This section basically contrasts absolute knowledge (" Jnana") with relative knowledge ("Vijnana "). There is a concluding part:
The note on 3 says the last phrase seems somewhat in contradiction to the foregoing, but I beg to differ. Discrimination does not stop; but reality is beyond discrimination.
38. Karma is accumulated by Citta, and discriminated by Jnana; and one acquires by Prajna the state of imagelessness and the powers.39. Citta is bound up with an objective world, Jnana evolves with reflection; and Prajna evolves in the exalted state of imagelessness and in the excellent conditions.40. Citta, Manas, and Vijnana are devoid of thoughts and discriminations;3 it is the Sravakas and not the Bodhisattvas that try to reach reality by means of discrimination.