Buddhaghosa, a major figure in the history of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, argues against the need for a self to control and coordinate mental activities.
Dignāga argues that all perception is accompanied by self-awareness.
The great Buddhist thinker Dignāga argues that general concepts and language are mere constructions superimposed on perception.
Vasubandhu’s path to Yogācāra Buddhism, a form of idealism which holds that nothing can be mind-independent.
We're joined by Marie-Hélène Gorisse for a look at the Jain theory of knowledge.
The Jain theory of standpoints or non-onesidedness (anekāntavāda) makes truth a matter of perspective.