This question is for Buddhists. From what I understand, Buddhists deny that we have an enduring self on the basis that everything (including ourselves) is in a constant state of change. But on the other hand, Buddhists subscribe to reincarnation, which is determined by karma. How is it possible to be reincarnated if we have no enduring self? If I am not the same person now as I was ten minutes ago, how can I possibly be the same person as somebody in a previous life?
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