What is the doctrine of Anatta? Now does it relate to the Hindu concept of Atman?
In Buddhism, the doctrine of Anatta states that there is no constant, permanent "self" or "soul" and that the "self" we experience is both an illusion and a source of pain. The term comes from the Pali words "an" (not, without) and "atta" (self, soul). It is often mentioned in the Pali canon...
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