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p. 468/35-36 noted. p. 473/30-42 noted. p. 481/38-39 noted. p. 482/16-18 noted. p. 482/42-483/1 [If conceiving is enough for realizing, then I am plunged in a world like that of a dream in which the possible is no longer in any way distinguished from the real. I am condemned henceforth to see the world modified at the whim of the changes of my consciousness;] noted: ? p. 486/35-39 noted. p. 497/24-28 noted. p. 500/21-32 noted. p. 501/44-502/3 noted. p. 503/12-15 noted. p. 505/31-33 noted. p. 506/12-13 noted. p. 506/43-507/4 noted. p. 507/30-33 noted. p. 508/16-18 noted. p. 525/22-28 noted. p. 530/34-41 noted. p. 534/12-14 [But is the death which will overtake me my death? In the first place it is perfectly gratuitous to say that “to die is the only thing which nobody can do for me.”] noted: Heidegger does not say that it is the only thing that nobody else can do for me. (See Sein und Zeit, pp. 240-242). p. 535/1-3 [If to die is to die in order to inspire, to bear witness, for the country, etc., then anybody at all can die in my place—as in the song in which lots are drawn to see who is to be eaten.] noted: But Heidegger admits this—SZ, p. 240. p. 538/21-28 noted. p. 543/36-40 noted. p. 545/26-29 noted. p. 545/41-43 noted. p. 554/26-29 [If I am mobilized in a war, this war is my war; it is in my image and I deserve it. I deserve it first because I could always get out of it by suicide or by desertion; these ultimate possibles are those which must always be present for us when there is a question of envisaging a situation.] ‘these … situation’ noted: ?

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Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  
Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  

Part B includes two early essays (Nibbana and Anatta and Sketch for a Proof of Rebirth) as well as notes from a Commonplace Book and Margina...

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