Interpretable teaching

A passage in a sutra text that discusses any topic other than the most profound view of voidness, and which leads one on or points the way to the most profound view of voidness. Such passages require explanation, so that one does not confuse them as indicating the most profound view.

Tibetan: drang-don

Sanskrit: neyartha

J. Hopkins: Interpretable meaning{bj 27.6}; interpretable object{n}; requiring interpretation; interpretable; meaning requiring interpretation.

Other languages

Italiano: Insegnamento interpretabili
Русский: Интерпретируемое учение

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