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The '''uncategorized absolute''' (Skt. ''aparyāyaparamārtha''; Tib. [[རྣམ་གྲངས་མ་ཡིན་པའི་དོན་དམ་]] [[Wyl.]] ''rnam grangs ma yin pa'i don dam'') is described as the actual [[absolute truth]], free from all [[conceptual elaboration]], such as 'existence', 'non-existence', 'arising', 'non-arising' and so on. It is connected with wisdom ([[ཡེ་ཤེས་]], ''ye shes'') and the state of [[meditative absorption]].
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The '''uncategorized absolute''' (Skt. ''aparyāyaparamārtha''; Tib. [[རྣམ་གྲངས་མ་ཡིན་པའི་དོན་དམ་]] [[Wyl.]] ''rnam grangs ma yin pa'i don dam'') is described as the actual [[absolute truth]], free from all [[conceptual elaboration]], such as 'existence', 'non-existence', 'arising', 'non-arising' and so on. It is connected with [[primordial wisdom]] and the state of [[meditative absorption]].
  
 
==Alternative Translations==
 
==Alternative Translations==

Latest revision as of 14:10, 5 February 2012

The uncategorized absolute (Skt. aparyāyaparamārtha; Tib. རྣམ་གྲངས་མ་ཡིན་པའི་དོན་དམ་ Wyl. rnam grangs ma yin pa'i don dam) is described as the actual absolute truth, free from all conceptual elaboration, such as 'existence', 'non-existence', 'arising', 'non-arising' and so on. It is connected with primordial wisdom and the state of meditative absorption.

Alternative Translations

  • Absolute beyond conceptualization
  • Absolute qua undenotable (Kapstein)
  • Actual ultimate (PAD)
  • Nonconceptual ultimate (Pettit)
  • Non-discursively formulated ultimate (Lipman)
  • Non-notational ultimate (Phuntsho)
  • Non-represented ultimate (Dreyfus & Garfield)

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