Conceptually imply

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In the context of conceptual cognition, to "conceptually imply" or to conceptually cling to something means to implicitly assume that there is an actual object that corresponds to it, as if the category were attached to the "conceptually implied object” (zhen-yul).

Tibetan: ཞེན་པ། zhen-pa

J. Hopkins: Adherence; Determination; Conception; Attachment

Synonyms: Conceptually cling

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