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'''Skilful means''' (Skt. ''upāya''; Tib. [[ཐབས་]], ''tab'' ; [[Wyl.]] ''thabs'') — compassion, which is the counterpart of the [[wisdom]] of [[emptiness]], and all [[bodhisattva]] activity motivated by compassion. The first five [[paramitas]] are skilful means, the sixth is wisdom.
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'''Skilful means''' (Skt. ''upāya''; Tib. [[ཐབས་]], ''tab'', [[Wyl.]] ''thabs'') — compassion, which is the counterpart of the [[wisdom]] of [[emptiness]], and all [[bodhisattva]] activity motivated by compassion. The first five [[paramitas]] are skilful means, the sixth is wisdom.
  
 
==Alternative Translations==
 
==Alternative Translations==
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*expedient devices
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*liberative arts ([[Robert Thurman]])
 
*skillful methods
 
*skillful methods
*expedient devices
 
  
 
[[Category:Key Terms]]
 
[[Category:Key Terms]]
 
[[Category:Paramitas]]
 
[[Category:Paramitas]]

Latest revision as of 13:17, 9 December 2019

Skilful means (Skt. upāya; Tib. ཐབས་, tab, Wyl. thabs) — compassion, which is the counterpart of the wisdom of emptiness, and all bodhisattva activity motivated by compassion. The first five paramitas are skilful means, the sixth is wisdom.

Alternative Translations