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such its nature approaches much nearer to the “ambiguous” realities of Kierkegaard.] noted: Postscript, p. 302. noted. [The cloud is not “potential rain;” it is, in itself, a certain quantity of water vapour, which at a given temperature and under a given pressure is strictly what it is. The in-itself is actuality.] noted by a wavy line. [But the Ego is far from being the personalizing pole of a consciousness which without it would remain in the impersonal stage; on the contrary, it is consciousness in its fundamental selfn.ess which under certain conditions allows the appearance of the Ego as the transcendent-phenomenon of that selfness.] noted: It is inherently impossible to derive an Ego from a play of reflexions, unless it is already there implicitly. [Thus from its first arising, consciousness by the pure nihilating movement of reflection makes itself personal; for what confers personal existence on a being is not the possession of an Ego—which is only the sign of the personality—but it is the fact that the being exists for itself as a presence to itself.] noted: This is a clever guess, but all the same it is wrong. [In fact how can the person be defined if not as a free relation to himself?] noted: This question is not as rhetorical as Sartre intends it. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted.

Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  

Part B includes two early essays (Nibbana and Anatta and Sketch for a Proof of Rebirth) as well as notes from a Commonplace Book and Margina...

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