On Being Mindless

Author: Paul J. Griffiths
Subtitle: Buddhist Meditation and the Mind-Body Problem
No of Pages: 239
Edition: 1st
Year of Publication: 1986
File Size: 7 MB
Permission: Sourced from A Handful of Leaves Library (www.ahandfulofleaves.org/library).
Blurb: This book is about the philosophical implications of meditative practice. Specifically, its a case-study of certain intra-Buddhist controversies about the nature of a particular, precisely defined altered state of consciousness, attained by way of an equally well defined set of meditational practices.
Notes: Index. Bibliography. Annotated.