2006 年 54 巻 2 号 p. 1022-1018,1341
In this paper, I study the doctrine of the Three Self-natures (trisvabhava) in the philosophy of Consciousness-only, and focus more particularly on samaropa (sgro 'dogs pa 増益) and apavada (skin pa 'debs pa, 損減). In the doctrine of Consciousness-only, samaropa means ‘to see something in the non-existent’. According to the Yogacara school, samaropa and apavada are frequently mentioned in commentaries on emptiness. The Yogacara school stresses the importance of the fact that these two notions should be used in the commentaries on the Three Self-natures. This paper examines several commentaries dealing with the relationship between samaropa and apavada and the Three Self-natures in order to better understand this relationship.