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Nine, calls realization to the truth that the note «knowledge» (jf/lina) is absent in siUra 1. four, the place the definition of conception is given, however it seems right here, in siltra 1. 6. it sort of feels a. s although a few competitors had objected to a fully natural sense-perception with no the slightest admixture of the combining mind and maintained that it should now not even signify wisdom, because the senses are via themselves subconscious, njiiana-st,abhiil)am .. . pratyal~~am, cp. Tattvasg. , p. 366. 21. Vinltadeva, p. forty three. 10 feet. , and Kamalasila, p. 367. 1 toes. , therefure maiutain (in helping their view via an analogous instance) that jnana has to be understood within the definition implidtly. This it appears is authorized via Dh. , cpo 'fipp. , p. 26. 6 (read bhriillter). Dharmakirti's addition of the wordabkriinta has given. upward thrust to loads of confrontation between all commentators. He himself the following explains it as inclnding no longer ouly hallucinat. ions, hnt all types of illusive notion. Dignuga comprises all empirical wisdom (samvrti), in addition to all inference into his pratyakfCibhiisa, cpo Pl'. sam ucc, 1. eight. The time period prama~a is therefore used both in poor health an immediate or in an oblique SellS~. Realllramatta iil purely the natural l)ratyakf a . 1 2 26 . A. brief TREATISE OF good judgment eight. Sen s e ok now 1 e d g e (s ens a t ion). (10. 4). Cognition, so far as it relies (on the task) of the senses (alone), is sensation. (10. 5). with a view to solution the feedback raised opposed to the idea of psychological sensation the writer proceeds to offer its definition. nine. psychological sensation follows (the fi rst second of each) sense-cognition (which is therefore) its immed i ate I y pre c e din g hom zero g e n e zero usc a use. (T he 1at tel') is coo in line with a tin g wit h (t h e cor res p zero n din g ailing zero males t zero f) the zero b j e c t, (i. e. , wit h t hat mother e n tar y zero b j e c t) w hie h imm ed ia te ly fo a hundred and ten ws the prop er (mom en t ary) zero bj ect (of sensation). (10. 8). the correct item of sense-knowledge (is the thing within the second resembling sensation). the subsequent item is the item which isn't diverse, (is rather just like it). distinction right here capacity period in time as weHas distinction in caliber. (10. 9). hence, (every) distinction (between the 2 short-term gadgets) is denied. The relatively comparable moment second following upon the instant while the thing has produced sensation and supported (by the previous one) is right here alluded to. I (10. 10). This being the case, (it is obvious) that the following following second of the thing, after the instant such as sensation, a member of a similar compact sequence of moments, is the following intended. This (second second) is the following stated to cooperate with sensatioD. (10. 11). Cooperation (or causation) may have diversified meanings. it could suggest both a true mutual effect of (one truth upon the other), or (the compresence of 2 proof by way of one other truth known as their) one outcome. (10. 12). seeing that we're the following (on Buddhist flooring) all fact is lowered to short-term (sense-data). A short-term fact can't most likely have an increment (as a result), for that reason cooperation (is to be taken within the moment sense), as one ensuing truth (following upon previous facts).