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This is as close as it gets afaik; A2. "Because there actually is the next world, the view of one who thinks, 'There is no next world' is his wrong view. Because there actually is the next world, when he is resolved that 'There is no next world,' that is his wrong resolve. Because there actually is the next world, when he speaks the statement, 'There ...


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Each mind can know one in 3 kinds of objects... Arising&Vanishing Realities (trillion moments per second;sankhata) Imagination (pannatti) Nibbana Reality (asankhata) (All of them have names[nāma] which is a kind of pannatti) Everybody, included the noble one, must know Sankhata and Pannatti switching rapidly to live their life. The Arising&...


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What is a person (puggala) in Buddhism? It's just a concept, e.g. like a "being". What is the difference between a person (puggala) and other terms like self (atta) and sentient being (satta)? There is no difference - they are all concepts with no real reference point to reality. Words such as a person, a being etc. is used for conventional sake ...


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In SN 15.5, SN 15.6, an individual monk and in SN 15.8, an individual brahmin lay person, spoke to the Buddha, and asked a question about the length of an eon. The Buddha answered it and then reflected on how samsara (translated by Ven. Sujato as "transmigration") has been going on for a very long time, with an unknown beginning, and tells the ...


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the buddha didnt teach rebirth of self he taught rebirth of the person, which is the final moment of mind in this life functioning as a cause for the first moment of mind in the next. at no point is self asserted or implied and so the linked response is mistaken to include rebirth of self within right view.


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