[Hinduism] Anātman (अनात्मन्) in Sanskrit means not spiritual, corporeal, unreal, something different from spirit or soul, not self, another. In Advaita Vedanta this word is used to indicate Samsara i.e. the world - existence or the world phenomena, which is the unreal projected by ignorance on the real, that is, on Brahman...
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In Buddhism, the central teaching that there is no soul, no self. It comes from the negative of atman, the Hindu notion of a soul which is eternal and which survives after death and enters another...
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