- Does direct perception come from the side of the perceiving consciousness or from the side of the object that it perceives?
- Refuting the contention that if eyes exist then visible forms exist
- Refuting an inherently existent visual consciousness as the one that is looking at an object
- Refuting an inherently existent eye as the perceiver
- Consequence that the eye is an instrument of looking in relation to the eye
- Refuting the combination of the three—eye, consciousness, and object—as the instrument of looking at visible form
- Refuting inherently existent auditory objects
46 Aryadeva's 400 Stanzas with Geshe Yeshe Thabkhe Verses 311-319 10-19-17