Knowledge of all aspects 一切相智 / 遍智

(重新導向自 Knowledge of all aspects)
跳至導覽 跳至搜尋

Knowledge of all aspects, or omniscience (Skt. sarvajñāna; Tib. namkhyen; Wyl. rnam mkhyen) is the first of the eight topics of the Abhisamayalankara.《現觀莊嚴論》所闡述「八現觀」或稱「八事」之首要者


Knowledge of all aspects (or omniscience) is defined as knowing directly, and in a single instant, all aspects, without exception, of things in their real nature and in all their multiplicity.


It can be subdivided into two aspects: 分為如所有智和盡所有智。

  1. the omniscience which knows the nature of things (Skt. yathā; Tib. ཇི་ལྟ་བ་, Wyl. ji lta ba) and
  2. the omniscience which knows all things in their multiplicity (Skt. yāvat; Wyl. ji snyed pa).

An illustration of the former is the true cessation present in the continuum of the noble Buddha. The latter includes both the omniscience which knows the features of all knowable phenomena without exception, and the omniscience which knows the seventy points, the chief amongst all causes and effects.


It is present only in the continuum of a noble Buddha.