As I am known to be fond of quoting, the contemporary Karma Kagyu orthodoxy says:
This non-conceptual Wisdom Mind (Skt. jnana) is not the object of the conceptualizing process and so is not negated by Madhyamaka reasoning. Therefore, it can be said to be the only thing that has absolute and true existence.
Khenpo Tsultrim Gyatso, "Progressive Stages of Meditation on Emptiness" pg.66.
A human being has his limits. And thus, in every conceivable way, with every possible means, he tries to make the teaching enter into his own limits. ChNN