By Rhys Davids
A Buddhist handbook of mental Ethics: Translation of the 1st ebook Abhidhammapitaka entitled Dhammasangani, Compendium of States or Phenomena In any attention of Abhidhamma experiences the time period to be tested prior to all others is ìmatika.î the cause of this lies within the technique followed during the Abhidhammapitaka of analyzing the character and behavior of the various states, psychological and fabric, which in accord with the elemental ideas of anicca, dukkha and anatta are proven to come up and cross away through the complete continuity of approach which lifestyles is confirmed to be. all of the seven books of the Abhidhamma Pitaka is taken into account to have its personal matika, and those were commented upon at a few size in Mohavicchedani (P.T.S. version 1961). This paintings is taken into account to were compiled by means of a definite Kassapa Thera on the request of his scholars. The textual content, categorised in Burma as one the 9 "littlefinger" manuals, used to be most likely written within the early 13th century on the Naganana Vihara within the Cola state of southern India. it's a Most worthy paintings in that it summarizes the total of Abhidhamma Pitaka, e-book through booklet, from Dhammasa?gani to Patthana. Pali textual content Society, Translation sequence, No. forty-one
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I t is not impossible th a t some open allusions to ‘ like being known by like ’ may be discovered in the Pitakas as a consciously held and deliberately stated principle or ground of the im pressibility of the sentient organism. No such statem ent occurs in our M anual. B ut the phrase, recurring in the case of each of th e special senses, ‘ derived from the four G reat Phenom ena,’ may not have been inserted without this implication. W ithout further evidence, how ever, I should not be inclined to attach philosophical signi ficance in this direction to it.
2 Secondly, an analysis of the sensory process in each case as under A, but, as it were, from the side of the sense-object, t h u s : (a) A mode of form or sense-object, capable of producing impact on a special apparatus of the individual organism ; 1 This insistence on the invisibility of all the senses, as well as on th a t of all sense-objects except sights or visual forms, is to me only explicable on the ground th a t r u p a m recurring in each question and each answer, and signifying, whatever else it meant, in popular idiom, things seen, it was necessary, in philosophic usage, to indicate th a t the term , though referring to sense, did not, with one exception, connote things seen.
8 . 1 Viewed in this light, the category of r u p a m or of r u p a k k h a n d h o becomes fairly intelligible, both as to the selection and classification of subject m atter and as to th e standpoint from which it is regarded. As a learner of ethical doctrine, pursuing either th e lower or the higher ideal, the B uddhist was concerned with the external world ju st as far as it directly and inevitably affected his m oral welfare and th a t of other m oral beings, th a t is to say, of all conscious anim ate beings.
A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethic (Dhammasangani) by Rhys Davids