D 062 zhen yul [Def:] zhen nas rig par bya ba // adhavasaya viṣhaya // referent object [Def:] That which can be known by conceptually referring to it.
Analiza terminu

zhen – to conceive, conceiving [logic] [RY]
yul – przedmiot (D 001)

Analiza definicji

zhen – to grasp at, to yearn for, seeks, desire, attachment, desire; weak [RY]
zhen pa – to conceive, conceiving [logic] [RY]
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rig pa – przytomność (L 003)
bya ba – 1) ft. of {byed pa}; deed, action, work, engagement. lit. what is to be done, the free duty of bodhisattvas who have attained to nondiscursive knowledge. work, deed, job, task, matter, affair, thing to be done, doings, activities. 2) called, known as, entitled. 3) verb. Syn {'jug pa}; a movement; called; actions; verb +: he who should be (the object - beaten); to use (a term) for (something); (something) to be done; project at hand [RY]
rig par bya ba – should be understood | – to be known [RY]
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Autor 1 przedmiot odniesienia [Def:] To, co może być poznane przez konceptualne odwołanie się do tego.
Autor 2 [Def] To, co może być poznane przez konceptualne odniesienie się do tego
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Dodatkowe informacje

[Def] zhen pa  I. v.i. ཞེན་པ་/ ཞེན་པ་/ ཞེན་པ་//. "To like something and be attached to it". E.g., [TC] བཟའ་བཏུང་དང་རྩེད་མོར་ཞེན་པ། "attached to food, drink, and entertainment". II. 1) "Clinging" which is cognate to the verb above but see below. 2) "Appetite" for food and drink. E.g., [TC] ཞེན་པ་ཉམས་པ། "his appetite (for food / drink) weakened". NOTE that this term has a very specific and important usage in Buddhist terminology. There, the term ཞེན་པ་ means more than just དགའ་བ་ "liking" and ཆགས་པ་ "attachment" in general. In Buddhism, liking and attachment are individual སེམས་བྱུང་ mental events that might appear in the སེམས་ dualistic mind of a སེམས་ཅན་ sentient being. However, ཞེན་པ་ "clinging" is a much more over-riding quality that appears in the mind of a sentient being. "Clinging" refers to the process in mind first of mistaking what is in reality unclean / impure / suffering and taking it to be clean / pure / and non-suffering followed by clinging to that, believing it to be desirable, correct, and so forth. Although liking and attachment are factors that cause one to continue on in cyclic existence, they arise because of the more fundamental mistake and clinging of ཞེན་པ་. Unfortunately, none of the English words being used here have these definitions, therefore when translating Buddhist material, the true meaning of which can rely heavily on these distinctions, the meaning is usually lost. Because of what has just been described, it is crucial that ཞེན་པ་ be differentiated from other, similar terms such as དགའ་བ་ "liking" and ཆགས་པ་ "attachment". Therefore, throughout this dictionary "clinging" is used only for ཞེན་པ་, attachment only for ཆགས་པ་.

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