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Knowledge, 1 Definition(s)

Knowledge means something in Buddhism, Pali Check out some of the following descriptions and leave a comment if you want to add your own contribution to this article:

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cf. paññā, ñāna, vijjā, vipassanā, abhiññā.

Added: 06.Jun.2010 | Source: Pali Kanon: Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines
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· Adaptation Knowledge
anuloma-ñāna.
1 desc.
· Analytical Knowledge
the 4 kinds of: patisambhidā.
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· Highest Knowledge
s. aññā.
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· Maturity Knowledge
gotrabhū-ñāna; s. visuddhi VII.
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· Retrospective Knowledge
paccavekkhana-ñāna.
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· Tree of Knowledge
stood in the midst of the garden of Eden, beside the tree of life ( Genesis 23 ,...
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· Four Kinds of Path Knowledge
the 4 kinds of: s. visuddhi (VII).
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· Patisambhida
F Analytical understanding. This understanding can take place only upon reaching...
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· Viśuddha
F (Complete purity). Excellence.
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· Panna
True or transcendental wisdom. Last of the paramitas. One of the highest attain...
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· Nana
Knowledge, real knowledge, wisdom, insight
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· Brahmavidya
Brahmavidya is that branch of scriptural knowledge derived primarily through ...
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· Vijja
Clear knowledge; genuine awareness; science (specifically, the cognitive powers ...
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· Vijja Sutta
1. Vijja Sutta. Ten qualities, the possession of which makes a mans accomplish...
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· Anna
Each;
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