Talk:Ten topics of knowledge

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The ten topics are:

Topic of knowledge[1] Serves as an antidote to the view of self as:[1]
Aggregates (S. skandha; T. ཕུང་པོ་) singular (S. eka; T. gcig)
Elements (Skt. dhātu; T.ཁམས་) cause (S. hetu; T. rgyu)
Sense sources (Skt. āyatana; T. སྐྱེ་མཆེད་) experiencer (T. za ba po)
Dependent origination (Skt. pratītyasamutpāda; T. རྟེན་འབྲེལ་) creator (T. byed pa po)
The correct and the incorrect (Skt. sthānāsthāna; T. གནས་དང་གནས་མ་ཡིན་པ་) in control (T. dbang bsgyur)
The faculties (Skt. indriya; T. དབང་པོ་) mine (T. bdag gi don)
Time (Skt. adhvan; T. དུས་) - all phenomena are subject to arising, abiding and ceasing permanent (S. nitya; T. rtag pa)
The truths (Skt. satya; T. བདེན་པ་) - refers to the four noble truths and two truths the seat of afflictions and purity (T. nyon mongs pa dang dag pa’i gnas)
The vehicles (Skt. yāna; T. ཐེག་པ་; ) - refers to the three vehicles of the Mahayana practitioner (T. rnal 'byor can)
The conditioned and the unconditioned (Skt. saṁskṛta-asaṁskṛta; T. འདུས་བྱས་དང་འདུས་མ་བྱས་) non-liberated and liberated (T. ma grol grol)
  1. 1.0 1.1 Middle Beyond Extremes: Maitreya's Madhyantavibhaga with Commentaries by Khenpo Shenga and Ju Mipham by the Dharmachakra Translation Committee. Snow Lion Publications. Ithica: 2007.