Selflessness in Theravada Buddhism: Imagery and Thought

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This book explores the Buddhist concept of anatta, or “not-self,” which rejects the notion of a permanent self or soul. The author delves into the cultural and historical context of this doctrine, particularly its connection to Brahmanical beliefs. The book also examines how the Theravada Buddhist tradition has developed a philosophical and psychological understanding of personal identity and continuity despite the denial of self. With a paperback format and 336 pages, this publication by Cambridge University Press provides an in-depth study on the topic. It is available in English and weighs 455 grams, with dimensions of 15.24 x 2.13 x 22.86 cm.

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