Indriya (pāli ; sanskrit, devanāgarī: इन्द्रिय ; japonais : kon) signifie « faculté ». Dans le bouddhisme, les abhidhamma recensent vingt-deux facultés, qui désignent tant les facultés physiques que mentales.

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  • Indriya (pāli ; sanskrit, devanāgarī: इन्द्रिय ; japonais : kon) signifie « faculté ». Dans le bouddhisme, les abhidhamma recensent vingt-deux facultés, qui désignent tant les facultés physiques que mentales. Dans l'hindouisme, certaines écoles de philosophie indienne āstika dénombrent dix parfois onze facultés liées à la perception et à l'action, qui font partie des vingt-cinq principes essentiels (tattva).
  • Indriya (pali, sanskryt) to w Buddyzmie zdolności. Termin może odnosić się do (1) duchowych zdolności lub (2) 22 zdolności.
  • 5근(五根, 산스크리트어: pañcendriyāni, 영어: Five spiritual faculties)은 37도품(三十七道品) 중의 4번째 그룹을 이루는 신근(信根: 믿음) · 진근(進根: 정진) · 염근(念根: 기억) · 정근(定根: 선정) · 혜근(慧根: 지혜)의 5가지의 선법(善法)을 말한다.이들 5가지 선법(善法)들은 번뇌를 항복시켜 성도(聖道)로 이끌어들이며 보리에 도달하기 위한 유력한 향상법이 되는데, 이러한 연유로 때문에 근(根)이라고 한다. 무루의 성도로 끌어들이고 향상시키는 5가지 뿌리라는 뜻의 5무루근(五無漏根)이라고도 한다. 선(善)을 증대시키는 5가지 뿌리라는 뜻에서 5선근(五善根)이라고도 한다.
  • Indriya, literally "belonging to or agreeable to Indra" is the Sanskrit and Pali term for physical strength or ability in general, and for the five senses more specifically.In Buddhism, the term refers to multiple intrapsychic processes and is generally translated as "faculty" or, in specific contexts, as "spiritual faculty" or "controlling principle." The term literally means "belonging to Indra," chief deity in the Rig Veda and lord of Tāvatiṃsa heaven, hence connoting supremacy, dominance and control, attested in the general meaning of "power, strength" from the Rigveda.In Buddhism, depending on the context, indriya traditionally refers to one of the following groups of faculties: the "Five Spiritual Faculties" five or six sensory faculties 22 phenomenological faculties.↑ ↑ ↑
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  • Indriya (pāli ; sanskrit, devanāgarī: इन्द्रिय ; japonais : kon) signifie « faculté ». Dans le bouddhisme, les abhidhamma recensent vingt-deux facultés, qui désignent tant les facultés physiques que mentales.
  • Indriya (pali, sanskryt) to w Buddyzmie zdolności. Termin może odnosić się do (1) duchowych zdolności lub (2) 22 zdolności.
  • 5근(五根, 산스크리트어: pañcendriyāni, 영어: Five spiritual faculties)은 37도품(三十七道品) 중의 4번째 그룹을 이루는 신근(信根: 믿음) · 진근(進根: 정진) · 염근(念根: 기억) · 정근(定根: 선정) · 혜근(慧根: 지혜)의 5가지의 선법(善法)을 말한다.이들 5가지 선법(善法)들은 번뇌를 항복시켜 성도(聖道)로 이끌어들이며 보리에 도달하기 위한 유력한 향상법이 되는데, 이러한 연유로 때문에 근(根)이라고 한다. 무루의 성도로 끌어들이고 향상시키는 5가지 뿌리라는 뜻의 5무루근(五無漏根)이라고도 한다. 선(善)을 증대시키는 5가지 뿌리라는 뜻에서 5선근(五善根)이라고도 한다.
  • Indriya, literally "belonging to or agreeable to Indra" is the Sanskrit and Pali term for physical strength or ability in general, and for the five senses more specifically.In Buddhism, the term refers to multiple intrapsychic processes and is generally translated as "faculty" or, in specific contexts, as "spiritual faculty" or "controlling principle." The term literally means "belonging to Indra," chief deity in the Rig Veda and lord of Tāvatiṃsa heaven, hence connoting supremacy, dominance and control, attested in the general meaning of "power, strength" from the Rigveda.In Buddhism, depending on the context, indriya traditionally refers to one of the following groups of faculties: the "Five Spiritual Faculties" five or six sensory faculties 22 phenomenological faculties.↑ ↑ ↑
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