Mind – Its Way of Existence, Structure and Functions in Tibetan Buddhism – Comparison with Phenomenology
Mind, its defining characteristics
Types of consciousness; their cognitive abilities
Stream of consciousness, its continuity
Place and significance of ego within the structure of mind
Meditative approach to mind
The text includes some notes comparing Oriental tradition with Western Phenomenology (Husserl and Ingarden). These are two different approaches to the subject: philosophically-meditational and philosophically-scientific. Comparative analysis of Eastern and Western knowledge on mind results in exposition convergences as well as differences between both traditions.
KeywordsMental Activity Buddhist Philosophy Aggregate Factor Mental Cognition True Existence
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