Subtle selflessness of persons

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(1) In the Gelug Sautrantika, Chittamatra and Svatantrika systems, the nonimplicative negation phenomenon of the absence (voidness, emptiness) of persons being self-sufficiently knowable. (2) In the Gelug Prasangika system, the nonimplicative negation phenomenon of the absence of persons having self-established existence.

Tibetan: གང་ཟག་གི་བདག་མེད་ཕྲ་མོ། gang-zag-gi bdag-med phra-mo

Synonyms: Subtle identitylessness of persons; Subtle lack of an impossible self of persons; Subtle lack of an impossible "soul" of persons; Subtle lack of an impossible "me"; Subtle lack of a false "me"


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