A subdivision of the Madhyamaka school within the Indian Buddhist tenet systems that uses absurd conclusions to bring about valid inferential cognition of something to be proven or established. Gelug adds to this definition that it also asserts that all phenomena lack existence established by an essential nature and even conventionally lack existence established by their individual defining characteristic marks.

Tibetan: thal-'gyur-ba

J. Hopkins: Prasangika; consequentialist.

Synonyms: Prasangika Madhyamaka

Other languages

العربية: براسانغيكا
Deutsch: Prasangika
Italiano: Prasanghika
Русский: Прасангика
Tiếng Việt: Cụ duyên
简体中文: 具缘派
繁體中文: 具緣派

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