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Are there any books or philosophers that analyze or refute ideas in bhuddist thought like anatta (so-self)? How reliable are intuitions? Can we be sure enlightenment isn't some sort of delusional mind state?

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>>18501702
Kyoto School, probably

>> No.18501729

>>18501702
I'm 95% sure these threads are false flags posted by Guenon fag.

>> No.18501753

>>18501729
Wdym these threads. Never read guenon

>> No.18501818

>>18501702
enlightenment is the removal of ignorance. by definition it cannot be a delusional state of mind. whether the buddhists prescribe the correct path for the removal of ignorance is a separate conversation

i think it works personally

>> No.18501969

>>18501702
it clearly is a delusional (or at least "altered") mind state the only question is if its a better state or not than the mind is in by default

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>>18501702
>Are there any books or philosophers that analyze or refute ideas in bhuddist thought like anatta (so-self)?
Yes, the Hindu philosopher Adi Shankara (pbuh) refuted Buddhist teachings extensively

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>>18502088
Rent free

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