pudgalātmagraha (T. gang zag gi bdag 'dzin གང་སག་གི་བདག་འཛིན་; C. renwozhi) is translated as "grasping to the self of person," "conception of the self of person," etc. It is one of two types of self-grasping identified in the Mahayana; the other being "grasping to the self of phenomena" (dharmātmagraha).
The antidote to the grasping to the self of person (pudgalātmagraha) is the realization of "selflessness of person" (pudgalanairātmya).
- Buswell & Lopez 2014, s.v. pudgalātmagraha.