'bras bu dmigs pa'i thal 'gyur

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consequence of the fruition object [one of the; 14) consequences entailed by the reasoning of the other, [R] if a consequence of a fruition presented as a reason is refuted/reversed, one's own thesis entails the consequence that the cause is uninstantiated. for example, the dharma fireless ocean of time, entails that fire exists, since it has smoke, through the consequence, 'since that ocean is without fire, that dharmin is also without smoke' that refutation is entailed by the other's reasoning itself]. [IW]

Prasangika aimed at the result [RY]

consequence of the fruition object [IW]

consequence of the fruition object [one of the; 14) consequences entailed by the reasoning of the other, [R] [IW]