Termo

Tibetano:

གཉིས་འཛིན

gnyis 'dzin

agarrar / apreender como dois

 Atenção: provisório – em revisão 

Sânscrito:

द्वैतवाद, द्वित्वत्व

dvaitavāda, dvitvatva

dualismo, estar em dualidade

Português:

apreensão dualista, dualismo, dualidade, fixação ou aferramento dualista

O conceito de um "eu" e de um "outro".

Inglês:

dualistic grasping/fixation, duality, dualism, dichotomy, dualistic perception, dualistic

The concept of "I" and "other." [WOMPT, 1998]

The perception of ordinary beings. The apprehension of phenomena in terms of subject and object, and the belief in their true existence. [TPQ, 2010]

lit. “grasping at (or apprehending) two.” The concept of “I” and “other,” or of an apprehending subject and an apprehended object. [TLWF, 2011]

Lit. “grasping at” or “apprehending two”: the concept of “I” and “other.” [ZT, 2006]

Duality - The mental state that conceives of subject and object, of an “I” that perceives and a phenomenon that is perceived. [ZT, 2006]

Lit., “grasping at (or apprehending) two.” Having the concept of “I” and “other” or of an apprehending subject and an apprehended object.[NS]

Espanhol:

dual

Literalmente "aferrarse o asir a dos". El concepto de "yo" y "lo que no es yo".[PMP, 2014]

Francês:

dualisme*, dualité, saisie de la dualité*, perception duelle*

*CC [RL,2010], *CC [G-T]

Italiano:

dualità

Il concetto o l’adesione all’idea di un ‘sé’ e di ‘altro’.