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The doctrine that everything that exists in time exists only for a moment is a keynote doctrine of Buddhism. It analyses apparently continuous existence into something like the apparently continuous existence of the image cast by projected movie film: a succession of discrete momentary existences comes to appear as a continuous existence. See also endurance/perdurance, fulguration, Leibniz.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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