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Self-cognition? Saṃghabhadra, Armstrong, and Introspective Consciousness

Self-cognition? Saṃghabhadra, Armstrong, and Introspective Consciousness Abstract On the shoulders of Saṃghabhadra (5th century C.E.) and D. M. Armstrong (1926-2014), we present a model of consciousness which is reflective and perceptual. Tentative replies to the criticisms of the HOP theory, implications of this model with empirical cases, and issues pertinent to the Buddhist idea of non-self are addressed. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Self-cognition? Saṃghabhadra, Armstrong, and Introspective Consciousness

Philosophy East and West

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Abstract On the shoulders of Saṃghabhadra (5th century C.E.) and D. M. Armstrong (1926-2014), we present a model of consciousness which is reflective and perceptual. Tentative replies to the criticisms of the HOP theory, implications of this model with empirical cases, and issues pertinent to the Buddhist idea of non-self are addressed.

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Philosophy East and WestUniversity of Hawai'I Press

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