Termo

Tibetano:

སོ་སོར་ཐར་པ་

so sor thar pa

libertação de cada

Sânscrito:

प्रतिमोक्ष

pratimokṣa

libertação, emancipação

Português:

pratimokṣa, libertação indívidual

Os votos de libertação individual são as oito categorias de votos ensinados na Vinaya, desde o simples voto de um dia até aos votos completos de monges plenamente ordenados.

English:

pratimoksha, individual liberation

lit. individual liberation. The vows of individual liberation are the eight categories of vows taught in the Vinaya, from the simple one day vow up to the complete vows of fully ordained monks. See three vows. [WOMPT]

The collective term for the different forms of Buddhist ordination and their respective vows, as laid down in the Vinaya. [TLWF 2011] [NLF 2005] [ZT 2006]

lit. individual liberation. This term is used to refer to the eight kinds of Buddhist ordination, together with their connected vows and disciplines. These are: the vows of upavāsa, or twenty-four-hour discipline; male and female upāsaka (dge bsnyen), or lay practitioner; male and female śrāmaṇera (dge tshul), or aspirant for a full ordination; śikṣamāṇā (dge slob ma), or female novice; and male and female bhikṣu (dge slong), or fully ordained monks and nuns. Since these vows are specifically motivated by the determination to free oneself from saṃsāra, they are fundamental to the Hīnayāna. They are, however, widely taken and practiced in Mahāyāna Buddhism. The system of Pratimokṣa is sometimes referred to as the "seven vows," in which case the temporary vow of upavāsa is omitted. [TPQ]

Lit. individual liberation. This term is used to refer to the eight kinds of Buddhist ordination, together with their connected vows and disciplines. [CMH 2001]