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

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#The basic category of [[main mind]] (Tib. ''tsowo sem kyi shyi'') | #The basic category of [[main mind]] (Tib. ''tsowo sem kyi shyi'') | ||

#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 the permanent and uncompounded (Tib. ''dumaché takpé 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'') | ||

==Alternative Translations== | ==Alternative Translations== |

## Revision as of 23:34, 20 February 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:

- The basic category of apparent forms (Tib.
*nangwa zuk kyi shyi*) - The basic category of main mind (Tib.
*tsowo sem kyi shyi*) - The basic category of accompanying mental events (Tib.
*khor semjung gi 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*)

## Alternative Translations

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