The Thirty-second Gate
To work for the Dharma is a gate of Dharma illumination; for we act
in conformity with the Dharma...
the Dharma :
reality just as it is
The Thirty-first Gate
To work for living beings is a gate of Dharma illumination; for we
do not blame others..
Living beings :
all living, breathing creatures
The Thirtieth Gate
No self-deception is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we
do not praise ourselves.
the act or an instance of deceiving oneself,...
The Twenty-nineth Gate
Repayment of kindness is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with
it] we do not cheat and disregard others.
to make return to in any way; to...
The Twenty-eighth Gate
Recognition of kindness is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with
it] we do not throw away good roots.
Recognition of kindness :
I'm not sure we're talking about predicate logic. The proposal that the logic of (Buddhism? For lack of better term) is similar to the the logic of Quantum
Thank you for the history lesson.
The article on "Zen & the Art of Archery" was interesting. I read the book quite a while
If we're talking about predicate logic, then A is a predicate, a function which can be either true or false. ¬A is the negation, or opposite of A. If
I would think it is infinite in meaning. Including the Not more limited, but also the more limited. [emoji15] I don't think trying to pin it down
Thank you Jakuden! I will try to look those up.
Question for anyone - in the form A and not A (-A), does -A represent everything other than