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28 They claim that what is termed Dharmacakra entails the path of seeing [truth] and that when promulgated it entails the Four Truths. They accept the seven books of the Abhidharma as the word spoken by the Buddha and this means that they are his actual words. They do not recognize eighty-four thousand topics of reality, but only eighty thousand, as is evident from the statement in the Abhidharmakosa (I, 25): The eighty thousand topics of reality Which the Buddha has proclaimed. Inasmuch as the place where a Bodhisattva in his last life wins enlightenment is determined as being exclusively the world of sensuality, the Vaibha~ikas do not accept the Akani~tha or Ghanavyuha realms, nor do they know of a Sambhogakaya.
The other existent is the cessation of the working of the factors causing involvement, due to insight which, however, does not produce the state of non-involvement and freedom but merely discovers it. Actually one and the same 'reality, is here looked at from different angles; the one is viewed from the goal, which strange to say is the basis of all activity in freedom and hence truly existential. The other is looked at as the goal and its effect on man's life. But since each aspect could be named, it seems that the names were responsible for the fact that this feature of Being was counted as two entities.
The Vaibha~ikas' metaphysical interpretation of Being does not, as might be assumed, coincide with their division of Being into that which is absolute on the one hand, and transitory on the other. Ultimately, real was that which, it was assumed, existed as substance (rdzas-yod), while anything that could be claimed to exhibit substantial existence (rdzasgrub), though not having existence as substance in itself (which nevertheless might be a constituent of the latter), was considered to be conventionally or empirically real and to have nominal existence (btags-yod).
Buddhist philosophy in theory and practice by Herbert V. Guenther