Implicative negation

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Implicative negation (Skt. paryudāsa-pratiṣedha; Tib. མ་ཡིན་དགག་, mayin gak, Wyl. ma yin dgag) is defined as "realizing through positive determination by eliminating the object of negation with the conceptual mind" (Wyl. rtog blos dgag bya dgag pa rnam par bcad nas yongs gcod du rtogs par bya ba).

Alternative Translations

  • Internal negation (Samten & Garfield)
  • Negation of identity
  • Nominally bound negation
  • Partial negation
  • Qualified negation (LCN)