The logic of Buddhist recognition in India is not indiscreet perception but perception of indiscreet perception, not the intangible personality but the type of personality. The purpose of this paper is to examine how indifference, tangibility and self-awareness of knowledge are demonstrated through memory from the viewpoint of Dharmak?rti. First, Dharmak?rti argues that perception has no sense because there is no ritual activity to remember the language conventions set in the past. In other words, the basis of the claim that there is no distinction in perception is that, at the moment of perception, there is no memory of the language conventions for the object. Next, Dharmak?rti argues that there is a form because there is a memory of a subject's appearance in recognition. In other words, based on the fact that there is a target shape in memory, it is proved that there is a object form as well as a cognition form in recognition of object or object recognition. Finally, Dharmak?rti recognizes that perception is not perceived by other perceptions but perceived by oneself, rather than perceiving itself, so that the essence of perception is not an object perception but an important basis for demonstrating self-perception It is our conscious activity that is memory.
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