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Dharma dharmata vibhaga

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The '''''Dharma-dharmatā-vibhāgadharmata vibhaga'''''(Chinese:辩法与法性论) (Skt. ''Dharmadharmatāvibhāga''; Tib. ''chos dang chos nyid rnam 'byed'' ཆོས་དང་ཆོས་ཉིད་རྣམ་འབྱེད་), known in English as '''''Distinguishing Phenomena Dharma and Pure BeingDharmata'') ''', is a short [[YogācāraMahayana]] treatise that is identified within the Tibetan tradition as one of the [[Five Treatises of Maitreya]] work. According to tradition, attributed these five treatises were presented to [[Asanga]] by the Buddha [[Maitreya-nātha]], which . This text discusses the distinction and correlation (''vibhāga'') between [[phenomena]] (''[[dharma]]''(phenomena) and [[reality]] (''[[Dharmata|dharmatā]]''(reality); the . The work exists in both a prose and a verse version and survives only in [[Classical Tibetan|Tibetan]] translation. However, the [[Sanskrit]] original was reported to exist in [[Tibet]] during the 1930s by the [[India]]n Buddhologist and explorer, [[Rahul Sankrityayan]].
==In English translation==

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