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" Buddha, 1 i., p. 122, n. Dr. Neumann renders it by Jlort, following Childers. It is worthy of note that, in connexion with the heresy of identifying the self with the physical organism generally (below, p. 259), the Cy. makes no allusion to heart, or... "
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by Oriental Translation Fund - 1923
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A history of philosophy, from Thales to the present time. Tr. by G ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Ueberweg - 1872
...the affection takes place, without being obliged Erst to move itself to that place ; it is therefore wholly present both in the entire body and in each part of it, whereas the corporeal is with each of its parts only in ono place (Ep. 166 ad liier., 4; Contra Ep....
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History of Philosophy, from Thales to the Present Time, Volume 1

Friedrich Ueberweg - 1885 - 560 pages
...the affection takes place, without being obliged first to move itself to that place ; it is therefore wholly present both in the entire body and in each part of it, whereas the corporeal is with each of its parts only in one place (Ep. 16G ad Hier.,4; Contra Ep. Man.,...
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 506 pages
...note that, in connexion with the heresy of identifying the self with the physical organism generally x (below, p. 259), the Cy. makes no allusion to heart,...trip? For he, too, held that the body was ' in the soul,'NX permeated by it as air is by fire (Enn. iv.). Buddhaghosa's illustrative metaphor is ' as...
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 514 pages
...organism generally (below, p. 250), the Cy. makes no allusion to heart, or other part of the riipam, in connexion with views (2) or (4). These apparently...fire (Enn. iv.). Buddhaghosa's illustrative metaphor is ' as a flower being " in " its own perfume.' I regret that space fails me to reproduce his analysis...
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The Meaning of Personal Life

Newman Smyth - 1916 - 363 pages
...where it takes place, without being compelled first to move itself to that place; it is, therefore, wholly present both in the entire body and in each part of it. Yet he regarded this unextended, immaterial principle as a substance, or subject, and not itself a...
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