Self-established existence

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Existence of something established or proven by the fact that the referent object of the imputation of it can be found upon searching for it. For example, the existence of a table established or proven by the fact that when one searches for the object that the mental label "table" refers to, one can find the object, a "table."

Tibetan: rang-bzhin-gyis grub-pa

Sanskrit: svabhavasiddha

J. Hopkins: Inherent existence, inherently established

Synonyms: Existence established by something's self-nature; Inherent existence

Other languages

Deutsch: In sich selbst begründete existenz
Français: Existence auto-établie

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