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The '''two types of conventional valid cognition''' ([[Wyl.]] ''tha snyad tshad ma gnyis'') are according to [[Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche]]:
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The '''two types of conventional valid cognition''' (Tib. ཐ་སྙད་ཚད་མ་གཉིས་, ''tanyé tsema nyi'', [[Wyl.]] ''tha snyad tshad ma gnyis'') are according to [[Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche]]:
# conventional valid cognition of ordinary limited vision, ''or'' valid cognition of ordinary limited vision investigating the conventional level of reality  (''ma dag tshur mthong tha synad dpyod pa'i tshad ma''), and
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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 tshur mthong tha synad dpyod pa'i tshad ma''), and
# 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 dpyod pa'i tshad ma'')
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#[[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 dpyod pa'i tshad ma'')<noinclude>
  
== Further Reading ==
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==Further Reading==
 
'''In English'''
 
'''In English'''
 
*Kapstein, M., ''Mi-pham's Theory of Interpretation'', in ''Buddhist Hermeneutics'', ed. Lopez, D., Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, P.159.
 
*Kapstein, M., ''Mi-pham's Theory of Interpretation'', in ''Buddhist Hermeneutics'', ed. Lopez, D., Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, P.159.
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*[[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.
 
*[[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.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:31, 9 March 2018

The two types of conventional valid cognition (Tib. ཐ་སྙད་ཚད་མ་གཉིས་, tanyé tsema nyi, Wyl. tha snyad tshad ma gnyis) are according to Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche:

  1. conventional valid cognition of ordinary limited vision, or valid cognition of ordinary limited vision investigating the conventional level of reality (ma dag tshur mthong tha synad dpyod pa'i tshad ma), and
  2. 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 dpyod pa'i tshad ma)

Further Reading

In English

  • Kapstein, M., Mi-pham's Theory of Interpretation, in Buddhist Hermeneutics, ed. Lopez, D., Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, P.159.
  • Lipman, K., What is Buddhist Logic, in Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation, ed. Goodman, S. and Davidson, R., Ablbany: SUNY Press, 1992, pp.27-39.
  • 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.