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“They may be validly cognized during that interval by nonconceptual straightforward cognition (mngon-sum tshad-ma).”
“They may be validly cognized conceptually during that interval by ordinary beings through valid inferential cognition (rjes-dpag tshad-ma), based on valid nonconceptual straightforward cognition of the “present-happening of milk in the pot” and a line of reasoning such as “when all the conditions are complete, milk functions as the cause giving rise to yoghurt.””
“An invalid existent phenomenon is one that could not possibly be an object of valid cognition (tshad-ma) now, but could be validly cognized at another time.”
“Accurate understanding of reality, corroborated by valid inferential cognition (rjes-dpag tshad-ma) and valid straightforward cognition (mngon-sum tshad-ma), supports these truths and both dislodges and abolishes the confused belief that negative qualities are our true natures.”
“Obvious phenomena (mngon-gyur) are those that can be cognized by valid nonconceptual straightforward cognition (mngon-sum tshad-ma).”
“However, it asserts valid bare cognition (mngon-sum tshad-ma) in the same way as do Sautrantika, Chittamatra, and Yogachara Svatantrika – namely, it asserts that it is always nonconceptual.”
“In other words, in explicitly apprehending an involved object, a valid cognition (tshad-ma) takes on or assumes a fully transparent mental aspect (rnam-pa) that resembles that object, somewhat like a mental hologram.”
“Unlike the other Buddhist tenet systems, Prasangika does not assert that what we have been translating as “valid bare cognition” (mngon-sum tshad-ma) is always nonconceptual.”
“This is valid inferential cognition (rjes-dpag tshad-ma).”
“An involved object is obvious (mngon-gyur-ba) if it can be cognized by valid sensory nonconceptual cognition (dbang-mngon tshad-ma).”
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