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Conceptualism in Buddhist and French traditions

Harjeet Singh Gill

Conceptualism in Buddhist and French traditions

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Published by Punjabi University in Patiala .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementHarjeet Singh Gill
ContributionsPunjabi University. Dept. of Punjabi Development
Classifications
LC ClassificationsB162 .G52 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination211 p. ;
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24490970M
ISBN 108130201321
LC Control Number2009305031
OCLC/WorldCa465332288

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In Conceptualism in Buddhist and French Traditions Professor Harjeet Singh Gill has presented a typological comparison between the two most significant intellectual traditions of India and Europe. Beginning with the twelfth century French philosopher, Pierre Abelard, the French philosophical reflections have always been equidistant from Anglo.

Get this from a library. Signification in language and culture. [Harjeet Singh Gill; Indian Institute of Advanced Study.;] -- Contributed articles presented during the International Symposium on Signification in Buddhist and French Traditions held at Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Sept.

Conceptualism definition is - a theory in philosophy intermediate between realism and nominalism that universals exist in the mind as concepts of discourse or as predicates which may be properly affirmed of.

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About the Book Sanskrit language has functioned as a repository of various knowledge system and intellectual discourses for more than three millennia.

With a view to bring out the holistic perspective of these systems and discourses, the Sahitya Akademi organized a national seminar on ‘India’s Intellectual Traditions as revealed through Sanskrit Sources’ during March at New Delhi.

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conceptualism, in philosophy, position taken on the problem of universals [1], initially by Peter Abelard [2] in the 12th cent.

Like nominalism it denied that universals exist independently of the mind, but it held that universals have an existence in the mind as concept.

Buddhist Conceptualism As usual, Buddhism takes the middle way between essentialism and nominalism. The Madhyamaka ('Middle Way') rejects essentialism but nevertheless regards universals as more than mere words, they are known as 'generic images' or 'generally characterized phenomena'.

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areas of Buddhist doctrine and practice which are common to most Buddhist traditions. I would also like to thank my brother Peter Williams for comments and encouragement on an early version of the book’s first few chapters, and fun with the computer.

This work is dedicated to my wife Sharon in the confidence that she is unlikely to read it. The subsequent wave of Tibetan Buddhist teachers in the ’s, such as the Dalai Lama and Chogyam Trungpa, further exploded concepts and emphasized the actual practice of meditation.

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