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The Origin and the Abhidharma works
The position of the Abhidharmahrdaya 1838
Karma Its Concept Development
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Abhidharma texts Abhidharmahrdaya Abhidharmakosa action arises AHS Taisho anasrava arhat associated with one's avij body and speech body and speech-actions Buddha Buddhist community Buddhist precepts Chinese classified Commentary concept of karma contaminated dharmas Dharmasri Dharmatrata dhyana essentially wholesome explained extinguished faithfully following following the Buddhist four great elements Four Noble Truths four types he/she his/her human action indeterminate action indeterminate mind indicates Karika karma kill a sentient latent power Mahavibhasa manifested action manifested body-action manifested speech-action material form rupa means meditative practice mental monk Nirvana one's mind one's volition painful effect path of vision perform unwholesome actions performs bad actions potential to perform present possession proclivities produced realm of desire realm of form Sakurabe samvara Sanskrit Sarvastivada Abhidharma Sarvastivada school Sautrantika Suttanipata three types translation types of meditation uncontaminated unwholesome and indeterminate unwholesome dharmas unwholesome potential Vaibhasika various Vasubandhu verse says volition cetana wholesome mind wholesome or unwholesome