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p. 109/n.5 [Bmr K omit.]: Cf. also Brahmajåla. p. 248/6,18,30, p. 249/11,22-23, and p. 250/2 all corrected to: anavakåso yaµ Majjhima Nikåya Vol. 1 : Idam avoca Bhagavå. Na attamanå te bhikkh¨ Bhagavato bhåsitaµ nåbhinandunti. p. 140/9-11 [Venayiko sama~o Gotamo, sato sattassa ucchedaµ vinåsaµ vibhavaµ paññåpetîti. Yathå vâhaµ bhikkhave na, yathå câhaµ na vadåmi, tathå maµ te bhonto]: “Since I am not [scil. venayiko], and since I do not say [scil. sato sattassa ucchedaµ vinåsaµ vibhavaµ], so …” p. 262/37 : vadåmi: Iti imasmiµ p. 328/31-32 [Yåvatå candimasuriyå pariharanti diså bhanti virocanå tåva sahassadhå loko, ettha te vattat⁄ vaso.]: Not gåthå. Cf. A. i,227; v, 59. p. 329/30-31 [Viññå~aµ anidassanaµ anantaµ sabbatopabhaµ]: See D. i,223, line 12; and Udåna I, 10. p. 417/6 [vihareyyåsi]: Is this right? Cf. p. 98 and A. iii,307. Vijeheyyåsi? Vihåheyyåsi? p. 439/26-32 : bhågavimutto—paññåvimutto—kåyasakkh⁄—di††hi­ ppatto—saddhåvimutto—dhammånusår⁄—saddhånusår⁄, taµ ahaµ … p. 440/17 : satthusåsane sikkhåya aparap¨rap. 497/26-498/1 [Ahaµ hi bho Gotama evaµvåd⁄ evaµdi††hi: sabbaµ me na khamatîti.—Yå pi kho te eså Aggivessana di††hi: sabbaµ me na khamatîti, eså pi te di††hi na khamatîti.—Eså ce me bho Gotama di††hi khameyya taµ p’assa tådisam eva, taµ p’assa tådisam evâti.]: ‘Even if I liked it I should still not like it, I should disapprove of my liking it.’ This is the correct position; from which it follows that it should be given up. But few are consistent in this matter. This view, like all views, is an addiction, and is to be brought to an end; but, tending to self-destruction, it is salutary (sabbaµ me na khamatîti, tesam ayaµ di††hi asårågåya santike asaµyogåya santike anabhinandanåya santike anajjhosånåya santike anupådånåya santike ti—p. 498/18-20) if held consistently. (The contrary view tends to self-preservation and is therefore unsalutary [sabbaµ me khamatîti, tesam ayaµ di††hi sårågåya santike saµyogåya santike abhinandanåya santike ajjhosånåya santike upådånåya santike.—ibid. 14-16].) p. 6/24-25

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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...

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