Contact

Indian Philosophy »  Causality »  Conditions (pratyaya) »  Refutation of the four kinds of conditions »  Refutation of the immediately preceding condition (anantarapratyaya) »  Nothing can be produced after the ceasing of the immediately preceding conditions (anantarapratyaya), but there would be no ceasing of things if they did not arise, therefore the immediately preceding conditions do not exist ultimately

Nothing can be produced after the ceasing of the immediately preceding conditions (anantarapratyaya), but there would be no ceasing of things if they did not arise, therefore the immediately preceding conditions do not exist ultimately

No cross references

Project Authorities

Mūlamadhyamaka-kārikā of Nāgārjuna

Sthiramati's Commentary on Nāgārjuna's Mūla-madhyamaka-kārikā, section T30, no. 1567, 139a4


Narrow Down