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four possibilities/ extremes [IW]

four possiblities/ extremes [reputation of) a set of four alternate proposititious limits, four (Gd-mk) the four extremes, yod med dang gnyis ka yin min gyi mu -]]-tetralemma, a set of four alternate propositions [dngos po'i mtsan nyid la phyogs mi 'dra ba bzhi nas thag gcod byed lugs shig //skye 'gag rtag chad, yod med, snang stong ste mu bzhi,//mi yin la pho min pa, pho yin la mi min pa, de gnyis ka yin pa, gnyis ka min pa lta bu ste mu bzhi D lists skyed 'gag/ rtag chad/ yod med/ snang stong [IW]

four possiblities/ extremes [reputation of) a set of four alternate proposititious limits, four (Gd-mk) the four extremes, [[yod med dang gnyis ka yin min gyi mu - tetralemma, a set of four alternate propositions [dngos po'i mtsan nyid la phyogs mi 'dra ba bzhi nas thag gcod byed lugs shig //skye 'gag rtag chad, yod med, snang stong ste mu bzhi,//mi yin la pho min pa, pho yin la mi min pa, de gnyis ka yin pa, gnyis ka min pa lta bu ste mu bzhi D lists skyed 'gag/ rtag chad/ yod med/ snang stong [IW]

four (philosophical) alternatives [RB]

four possibilities, [reputation of] a set of four alternate propositions. limits, four. the four extremes, yod med, dang gnyis ka yin min gyi mu. tetralemma, a set of four alternate propositions. four possibilities / alternatives. four (philosophical) alternatives [RY]

4 logical positions, 4 logically possible views involving rtag & chad, 4 limits, (skye 'gag, rtag chad, yod med, snang stong), four alternatives, four conceptual limits (birth & cessation, eternity & nothingness, being & non-being, vision & emptiness) [JV]