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The Phenomenology of Meditation (Part Two)
2012-04-09 The Phenomenology of Meditation (Part Two) 62:09
Stephen Batchelor
Reflections on "an ordinary person's life," as understood in a passage by the 9th century Chan master Teshan. This idea is related to the Buddha's phenomenological analysis of human experience (the "all") into namarupa and consciousness, a vision of life where there is no transcendent awareness or consciousness "outside" ordinary experience, thereby revealing a common thread between the Pali Canon and early Chan.
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