This chapter considers the nature of consciousness from various Buddhist points of view, and from the standpoint of analytic philosophy of mind and phenomenology. Insights from specific Buddhist traditions are used to develop critiques of positions mobilized in contemporary debates and to suggest new distinctions to mobilize in the discussion of consciousness.
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