Meditations on Philosophy of Mind in Tibetan Buddhism. Douglas S. Duckworth (2019). Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy of Mind and Nature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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https://doi.org/10.31649/sent41.03.132

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hard problem of consciousness, rnying ma, dge mang, ris med, rdzogs chen

Abstract

Review of Douglas S. Duckworth (2019). Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy of Mind and Nature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Author Biography

Olena Kalantarova, Hr. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, NAS of Ukraine

independent researcher, a PhD graduate

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Kalantarova, O. (2022). Meditations on Philosophy of Mind in Tibetan Buddhism. Douglas S. Duckworth (2019). Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy of Mind and Nature. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Sententiae, 41(3), 132–154. https://doi.org/10.31649/sent41.03.132

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