At first sight, this question is sufficiently different from this later question to not be a duplicate. The first asks about the meaning of "anatta", the second asks about the best English translation. However, when you look at the main texts of the questions, they're pretty much identical, and both are asking about meaning. As a result, there's been a bit of back and forth in the comments about whether it should be closed. Based only on the titles I considered them clearly different, but then looking at the content I changed my mind. As a result I cast a close-as-duplicate vote. My assumption is that the OP will either change the text to match the title, in which case I'd remove my close vote (assuming I can do that -- at very least I'd discourage others from closing), or they'll let the content stand and change the title to match it, in which case I think it's clearly a duplicate.
Or they may just leave it as is, with title mismatching the content. Any thoughts on assessing a question when its title doesn't match its main text content? Overall, I think that's problematic, in terms of keeping the quality of Q's and A's high, and should be fixed.