Difference between revisions of "Five basic categories of knowable things"

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#The basic category of accompanying [[Fifty-one mental states|mental events]] (Tib. ''khor semjung gi shyi'')
 
#The basic category of accompanying [[Fifty-one mental states|mental events]] (Tib. ''khor semjung gi shyi'')
 
#The basic category of [[non-concurrent formations]] (Tib. ''denpar mayinpa duché kyi shyi'')  
 
#The basic category of [[non-concurrent formations]] (Tib. ''denpar mayinpa duché kyi shyi'')  
#The basic category of the [[permanent and uncompounded]] (Tib. ''dumaché takpé shyi'')
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#The basic category of the permanent and [[uncompounded]] (Tib. ''dumaché takpé shyi'')
  
 
==Alternative Translations==
 
==Alternative Translations==

Latest revision as of 19:26, 7 July 2019

The five basic categories of knowable things (Tib. ཤེས་བྱ་གཞི་ལྔ་, shé ja shyi nga, Wyl. shes bya gzhi lnga), according to the Vaibhashika School, are:

  1. The basic category of apparent forms (Tib. nangwa zuk kyi shyi)
  2. The basic category of main mind (Tib. tsowo sem kyi shyi)
  3. The basic category of accompanying mental events (Tib. khor semjung gi shyi)
  4. The basic category of non-concurrent formations (Tib. denpar mayinpa duché kyi shyi)
  5. The basic category of the permanent and uncompounded (Tib. dumaché takpé shyi)

Alternative Translations

  • Five basic categories of reality (Thubten Jinpa, Science and Philosophy)