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Karma and complicity etc.?

I'm not sure -- maybe yes? The constituent elements of an offence is spelled out in the Vinaya and/or its commentaries. Elements of "killing", for example, include being aware of someone's ...
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Karma and complicity etc.?

Your question is this- Is me speaking same as me acting? Of course not. As an English speaker, dont get lost in "karma"- simply think of action. Action can be performed at three levels- ...
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Which category from the Kalama Sutta does "relying on common sense" fall under

My guess is that common sense is a tempting thing to automatically defer to because it can combine every one of the unhelpful methods of inquiry into one. From the Kalama Sutta we have the Buddha ...
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Which category from the Kalama Sutta does "relying on common sense" fall under

Human beings are makers and users of tools. Being creatures of habits, we will always use those tools we are more familiar, comfortable and experienced in. Common sense would be one of them; so are ...
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Which category from the Kalama Sutta does "relying on common sense" fall under

I wondered what my version of relying falsely on common sense would be I don't think I have enough clues about what "your version" is. The only clue you gave was that it was related to "...
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