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1. Journal of Indian Philosophy and Religion: Volume > 16
Fabio Gironi Śūnyatā and the Zeroing of Being: A reworking of ennpty concepts
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Barbara A. Amodio The Mahavidya (Great Lesson) of Sacred Transformation in Ten Mahesvan Icons of the Goddess: Secret Identities of Siva and the Goddess (Sakti) as One
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Gordon Haist Self and Kenosis
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Song-Chong Lee Hinduism and Neo-Confucianism on the Ideal Self
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Scott R. Stroud Śankara and the Challenges of Interpretation: Advaita Vedanta and the Ethical Dilemnnas of the Bhagavad Gita
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Joshua Anderson Character Consequentialism: Confucianism, Buddhism and Mill
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When discussing Eastern philosophy there is often a difficulty since characteristically Eastern ways of thinking do not map well onto Western philosophic categories. Yet, P. J. Ivanhoe suggests that a careful reading of Confucianism can illuminate and expand Western approaches to ethics. Ivanhoe maintains that the best way to understand Confucian ethics is as a hybrid of virtue ethics and consequentialism, a view he calls character consequentialism (CC). The paper will progress in the following way. First, I present Ivanhoe's conception of character consequentialism. Second, I discuss how C C , particularly as it is developed by Charles Goodman as a way to interpret Mahayana Buddhist ethics, relates to aspects of Mill's utilitarianism. This suggests that there is nothing especially new about CC. However, the similarities actually underscore the ways that Eastern and Western ethical theories can illuminate each other. Finally, I respond to Damien Keown's concern that CC is hopelessly confused.
7. Journal of Indian Philosophy and Religion: Volume > 16
Panos Eliopoulos The Irrational Self in the Fathers of the PHILOKAUA and in the Zen Buddhist Tradition
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Kisor K. Chakrabarti AAtmatattvaviveka (Analysis of the Nature of the Self) An Annotated Translation: Examination of the View that Destruction is unreal
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Nancy Snow Classical Indian Philosophy of Induction: The Nyāya Viewpoint
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Gordon Haist Classical Indian Philosophy of Induction: The Nyāya Viewpoint
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