The higher rectifies the lower, and superior principles refute the inferior.
The words of the Victor, the teachings of the Lords of the tenth level, and those of the superiors Asanga and Nagarjuna constitute the Dharma of the Golden Age, untainted and full of sublime qualities.
In this Dharma not everything is self-empty.
Distinguishing carefully between self-emptiness and other-emptiness, the dependent is designated as inherently empty, and the absolute as essentially free from impurity.
–Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltesn, The Fourth Council