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Certainly it is also included within the originally pure dhar madhdtu, which is, as mentioned above, also termed tathdgata-garbha. One must note carefully that here tathdgata-garbha is simply another way of expressing prakrti-vyavadana. 42 Thus, it is a mistake to interpret Vijnapti-matrata by means o f such tathdgata-garbha thought as systematized in the Ratnagotravibhdga. But it is also a mistake to reject the notion o f original purity in Vijnapti-matrata simply because it rejects that version o f tathdgatagarbha.
That is, original purity, as paramasya jhdnasya-arthah, is enunciated from the enlightenment o f undefiled purity. Conven tional truth as manifestation (udbhdvand-sarpvrti) implies the unenlightened use of words to refer to parinippanna. de skyedpa j phyir dmigs pa rnam par byang ba zhes bya ba la de zhes bya ba ni lam dang sbyar te/ byang chub kyi phyogs la sogs pa 'o// (282b7). de skyed pa nyid kyi dmigs pa rnam par byang ba. This translation differs from that in the immediately preceding note, as it is the work o f a different translator.
E. foundation) (dsraya) for such a permeation o f hearing? 50 For example, chapter, I, section 4 o f Mahayanasamgraha quotes the Sarfidhinirmocanasutra verse on dddna, a synonym for alaya: dddna-vinana gambhlra-sukpmo ogho yatha vartati sarvavljo/ balana e$o mayi na prakasi ma hdiva atmd parikalpayeyuhll Also see note 52. 51 The Mahdyanasarfigraha, chapter I, section 58, distinguishes three characteristics of alaya: verbal permeation (
Buddhism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies, Volume V: Yogācāra, the Epistemological Tradition and Tathāgatagarbha by Paul Williams (editor)