Buddhist philosophy and psychology · indica lingua

♦ What object, what name… a brief note on saññā

In classical Sanskrit, among the several meanings of saṃjñā we find also «name». By virtue of its derivation from saṃ√jñā (litt. «to know together with», i.e., «to agree»), this term signifies also «agreement»: to have an agreement with someone necessitates, of course, the employment of the same way of communication, of the same way of… Continue reading ♦ What object, what name… a brief note on saññā