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Noncompound. A phenomena that is beyond arising, dwelling and ceasing. unconditioned phenomena [RY]
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The four unconditioned entities [the four dharmas not produced by causes and conditions [, are space [[nam mkha']] or k sha the cessation of corruption due to individual scrutiny [[so sor brtogs 'gog]] or pratisa khy nirodha and the cessation of the future arising of any object independent of individual scrutiny [[brtogs min gyi 'gog pa]] or apratisa khy nirodha) so sor brtags te 'gog pa dang, so sor brtags pa ma yin pa'i 'gog pa dang, nam mkha' dang, with de bzhin nyid, suchness four.] [IW]
  
Uncompounded. A phenomenon that is beyond arising, dwelling and ceasing [RY]
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The four unconditioned entities [the four dharmas not produced by causes and conditions [IW]
 
 
1) unconditioned, unformed, insubstantial, uncompounded; substanceless; non-composite, uncreated, 2) noncomposite phenomenon; noncompounds; non-product. Skt. asamskrita [RY]
 
 
 
non-composite/ unconditioned [IW]
 
 
 
non-composite/ unconditioned [non- compound(s), uncompounded, uncreated, non-product, unformed, insubstantial, substanceless, asamskrita, unformed, insubstantial.uncreated, asamskrita, unconditioned. non-things free from arising, enduring, and cessation] [IW]
 
 
 
simple, elementary, unconditional, absolute, unconditioned, consisting of one thing, embodying wholeness, seamless, uncompounded, uncreated, not compounded, incorporate, uncaused, noncomposite [JV]
 
 
 
uncompounded (of causes and conditions); noncomposite (factor/ phenomenon); isc. unmade [RB]
 
 
 
unconditioned [thd]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 11:05, 28 December 2005

The four unconditioned entities [the four dharmas not produced by causes and conditions [, are space nam mkha' or k sha the cessation of corruption due to individual scrutiny so sor brtogs 'gog or pratisa khy nirodha and the cessation of the future arising of any object independent of individual scrutiny brtogs min gyi 'gog pa or apratisa khy nirodha) so sor brtags te 'gog pa dang, so sor brtags pa ma yin pa'i 'gog pa dang, nam mkha' dang, with de bzhin nyid, suchness four.] [IW]

The four unconditioned entities [the four dharmas not produced by causes and conditions [IW]