Manner of cognitively taking an object

(1) What the attention in a cognition takes its object to be (for instance, suffering as something to be removed) or considers its object to be (for instance, truly existent). (2) The way a cognition considers its object, as specified by the main mental factor that accompanies it (for instance, with compassion).

Tibetan: འཛིན་སྟངས། 'dzin-stangs

J. Hopkins: Mode of apprehension

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Deutsch: Art, ein Objekt kognitiv aufzunehmen
Русский: Способ познания объекта