[INDOLOGY] Explanation of a Mahayana Verse

David and Nancy Reigle dnreigle at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 02:51:41 UTC 2017

Dear Alakendu Das,

The catuṣkoṭi is the four possible points stated in the quote you gave:
something 1. does not exist, nāsti; 2. does exist, asti; 3. both exists and
does not exist, tad-ubhaya; 4. neither exists nor does not exist, anubhaya.

Best regards,

David Reigle
Colorado, U.S.A.

On Sun, Nov 5, 2017 at 7:25 PM, alakendu das via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:

> To All,
> A quote from the SunnyaVadi school of Mahayana Buddhism says- NastiAsti
> "TadUbhayaAnubhaya ChatusKoti Binirmukta Shunnyam Shunnyam"
> I f somebody may enlighten me on the actual connotation of the word "
> ChatusKoti "
>          Alakendu Das
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