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The Existential Ambiguity
On Understanding the Buddhas Teaching
Immediate and Reflexive Experience
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Abhidhamma Abhidhamma Pitaka aham Ananda anatta Anguttaranikaya anicca anicca-dukkha-anatta arahat arising atta avijja avuso ayam Bahiya behaviour bhava bhavatanha bhikkhave bhikkhu birth body Buddha Buddha says Buddha's Teaching called cankers ceasing of dukkha Chapter conceiving condition consciousness continuous change craving craving-for-'being death dependent Dhamma Dighanikaya etam eternal evam existence extinction five-holding-aggregates flux four noble truths four primary modes fundamental holding to belief holding-aggregates hoti immediate experience impermanent indicated individual intention kamma Khandhasamyutta knowledge Majjhimanikaya manifest matter means mental feeling mind monks mysticism namarupa name-and-matter nescience nibbana Nikaya noble disciple non-knowledge not-self notion object Pali paticca paticcasamuppada formulation perceived perception of pleasurableness phenomenon pleasant present puthujjana question rebirth referred reflexion reflexive experience regarding root-structure sampajanna Samyuttanikaya sankhara Sariputta seen sekha sense organs sensuality six sense structure Sutta JVo tanha Tassa thinking tion understanding unpleasant feeling unpleasure upadana uppajjati vedana vinnanam Visuddhimagga vuccati whilst