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The Essential of Ascertaining the Object to be Negated The Sevenfold Reasoning is an ultimate analysis. An ultimate analy sis is of the reality of phenomena, the way they actually exist. The crux of any ultimate analysis is that phenomena appear to exist inherently but in reality do not. Thus, when phenomena are searched for with a mind which applies strict criteria of eligibility for this kind of existence, they cannot be found. These crite ria are not intricate and difficult to understand logical traps; on the whole, they involve merely the application of simple standards of logical consistency.
419. 9. 3. Chandrakirti, Supplement to (Nagarjuna's) “Treatise on the Middle Way", Dharamsala edition, p. 1-2. 4. Chandrakirti, Supplement, p. 4-5. 5. , p. 7-8. 6. Ibid, pp. 127. , p. 13. 19-26. , p. 1-9. 8. , p. 4-8 (commentary on Supplement I:4ab). 9. Paul Jeffrey Hopkins, Meditation on Emptiness, see chart on p. 471. 10. , p. 14-15. 11. , p. 14. 3-4. , p. 16-17. 12. Tsong-ka-pa, Great Exposition of the Stages of the Path, 184a. 6184b. 2. 13. Quoted in Hopkins, Meditation on Emptiness, p. 689.
1-9. 8. , p. 4-8 (commentary on Supplement I:4ab). 9. Paul Jeffrey Hopkins, Meditation on Emptiness, see chart on p. 471. 10. , p. 14-15. 11. , p. 14. 3-4. , p. 16-17. 12. Tsong-ka-pa, Great Exposition of the Stages of the Path, 184a. 6184b. 2. 13. Quoted in Hopkins, Meditation on Emptiness, p. 689. 14. In the Great Exposition of the Stages of the Path (folio 190a. 3) Tsong-ka-pa indicates that the sevenfold Precepts of Cause and Effect were transmitted in lineage from AdSa. D. 15. Tfeong-ka-pa, The Three Principal Aspects of the Path, verse 9.