"The ultimate nature of man," one commentator observed, "is the undivided being. . . . (M)an as a specific, determinate individual is not absolutely confined to his determinate nature. As an individual, man is essentially related to the rest of the world. He is also not apart from the indeterminate reality which is the ultimate ground of his very being. And in his ultimate nature man is himself the indeterminate, unconditioned reality, the undivided being.Thus, Nagarjuna concludes, "Silence is the ultimate truth for the wise."
[Ramanan, "Nagarjuna's Philosophy," p. 37]
Nagarjuna: "The indeterminability of the ultimate nature is really the inapplicability of the way of concepts."