无我 (無我) wúwǒ

wúwǒ noun selflessness / non-self / anātman / anattā
Domain: Buddhism 佛教
Notes: Sanskrit equivalent: anātman, Pāli: anattā, or Sanskrit niṣpudgala. Anātman is the concept that there is no independent and enduring self, in contrast to 我 ātman 'self' that there is a controller of the mind and body that passes between lifetimes. It is the third of the 三法印 trilakṣaṇa 'three marks of existence'; FGS translation standard: Non-Self (BL 'anātman'; Faxiang; FGDB '無我').

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