Difference between revisions of "Two types of conventional valid cognition"
(New page: The '''two types of conventional valid cognition''' (Wyl. ''tha snyad tshad ma gnyis'') are according to Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche, # Conventional valid cognition of ordinary limite...)
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- Conventional valid cognition of ordinary limited vision, or valid cognition of ordinary limited vision investigating the conventional level of reality (ma dag mthur mthong tha snad dpyod pa'i tshad ma)
- Conventional valid cognition of pure vision, or valid cognition of pure vision investigating the conventional level of reality(dag pa'i gzigs snang tha snyad spyod pa'i tshad ma)
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- Pettit, J.W., Mipham's Beacon of Certainty, Boston: Wisdom, 1999, pp.107-111.
- Pöpa Tulku, Notes on Mipam's essential points of the Exposition of Buddha Nature, in Duckworth, D., Mipam on Buddha-Nature, Albany: SUNY Press, 2008, pp.181-189.