Line of reasoning "refuting the four possibilities of arising"

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A line of reasoning used to analyze both causes and results employed for gaining absorbed concentration on the lack of truly established cause and effect. One of the five great Madhyamaka lines of reasoning.

Tibetan: མུ་བཞི་སྐྱེ་འགོག་གི་གཏན་ཚིགས། mu-bzhi skye-'gog-gi gtan-tshigs

Synonyms: Syllogism "refuting the four possibilities of arising"


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