Auteur Marco Ferrante is a specialist in Indian philosophy, with a special focus on epistemology, philosophy of mind and philosoph...
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Marco Ferrante is a specialist in Indian philosophy, with a special focus on epistemology, philosophy of mind and philosophy of language. He was Berggruen Fellow in Comparative Philosophy at the University of Oxford, UK.
Résumé This book examines the theory of consciousness developed by the school of Recognition, an Indian philosophical tradition that thrived around the 10th c. CE in Kashmir, and argues that consciousness has a linguistic nature.
Historical and Philosophical Contexts 2. The Buddhist Doctrine of NonSelf 3. The True Nature of SelfAwareness 4. SelfAwareness and the Pratyabhijñ's forerunners 5. A Linguistic Consciousness 6. Subjectivity and FirstPerson Stance 7. Self
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Indian Perspectives on Consciousness, Language and Self
The School of Recognition on Linguistics and Philosophy of Mind