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I have had the impression that "self" has at least sometimes been thought of as "something" other than the 5 aggregates. What does "self" mean? What is "sense of self"? …
asked Jul 27 by Angus
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Added: I am asking this because I am not sure if anything I observe would be considered "self" according to the Buddha. I don't have this problem with craving or suffering because I can observe … /experience craving and suffering and it seems quite clear that they can be and are defined as such. It seems to me I am unable to determine whether there is, isn't, what is or what isn't "self" because …
asked Oct 31 '18 by Angus
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It looks like according to [the Anatta-lakkhana Sutta][1] one aspect that is considered "self" by the Buddha is power or control. Why did he use the word "self" instead of just "complete control … /power"? Was/is there more to it than just power/control? Was there anything more meant by the Buddha according to the suttas by the usage of the word "self"? …
asked Dec 4 '18 by Angus