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Itsuki Hayashi

Kyoto University


Re: The relationship between the error-theory of the self and the theory of consciousness in Yogācāra School

Hi Fang Min,Having read over your powerpoint I understand fully how you went about arguing against Ganeri and why, and I completely agree that 1) kliSTa-manas is already erroneous, 2) self/mineness refers to AlayavijJAna (in the sense that manas...... (more)
2015 KU-NCCU Graduate Workshop on Asian Philosophy@KICAS | May 13, 2015 | Views: 1,304

Re: Two Images of the World

Hi Tanaka-san, thank you for posting your presentation. I could not attend the workshop so I am glad to be able to take a look.I have always been puzzled about the Madhyamaka rejection of intrinsic nature, particularly their argument from dependency...... (more)
Triangular Graduate Conference on Asian Philosophy@KICAS | March 31, 2015 | Views: 1,163

Re: What Causes the Sprout? - Buddhist Accounts of Cooperative Causation

Hi Gustav, thanks for your suggestion. I want to clarify your suggestion. When you say "include it", what does the "it" refer to, and by dependent origination do you intend to mean origination of cognitions, physical things, or all things generally? Sorry...... (more)
2015 KU-NCCU Graduate Workshop on Asian Philosophy@KICAS | March 31, 2015 | Views: 1,136

Itsuki's Notes on Chapter 1, “The Unavoidable Void: Nonexistence, Absence, and Emptiness” by Arindam Chakrabarti

1.  The Conclusion and the author’s stance regarding EmptinessChakrabarti’s thesis is clear: absence is real, and qualms about its reality are due to the failure to distinguish between not-being (absence) and non-being. However, his conclusion is...... (more)
Nothingness in Asian Philosophy@CAPE | February 25, 2015 | Views: 679

Itsuki's Notes on Introduction by Jeelou Liu and Douglas L. Berger

1. Representational accuracy of the IntroductionSome general claims have been challenged. Firstly, is there a clear distinction between western philosophy and Asian philosophy, such that western philosophy began with investigation of being and existence,...... (more)
Nothingness in Asian Philosophy@CAPE | February 25, 2015 | Views: 735

Prof. Deguchi's Comments on Koji Tanaka, "In Search of the Semantics of Emptiness"

Comments on Koji’s Paper: In Search of the Semantics of EmptinessY Deguchi 10 Dec 2014 Virtues: None. Vices No definite conclusion: ‘The realization of emptiness thus depends on the attachment of a semantics that can accommodate it” (63) This is right....... (more)
Nothingness in Asian Philosophy@CAPE | December 10, 2014 | Views: 806


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