Disbelieving a fact

A part of naivety that is the contrary of believing a fact to be true. One of the twenty auxiliary disturbing emotions. There are three types: (1) disbelieving a fact that is based on reason, (2) disbelieving a fact, such that it causes the mind to become muddied with disturbing emotions and attitudes and to become unhappy, (3) disbelieving a fact, such that one has no interest in it and no aspiration to attain it.

Tibetan: མ་དད་པ། ma-dad-pa

Sanskrit: aśraddhā

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Deutsch: Eine Tatsache anzweifeln