Nonstatic phenomenon

Phenomena that are affected and supported by causes and circumstances and, consequently, change from moment to moment, and which produce effects. Phenomena that are affected and supported by causes and circumstances and, consequently, change from moment to moment, and which produce effects. Their streams of continuity may have a beginning and an end, a beginning and no end, no beginning but an end, or no beginning and no end. Some translators render the term as "impermanent phenomena." They include forms of physical phenomena, ways of being aware of something, and noncongruent affecting variables, which are neither of the two.

Tibetan: mi-rtag-pa

Sanskrit: anitya

J. Hopkins: impermanence.


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Русский: изменчивое явление

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