Pudgalavādin (Sanskrit; faded: puggalavādin ), “individualists”, indicates two of the Eighteen schools old of the Bouddhisme:
- the school Sammitīya
- the school Vātsiputriya
These schools are gathered under the term pudgalavādin in reference to their theory. Buddhism denies the heart Hindu, Atman, and its Réincarnation, but indicates a process continuing life in life; this theoretical difficulty brought various solutions, and the schools pudgalavādin propose a specific interpretation of it.
For the pudgalavādin, the individual is not similar to traditional the five aggregates of attachment, but it is not either different; it is neither permanent nor transitory, Anitya. This individual passes from one life to the other, but at the time of dead it passes by a “intermediate state”.
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