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on the preceding conditions and the nutriments available. To see the becoming nature of things means to see their Not-Selfness, Becoming, Transient, Not-Self—these are all synonymous …]: X p. 171/3-9 [It is where no such understanding is, that one finds introduced into the Buddha-word also, that gross misconception called “mind-and-matter.” The splitting of Reality into two dissimilar things called mind (on the metaphysical side), and matter (on the physical side), is one of the greatest errors of human thought.] noted and checked p. 176/30-177/1 [With every change in Consciousness there comes about a change in Name-and-Form. This change in Name-andForm in turn conditions a new Consciousness, which latter Consciousness again conditions a new Name-andForm.]: X p. 243/1-4 [This arising and ceasing from its own preceding conditions as a universally applicable law is what flashes forth into the minds of Buddhas] ‘preceding’ u/l: No! p. 302/24-28 [His is a residual Grasping, like the residual burning of the flame which having burnt out all its fuel is now burning towards the end of all burning. The Arahat Grasps only towards the end of all Grasping.] ‘His is a residual Grasping’ and ‘Arahat Grasps’ u/l: ! Saupådisesa nibbånadhåtu is not sa-upådåna. p. 311/22-24 [Certainly, Nibbåna in its second phase is the annihilation of the Grasping Groups (barring of course the Group of Form)]: ! p. 318/17-18 regarding Ven. Khemaka, [In spite of his intellectual acceptance of Not-Self, he still reacts to things with the conceit ‘I am.’] ‘intellectual acceptance’ u/l: He was anågåm⁄! Marginal Notes made in the P.T.S. editions of the Sutta Pi†aka. D⁄gha Nikåya Vol. 1 p. 11/25 :Tathågatassa va~~aµ vadamåno p. 34/2 : våda sato sattassa p. 34/35 [‘Ananto åkåso’ti]: See p. 183. p. 45/n.2 [So all MSS, though they have no corresponding clause in the previous two lists.]: The first half of this paragraph 71 is parallel to paragraph 29 on p. 39. p. 50/8 : ‘Må bhåyi mahåråja, må bhåyi mahåråja.


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...