Buddhist Conception of Reality

Autores: Carmen Dragonetti y Fernando Tola

The purpose of this article is to present, in a succinct way, the principal elements of the Buddhist conception of reality, not at its beginning, as it appears only in the earliest texts, nor in the course of its historical evolution, showing its different stages, but in the form this conception assumed when it had been fixed once for all several centuries after the Parinirvāṇa of Buddha.


Tola, F. & Dragonetti, C. (2011), “Buddhist conception of reality”, Kokoro: Journal of the Essential Lay Buddhism Study Center 6(2): 1-29.