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The Kumulipo has become one of the most well-known compositions in Kanaka (Hawaiian) culture. This article focuses on sections 8 – 11 of the chant, which describe the coming forth of humanity in the context of the shift from Pō (darkness) to Ao (light). This shift is a pivotal moment in the...
There is debate about the ontological status of conventional entities in Abhidharma thought. Buddhist texts often draw a distinction between two different kinds of entities, ultimately real entities (paramārtha-sat) and conventionally real entities (saṃvṛti-sat) but are often unclear about what...
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