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How did the original mental event arise according to Dharmakīrti's argument for rebirth?

This may not really be an answer to the OP’s question but a critique. As pointed out that matter and consciousness do interfere with one another. This fact questions the validity of both premises 1 ...
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Why would a Buddhist have children?

The Noble Eightfold Path is a path of celibacy (abrahmacariyā veramaṇī) therefore its practitioners do not have children. The Noble Eightfold Path says: And what is right action? Katamo ca, bhikkhave,...
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Why would a Buddhist have children?

Here is an answer to your question (by which I mean this is not a definite answer and that there are more answers possible)- The birth that is going to take place, by which I mean the past life of the ...
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Does the intermediate state remember its past life?

7 weeks or 49 days in bardo or the intermediate state seems to be linked to East Asian Buddhism (influenced by the Yogacara tradition). However, the actual duration could be longer or shorter as ...
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