The Material Basis of Buddhist ‘Consciousness’ (Vijnana)

Instead, the Buddha reiterated that different types consciousness arises out of specific material conditions, and that without the presence of these specific material conditions, the different types of consciousness do not arise. The concept of Buddhist consciousness does not constitute a theistic ‘atma’, or ‘soul’ that stands in opposition to the material world, but is in fact a product of conditions arising out of the material world.

Chinese and Arabic Institute of Painting and Calligraphy – Celebrates the 91st Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China (2012)

The Hui Chinese-Muslim population surrounding the Najiahu Mosque-area, were very appreciative of the efforts of their scholars associated with the Chinese and Arabic Painting and Calligraphy Institute, and were very enthusiastic about celebrating the 91st anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.

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