Doctrinally based unawareness

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The mental factor of either not knowing or knowing invertedly either behavioral cause and effect or the manner in which the self and all phenomena exist, and which arises on a person's mental continuum based on that person having been taught an incorrect tenet system. Also called: doctrinally based ignorance.

Tibetan: ma-rig kun-brtags

Synonyms: Doctrinally based ignorance; Acquired ignorance

Other languages

Italiano: Inconsapevolezza avente una base dottrinale
Русский: Доктринальное неосознавание

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