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    The Absence of Self: An Existential Phenomenological View of The Anatman Experience
    Philosophical Investigations 13 (28): 171-179. 2019.
    This paper focuses on the Anatman experience as described by Guatma. Many Buddhist philosophers consider the absence of self as a foundational experience of Buddhism. This paper elaborates the Buddhist Absence of Self from the View of Existential Phenomenology. The paper articulates the phenomenological difference between the Ontic-Ontological absence of Self in early Buddhism and the Ontic-Ontological presence of Self in Contemporary Existential Phenomenology. Throughout the paper there is an E…Read more