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➳ [Read] ➮ The Buddhist Self: On Tathāgatagarbha and Ātman By C. V. Jones ➾ – Non-fiction-books.co The assertion that there is nothing in the constitution of any person that deserves to be considered the self tmana permanent unchanging kernel of personal identity in this life and those to comehas bThe assertion that there is nothing in the constitution of any person that deserves to be considered the self tmana permanent unchanging kernel of personal identity in this life and those to comehas been a cornerstone of Buddhist teaching from its inception Whereas other Indian religious systems celebrated the search for and potential discovery of ones true self Buddhism taught about the futility of searching for anything in our experience that is not transient and ephemeral But a small yet influential set of Mahyna Buddhist texts composed in India in the early centuries CE taught that all sentient beings possess at all times and across their successive lives the enduring and superlatively preciou.

S nature of a Buddha This was taught with reference to the enigmatic expression tathgatagarbhathe womb or chamber for a Buddhawhich some texts refer to as a persons true self The Buddhist Self is a methodical examination of Indian teaching about the tathgatagarbha otherwise the presence of ones Buddha nature and the extent to which different Buddhist texts and authors articulated this in terms of the self C V Jones attends to each of the Indian Buddhist works responsible for explaining what is meant by the expression tathgatagarbha and how far this should be understood or promoted using the language of selfhood With close attention to these sources Jones argues that the trajectory of Buddha nature.

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