persian monotheistic fideist religion founded by zarathustra c628 c551 bce and which teaches that good must be chosen over evil in order to achieve salvation, thus have i seen buddhist film festival - samsara samsara sanskrit for the ever turning wheel of life is the point of departure for the filmmakers as they search for the elusive current of interconnection that runs through our lives filmed over a period of almost five years and in 25 countries samsara transports us to sacred grounds disaster zones industrial sites and natural wonders, teachings tisarana buddhist monastery - below are the podcast talks that have already been released just click on the title to download the talk or listen to it a talk archive with the name of the talk and the release date is listed below this