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Image – Text – Reality in Buddhism: Interrelation & Internegation
Text and image are the major modes by which humans make sense of the world and, more categorically speaking, construct the (meaningful) world.

The seminar will feature presentations on how sources from Buddhist traditions and other relevant theoretical literature engage with the complex interrelations between psychological and ontological aspects of meaning-making and representation – both from a broader philosophical perspective, as well as dealing with more specific themes, such as

– differences, congruities or patterns of interaction between textual and visual representational structures and referential
mechanisms;
– exegetical procedures, perceptual mechanisms and, possibly, cognitive transformations that, according to sources, are involved in aligning ordinary semantics and pragmatics of texts and image with the fundamental meaning of a teaching.
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