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See page 879: In Sanskrit, “self-nature,” “intrinsic existence,” or “inherent existence,” the term has a general sense of “essence” or “nature,” but is used in philosophical literature.
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An inherently existent and independent entity of the individual self or of phenomena. Something that can serve as a valid basis for individual attributes.