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Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy

Empty Persons (Ashgate World Philosophies Series)

by Mark Siderits

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buddhism,
  • Oriental & Indian philosophy,
  • Western philosophy,
  • Self (Philosophy),
  • Mind & Body,
  • Philosophy,
  • Identity (Psychology),
  • Movements - General,
  • Analysis (Philosophy)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9823004M
    ISBN 100754634736
    ISBN 109780754634737

    Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy. A book review by Andrew May. First published in The Middle Way, May PERSONAL IDENTITY AND BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY, by Mark Siderits, Ashgate, Aldershot, , ISBN 0 6, pp. , £ , he was a visiting lecturer at Saitama University and a Visiting researcher at Tōyō University. He is the author of Beyond Personal Identity (), the co-editor of Merleau-Ponty and Buddhism () and the editor of the Journal of Buddhist Philosophy. He also contributes a series of essays on Japanese Buddhism to

    Tanya Kant. Making it Personal. Algorithmic Personalization, Identity, and Everyday Life. Oxford University Press New Books in Communications New Books in Critical Theory New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Science & Technology New Books in Science, Technology, and Society New Books in Sociology New Books in Technology August 7, Dave O'Brien. Addresses the relationship between personal identity and the scope of moral obligation Is the first book to compare Buddhist philosophical ideas with both ancient and modern Western philosophers Deals with Nagarjuna, Vasubandhu and Santideva from the combined perspective of analytic ethics and scholarship in the history of philosophy.

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Book Description. Since the publication of Mark Siderits' important book inmuch has changed in the field of Buddhist philosophy. There has been unprecedented growth in analytic metaphysics, and a considerable amount of new work on Indian theories of the self and personal identity has emerged.

In Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy, Mark Siderits defends some of the major Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy book of Buddhism. More specifically, he spends the first half of the book defending the famous "no-self" view, and spells out its implications. In the second half of the book, Siderits argues in favor of the Madhyamaka interpretation of Buddhism against the 5/5(1).

Siderits (philosophy, Illinois State U.) uses portions of Buddhist philosophy to defend a modified version of the Reductionist view of persons promoted by Derek Parfit in Reasons and Persons, simultaneously demonstrating the purpose of "fusion" philosophy, wherein elements of one tradition are used to solve problems in the other (in this case, analytical metaphysics)/5(11).

The philosophical problem of personal identity has been the subject of much debate in both Western philosophy and Buddhist philosophy. This book initiates a conversation between the two traditions showing how concepts and tools drawn from one philosophical tradition can help solve problems arising in another, particularly as regards the Cited by: Since the publication of Mark Siderits' important book inmuch has changed in the field of Buddhist philosophy.

There has been unprecedented growth in analytic metaphysics, and a considerable amount of new work on Indian theories of the self and personal identity has emerged. Fully revised and updated, and drawing on these changes as well as on developments in the author's own.

Buy Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy: Empty Persons (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) 1 by Siderits, Mark, Siderits, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Since the publication of Mark Siderits' important book inmuch has changed in the field of Buddhist philosophy. There has been unprecedented growth in analytic metaphysics, and a considerable amount of new work on Indian theories of the self and personal identity has emerged. Since the publication of Mark Siderits' important book inmuch has changed in the field of Buddhist philosophy.

There has been unprecedented growth in analytic metaphysics, and a considerable amount of new work on Indian theories of the self and personal identity has : Taylor And Francis. The philosophical problem ofpersonal identity has been the subject ofmuch debate in both Western philosophy and Buddhist philosophy.

This book initiates a conversation between the two traditions showing how concepts and tools drawn from one philosophical tradition can help solve problems arising in another, particularly as regards the Author: Siderits, Mark.

General Overviews. Buddhist theories of the self and personal identity must be studied in relation to their background in early Indian thought. Horsch surveys the relevant material, though Steven Collins (see Studies) does this very thoroughly as well.A detailed historical treatment of early Buddhism may be found in Lamotte Conze may be recommended as providing valuable.

John Locke considered personal identity (or the self) to be founded on consciousness (viz. memory), and not on the substance of either the soul or the body. Chapter 27 of Book II of his Essay Concerning Human Understanding (), entitled "On Identity and Diversity", has been said to be one of the first modern conceptualizations of consciousness as the repeated self-identification of oneself.

Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy: Empty Persons. Mark Siderits. Ashgate (). Buy Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy by Mark Siderits () from Boomerang Books, Australia's Online Independent Bookstore.

Personal identity and Buddhist philosophy: empty persons. [Mark Siderits] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search 'Siderits's fusion philosophy replaces comparative philosophy, but this book transcends even his fusion philosophy.' Chang-Seong Hong.

Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy: Empty Mark Siderits. Ashgate, pages. $ A great book on Buddhist philosophy. This is the revised and updated version of the book that presents the Buddhist wisdom.

Thus, Sogyal Rinpoche introduces in earnest the teachings of Buddhism through “The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying”. This book enlightens the reader on the cycle of. Published on H-Buddhism (July, ) Mark Siderits describes this book as an exer‐ cise in "fusion philosophy" (p.

xi). His intention is to contribute to a dialogue between Indian Bud‐ dhism and recent analytic philosophy about the issue of personal identity. Although very aware of the dangers of anachronism and Orientalism.

Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy: Empty Persons, by Mark Siderits. Hampshire, England & Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publish-ing Company, Pp. H/b. Do traditional Buddhism and contemporary analytic philosophy have any-thing to say to each other.

In this extraordinarily honest and carefully written. Buddhist thought and Western philosophy include several parallels. Before the 20th century, a few European thinkers such as Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Nietzsche had engaged with Buddhist thought. Likewise, in Asian nations with Buddhist populations, there were also attempts to bring the insights of Western thought to Buddhist philosophy, as can be seen in the rise of Buddhist .In his Treatise (Book 1, Part 4, sec.

6) David Hume suggested that the idea of an enduring discoverable self was unfounded. Introspection revealed 'nothing but a bundle or collection of different perceptions, which succeed each other with an inconceivable rapidity, and are in a perpetual flux and movement.'.The philosophical problem of personal identity has been the subject of much debate in both Western philosophy and Buddhist philosophy.

This book initiates a conversation between the two traditions showing how concepts and tools drawn from one philosophical tradition can help solve problems arising in another, particularly as regards the.