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kṣaṇikavāda (T. skad cig ma/skad cig ma smra ba; C. chanalum 刹那論) is translated as "doctrine of momentariness," etc. It refers to the doctrinal position "emblematic of the Sautrāntika school of the mainstream Buddhist tradition."[1]

See also: kṣaṇa (instant, moment, etc.)


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