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: vatassåhaµ puññåni : methunå gåma: pa†ivirato hoti saccavådi : manomayaµ abhinimminåya : vimuccati, vimuttasmim ‘vimuttam’ : vimuccati, vimuttasmim ‘vimuttam’ : bahukara~¨ja ti. : See A.ii,4. : åvuso Gotama taµ : såmaµ dakkh⁄ti: Sama~o va : kålavåd⁄ bh¨tavåd⁄ : Åkåsånañcâyatana-sukhuma[?] c/o : mogho atito mogho [nâparaµ itthattåyâti pajånati] c/o : th¨laµ subhasubhaµ? [sabbato pahaµ]: K. pabhaµ. See M.i,329, line 30 and Udåna I,10. Sabbatopahaµ (or °pabhaµ) may be sabbato-apahaµ (or °apabhaµ) from apahoti (or apabhavati [apabhoti]). [Viññå~assa nirodhena]: Anurodha/Pa†ivirodha/Nirodha (See M.i,65). : visesaµ : visesaµ : sukhåyåti : visesaµ [?] c/o [?] c/o [pe] c/o D⁄gha Nikåya Vol. 2 [Those in the Udåna (say 50) and in the Itivuttaka (say 200), though somewhat later, and also the few independent verses in the Vinaya, should also be examined; for though those books, as a whole, are somewhat later, many of the verses they preserve belong to the earlier period. Even so, however, the total number of verses is by no means unmanagable.]: ‘later’, on what grounds? : bhikkhu-sahassåni [vipassanå] c/o: myâyaµ maggo bo: dhammañ ca bhikkhu-saπghañ ca

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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...