A richly complex study of the Yogacara tradition of Buddhism, divided into five parts: the first on Buddhism and phenomenology, the second on the four basic models of Indian Buddhist thought, the third on karma, meditation and epistemology, ...
Author: Dan Lusthaus
A richly complex study of the Yogacara tradition of Buddhism, divided into five parts: the first on Buddhism and phenomenology, the second on the four basic models of Indian Buddhist thought, the third on karma, meditation and epistemology, the fourth on the Trimsika and its translations, and finally the fifth on the Ch'eng Wei-shih Lun and Yogacara in China.
A Theravāda Perspective Chandra B. Varma. propounded by Husserl, on the
other, to draw the attention of the scholars for further researches. The 'Theravada'
here refers to the 'doctr.ne' and/or school (vada) of the Buddhist 'monks' or 'elders'
The core approach of Buddhist psychology involves a combination of meditative
contemplation , which can be described as a phenomenological inquiry ;
empirical observation of motivation , as manifested through emotions , thought
Author: Owen Flanagan
Publisher: Bradford Books
A noted philosopher proposes a naturalistic (rather than supernaturalistic) way to solve the "really hard problem": how to live a life that really matters-even as a finite material being living in a material world.
Linking the phenomenology with the Brain and Behavior Buddhist philosophical
psychology provides a grand taxonomy of ... A second reason has to do with the
guiding purpose of Buddhist phenomenological inquiry : to contribute to the ...
Author: Owen Flanagan
Publisher: Bradford Books
Interested in "whether there is a useful and truthful philosophy in Buddhism, among the Buddhisms that is compatible with the rest of knowledge as it now exists and specifically ... whether Buddhism can be ... made compatible with a philosophy that is empirically responsible and that does not embrace the low epistemic standards that permit all manner of superstition and nonsense, sometimes moral evil as well ..." (p. xiii).
Author: James A. BlumenstockPublish On: 2020-04-28
A Phenomenological Study on Marginal Christian Identity James A. Blumenstock.
———. ... The Question of God in Heidegger's Phenomenology. ... Mind as Mirror
and the Mirroring of Mind: Buddhist Reflections on Western Phenomenology.
Author: James A. Blumenstock
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Throughout history, many Christians have existed on the margins of society; deviants and strangers in lands they call home. To survive, they have had to construct alternate identities that not only make sense of their religious experiences and beliefs but also equip them to successfully negotiate their social worlds. In Thailand, a nation where social identities are thoroughly intertwined with Buddhist religious adherence, Christians must come to terms with such a marginalized existence. By leaving Buddhism and adopting what is considered a foreign faith, Christian converts become deviants to "normal" Thai identity and belonging. In response, they have discovered creative solutions for traversing this complex terrain of marginalization. This book presents a deep exploration of the phenomenon of marginalization as experienced by Thai Christian converts. In it, readers will follow participants through the heights of transformative religious experience, the lows of severe social displacement, the tensions of managing two disparate lifeworlds and two conflicting selves, and the comfort and joy of finding a new place to call home. In the end, the reader will gain deep insight into what it is like to successfully navigate a minority religious identity on the margins of society.
Author: Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys DavidsPublish On: 1900
On the Buddhist Notions of ' Good , Bad , and Indeterminate . ' By way of dhammā
, rūpa ņ and cittam , by way of Buddhist phenomenology and psychology , we
come at last to the ethical purport of the questions in the Manual . Given a human
On the Buddhist Notions of ' Good , Bad , and Indeterminate . ' By way of dha
mmā , rūpa ņ and citta m , by way of Buddhist phenomenology and psychology ,
we come at last to the ethical purport of the questions in the Manual . Given a
Buddhist Phenomenology: A Philosophical Investigation of Yogacar a Buddhism
and the Ch'eng Wei-shih Lun. London: Routledge, 2003. Lieberman, James E.
The Letters of Sigmund Freud and Otto Rank: Inside Psychoanalysis. Baltimore: ...
Author: Jennifer Cowe
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Incorporating the novels, pamphlets and letters of Henry Miller, Killing the Buddha argues for Miller’s written work to be considered as a whole in relation to the theme of Zen Buddhism, specifically the concept of Satori (awakening). By reading Miller’s literary output and letters as a spiritual journey to awakening, it is possible to chart his development as a writer, and offer insight into his repetitive use of biographical material. Reflecting upon the influence of Otto Rank and Henri Bergson on Miller’s conceptualization of the role of the writer, and then by examining his complex rejection of Surrealism, it is possible to show Miller’s burgeoning Zen Buddhism as a life-long quest for acceptance and authenticity explicitly explored within his work. With close readings of the ‘Obelisk Trilogy’ of the 1930s (Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Black Spring) and The Rosy Crucifixion Trilogy (1949-1960), Miller’s complex journey to Satori is shown as a continuous progression from his early notorious novels through to the essays and pamphlets of his later career.
at this level is that the Buddhist goal is not essentially intellectual whereas that of phenomenology is . For Buddhist meditators the intellectual wisdom ( cintāmayi
paññā ) is a step towards the final goal which is the wisdom based on meditation
Contributed articles presented at the fourth Biannual International Conference on Dharma and Abhidharma at University of Mumbai, held in March 2006.
Author: Orientální ústav (Akademie věd České republiky)Publish On: 2006
Review Article Yogācāra Buddhism as Buddhist Phenomenology * Jiří Holba
Lusthaus , Dan . Buddhist Phenomenology : A Philosophical Investigation of
Yogacara Buddhism and the Ch'eng Wei - shih Lun . London : RoutledgeCurzon
Author: Orientální ústav (Akademie věd České republiky)
But , while applying the term Phenomenology to Buddhist philosophy , we must
not forget that between Buddhist phenoThe difference between Bnddhist phe .
menology and the phenomenology of European philopomenology and that of ...
17 That these issues, especially appropriation (upādāna), are, indeed, the main
focus of Yogācāra thinking is argued at length in my Buddhist Phenomenology.
18 Wönch'uk also seems gripped by Bhāvaviveka's defining of unconditioned
Phenomenological approach 67 The word phenomenology is derived from the
philosophical tradition of Edmund Husserl ( 1859–1938 ) . 62 Its method is
greatly bound up with the search for essences . However , Smart affirms that he is
To begin with , one may wonder about the usage of the term “ a phenomenology
of no - self ” in the context of Buddhist traditions . Since the term “ phenomenology ” is used to signify a specific Western philosophical tradition , it
sounds strange ...
which he was writing , i.e. , the image that Buddhism is a world - denying
asceticism , nihilistic in philosophy and negative ... Dan Lusthaus , Buddhist Phenomenology : A Philosophical Investigation of Yogācāra Buddhism and the
Ch'eng Wei ...
47 Heidegger : Through Phenomenology to Thought , p . 291 . 48 Ibid . 49 The Phenomenological Movement : A Historical Introduction , 2 vols . ( The Hague :
Martinus Nijhoff , 1960 ) , 1 , 317 . into what Zen Buddhists call awakening ' ( wu
Author: International Association of Buddhist StudiesPublish On: 1985
REVIEWS The Bodymind Experience in Japanese Buddhism . A Phenomenological Study of Kūkai and Dōgen , by David Shaner . Albany : State
University of New York , 1985 . Comparative philosophy offers an author one of
the most ...
Author: International Association of Buddhist Studies
Buddhist Phenomenology : a philosophical investigation of Yogācāra Buddhism
and the Ch'eng Wei - shih lun . London : RoutledgeCurzon . McMahan , David ,
2002. Empty Vision : Metaphor and Visionary Imagery in Mahāyāna Buddhism .
... into cognitive science the concept of enaction , a cross for him between phenomenology and the Buddhist tradition . ... and the phenomenologists in their
critique of the notion of representation , he claims that Buddhism , not as a
religion but ...
Author: A. Berthoz
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
In a rare collaboration, a world famous brain scientist and an eminent philosopher have joined forces in an effort to understand how our brain interacts with the world. The text shows how those within phenomenology and physiology can interact to further our understanding of the brain and the mind.
His writings include Buddhist Phenomenology : A Philosophical Investigation of
Yogācāra Buddhism and the Ch'eng wei - shih lun and A Comprehensive
Commentary on the Heart Sutra ( Prajñāpāramitā - hşdaya - sūtra ) by K'ueichi ,
Author: William Edelglass
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This volume collects important philosophical texts from across the Buddhist tradition. Each text is translated and introduced by a recognized authority in Buddhist studies. Buddhist Philosophy provides an introduction to the vast and diverse traditions of Buddhist thought through a selection of their most significant texts. Each classic text is contextualized, historically and philosophically, with an introduction by leading contemporary scholars, making Buddhist Philosophy an ideal text for undergraduate courses.