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Author: Mark Siderits

architecture of early hominids would not have conferred a reproductive advantage in the environment of evolutionary adaptation, especially given that they are likely to have already been equipped with a mind-reading faculty (something humans share with other primates). But I shall not go into any of that here

In: Buddhist Philosophy of Consciousness
Author: Zhihua Yao

. Lusthaus 2013 Dan Lusthaus, “A Note on Medicine and Psychosomatic Relations in the First Two Bhūmi s of the Yogācārabhūmi .” In The Foundation for Yoga Practitioners: The Buddhist Yogācābhūmi Treatise and Its Adaptation in India, East Asia, and Tibet , edited by Ulrich Timme Kragh (Harvard University

In: Buddhist Philosophy of Consciousness
Author: Anthony Tribe

observed that the murals and clay sculptures of early Western Himalayan art reflect a process of Tibetan integration and adaptation of their Indian sources. 24 This means that it may not always be feasible to pinpoint precise textual sources for iconography. Elements of a maṇḍala ’s or image

In: Śaivism and the Tantric Traditions
Author: Eyal Aviv

1 Prelude During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Chinese Buddhism, like China in general, was at a crossroads. As the world order was changing, the entire country was undergoing a painful process of political, economic, and cultural adaptations. Chinese religious

In: Differentiating the Pearl from the Fish-Eye: Ouyang Jingwu and the Revival of Scholastic Buddhism

and metaphorically) of Mahāvairocana in an adaptation of the yogatantra Vajradhātu-mahāmaṇḍala. Chapter 23, by Parul Dave-Mukherji, is entitled “Life and Afterlife of Sādṛśya : Revisiting the Citrasūtra through the Nationalism-Naturalism Debate in Indian Art History.” This essay revisits

In: Śaivism and the Tantric Traditions
Author: Judit Törzsök

prescribed have close affinity to the kinds of ritual attributed to Kāpālikas, these chapters could well be adaptations or assimilations of originally Kāpālika rituals, 20 although this remains a hypothesis in the absence of any surviving Kāpālika scriptures. It is also notable that the Brahmayāmala

In: Śaivism and the Tantric Traditions

Surinamese Hinduism is the outcome of immigrant adaptation in the Caribbean. Plantation colonies in this part of the world were exploited with slave labor. After the abolition of slavery in the 19th century (in the case of Suriname, this was relatively late, in 1863), most plantation colonies in

In: Brill's Encyclopedia of Hinduism Online
Authors: Haoyun Zhu and Guangxiang Rao

Consumption and Ecological Civilization Jianghan Tribune ’, (资本逻辑、符号式消费与生态文明, Zi ben luo ji fu hao shi xiao fei yu sheng tai wen ming ). Jianghan Tribune ( 10 ): 63 – 69 . Lin , Shengdong , Paul Van Den Hoven , & Zhang Yiqiong ( 2018 ). ‘ Global Adervitising Adaptation for Chinese

In: Signs and Media
Author: Massimo Leone

acquire a ritualistic aura; it is not essentially meant to change the face’s identity yet it deeply does so, with a whole series of practices, tactics, and ‘semiotic bricolage’ actions aiming at controlling such loss of identity (personalization in wearing it, customization, decoration, adaptation to

In: Signs and Media