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An invalid way of knowing that takes its object correctly and conceptually cognizes it freshly, but indecisively. Like inferential cognition, it freshly reaches a correct conclusion, but without really understanding it or knowing correctly why it is true.

Tibetan: ཡིད་དཔྱོད། yid-dpyod

Sanskrit: manaḥpratīkṣa

Synonyms: Presumptive cognition

Other languages

Deutsch: Vermutung
Español: Suposición
Русский: Предположение

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