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By Thomas A. Kochumuttom

ISBN-10: 812080662X

ISBN-13: 9788120806627

The writer indicates that Yogacara metaphysics is largely similar to that of the early Buddhism. The texts integrated herein are: (i) Madhyanta Vibhaga Karika bhasya, (ii)Trisvabhavanirdesa, (iii) Trimsatika, and (iv) Vimsatika

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The same thoughtrepresentation of consciousness, which has with it the memory associate, appears as memory. So an experience of an external object is not proved from the fact that a memory arises. e. of an object 1. But it is not so [ i e. the common man does not l e a l i ~ e the ahenceof an object]. Thereforc, all perceptions are not without objects, as a dream-perception is. : argument does not make any point Because, Those who are not awake Do not realize that the object5 they seein a dream Do not exist Similarly.

Individual] there arises a particular representation of consciousness on another stream, not due to a particular external object. If, a representation of consciousness in a waking state also were without an external object, as it is in a dream, why is it then that the good and bad actions of a dreamer and nondreamer, do not have similar desirable or undesirable fruits in the future ? Because In a dream mind is overpowered by sleepiness, And, therefore, fruits of the actions done in a dream Are not on a par with the fruits of those done in a waking state.

The same thoughtrepresentation of consciousness, which has with it the memory associate, appears as memory. So an experience of an external object is not proved from the fact that a memory arises. e. of an object 1. But it is not so [ i e. the common man does not l e a l i ~ e the ahenceof an object]. Thereforc, all perceptions are not without objects, as a dream-perception is. : argument does not make any point Because, Those who are not awake Do not realize that the object5 they seein a dream Do not exist Similarly.

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