False aspectarian

Within the Sautrantika, Chittamatra and Madhyamaka tenet systems, those that assert that whatever appears grossly to valid sensory cognition is not established as existing as how it appears (snang-ba ltar-du ma-grub-pa). Although what appears seems to be a commonsense object, it is just a conceptual interpolation on sensibilia. The false aspectarian assertions are accepted by the non-Gelug Tibetan Buddhism traditions.

Tibetan: རྣམ་བརྩུན་པ། rnam-brtsun-pa

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