Anthropology through Buddhist Lenses

Anthropology through Buddhist Lenses: Interplays among the Self, the Other, and Buddhism   Soraj Hongladarom, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University   “Formerly, in effect, one believed in ‘the soul’ as one believed in grammar and the grammatical subject: one said, ‘I’ is the condition, ‘think’ is the predicate and is conditioned—to think is an activity … Continue reading Anthropology through Buddhist Lenses