Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder #2020

Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder By Sue Hamilton Early Buddhism A New Approach The I of the Beholder New interpretations of the central teachings of early Buddhism mainly the relationship between identity and perception in early Buddhism
  • Title: Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder
  • Author: Sue Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780700713578
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder By Sue Hamilton New interpretations of the central teachings of early Buddhism, mainly the relationship between identity and perception in early Buddhism.
    Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder By Sue Hamilton
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    About "Sue Hamilton"

    1. Sue Hamilton

      Sue Hamilton is a British archaeologist who is a Professor of Prehistory at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.A specialist in Later European Prehistory, she has published various papers and academic books on the subject based upon her own research.

    603 thoughts on “Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder”

    1. wow a western analytical thinker deconstructs the Lord Buddha s teachings, and finds them to be sound and useful I hope this is making an impact on our philosophers.


    2. This book tackles the role of self in early Buddhism, arguing that it was not the issue in the philosophy religion She also argues that Buddhism was about experience, and any attempt to transform it into an ontology would lead into problems.Her arguments are good, what she has to say about Buddhism is useful and thought provoking, but at times she seems to repeat herself and her sentence structure gets awkward at times.


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