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The Rūpakkhandha I
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Abhidhamma abstract according activity analysis appears arising aspects associated attained awareness āyatanas become bhikkhave bhikkhu body Buddha Buddhist called canonical chapter citta clearly cognitive commentary conception concerned condition consciousness considered context continuity corresponding defined definition dependent described desire dhammā discussed doctrine early elements example existence experience explained external fact faculties feeling five follows formula four function further given gives human identifies ignorance implies important included indicate individual insight interpretation jhāna khandhas liberation literally manas manodhātu manomaya material meaning meditation mental mentioned mind nāma nāmarūpa nature Nikāya object one's organs originated Pali passage path pațiccasamuppāda formula phassa phenomena physical progress referred represents rūpa rūpakkhandha samkhāra samsāra samsāric Samyutta sa˝˝ā seen sense sensory specific suggest Sutta Pitaka teaching term texts things thinking thought tradition translation understanding understood Upanişads vedanā vi˝˝āņa volitions whole
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Theories of the Gift in South Asia: Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain Reflections on ...
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