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Vasubandhu san 3
asaṃviditakopādisthānavijñaptikaṃ ca tat |
sadā sparśamanaskāravitsañjñācetanānvitam || 3 ||
眞諦 Paramārtha 499-569, T 1587, chi 61c13-62a6
問此識何相何境。答相及境不可分別 (14) 一體無異。問若爾云何知有。答由事故知 (15) 有此識此識能生一切煩惱業果報事。譬如 (16) 無明。當起此無明。相境可分別不若可分別 (1) 非謂無明。若不可分別則應非有。而是有非 (2) 無亦由有欲瞋等事知有無明。本識亦爾相 (3) 境無差別。但由事故知其有也就此識中。具 (4) 有八種異。謂依止處等。具如九識義1品説。 (5) 又與五種心法相應。一觸。二作意。三受。四思 (6) 惟。五想。
玄奘 648, T 1586, chi 60b5-6
不可知執受 處了常與觸
(6)作意受想思 相應唯捨受  
Jinamitra & Śīlendrabodhi, fl. ca. 800, tib
/ de ni len pa dag daṅ gnas // rnam par rig pa mi rig pa /
/ rtag tu reg daṅ yid byed daṅ // rig daṅ 'du śes sems par ldan /
Its grasping, location, and knowing are imperceivable, And it is always associated with mental contact,
Attention, sensation, conception, and thought; It is associated with neither pleasure nor pain.
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