gzung 'dzin

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གཟུང་འཛིན།

object and subject duality, graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, apprehendable and the apprehender. (IW)

apprehended and apprehender. [thd]

Grasping and fixation. Refers to a duality of any object(s) perceived and this mind which perceives it as such. (RY)

dualistic perception(s); subject-object dualism; dualistic grasping at/ perception of subject and object. (RB)

grahya grahaka, object and subject, percept and percipient, apprehendable object and apprehending subject, objective and subjective, apprehending-apprehended, structuring, subject-object dichotomy, grasping and grasper, apprehended and apprehender, perceived object and perceiver, dualistic perception. (JV)

perceiver and perceived, subject object duality; subject and object; graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, the grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, the apprehendable and the apprehender. Syn bzung rtog dang 'dzin rtog. Syn bdag rnam gnyis; dualistic perception of/ grasping at object and subject, object-subject dualism. (RY)

perceiving and perceived; Jamgon Kongtrul: gzung bya 'dzin byed the perceiving subject and the perceived object. (RY)