Line of reasoning "parted from being either singular or plural"

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A line of reasoning used to analyze the essential nature of all phenomena which, of the three gateways to liberation, opens the way to gaining absorbed concentration on the voidness of truly established existence. One of the five great Madhyamaka lines of reasoning.

Tibetan: གཅིག་ཏུ་བྲལ་གྱི་གཏན་ཚིགས། gcig-du bral-gyi gtan-tshigs

Synonyms: Line of reasoning "neither one nor many"; Syllogism of neither one nor many


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