Three Wisdom; 1 Definition(s)

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There are three kinds of wisdom: 1. Sravaka and Praetyka Buddha knowledge that all the Dharmas or laws are void and unreal 2. Bodhisattva knowledge of all things in proper discrimination 3. Buddha knowledge or perfect knowledge of all things in their every aspect and relationship past, present and future. In Tien Tai Sect, the Three Wisdom is associated with the Three Dogmas of Void, Unreal and Mean. Source: Buddhist Door: Glossary

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