“The Ultimate Dream” – John GRAY

In Buddhist meditation, the adept peels away the veils of habit that shroud our senses by a practice of bare attention. Buddhists believe that by the refinement of attention we can attain insight into reality – the momentary, vanishing world that ordinary attention simplifies and makes palatable to us. In order to help us live,… Continue lendo “The Ultimate Dream” – John GRAY

“An Indian philosophy of universal contingency: Nagarjuna’s school” – Fernando TOLA; Carmen DRAGONETTI

The Normal Experience and the Philosophical Study of the Empirical Reality The ordinary experience reveals to us a reality composed of beings and things which present themselves as existing in se et per se, as compact, continuous and unitary, as permanent and as real, i.e. as being such as we perceive them. The Madhyamika school… Continue lendo “An Indian philosophy of universal contingency: Nagarjuna’s school” – Fernando TOLA; Carmen DRAGONETTI