On the 24th Chapter of the Mulamadhyamaka-karika, the Prajñapradipa of Bha (va) viveka quotes a sutra with regard to the Four Noble Truths.
The sutra states, “Mañjusri, whoever sees that all things (dharmas) do not arise knows thoroughly Affliction. Whoever sees that all things do not stop abandons the Origin (of Affliction). Whoever sees that all things are Nirvana in the end realizes the Appeasement. Mañjusri, whoever sees that all things have no effecting effects the Way.”
In regard of this sutra, the Prajñapradipatika of Avalokitavrata comments that the sutra is quoted in order to give the authority which is well known in Mahayana, and such a view is expounded in the 'Phags pa ye shes gsang ba bsgoms du bcug pa'i mdo.
That sutra text nearly coincides with the Arya-mañjusri-pariprccha quoted in the Prasannapada. But those texts are also found in some sutras of the same class, such as the Bodhipaksanirdesa (T. 472) and Visesacintibrahmapariprccha (T. 587).
The views on the Four Noble Truths of these sutras correspond to the Samketika-paramartha-satya.