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Pratisaṃvid (P. paṭisaṃbhidā; T. so so yang dag par rig pa; C. wu'ai jie) is translated as "analytical knowledge," "correct discrimination," etc.

This term usually refers to four kinds of "analytical knowledge," known as the fourfold correct discrimination.

Alternative Translations

  • right discrimination (Erik Pema Kunsang, GTK)
  • perfect knowledge (Rigpa wiki)
  • analytic insight (Andy Rotman)
  • analytical knowledge (Edward Conze; Buswell, Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism)
  • correct discrimination (Thomas Doctor)
  • genuine masteries of specifics
  • specific perfect understanding (Tsepak Rigdzin, Tibetan-English Dictionary of Buddhist Terminology, LTWA)