Pali Canon: Patthana | Tikapaṭṭhāna (Conditional Relations) – Bộ Vị Trí

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CONTENTS OF VOL. I

  • Enumeration fo the conditions
  • Analytical Exposition of the Conditions
  • Question Chapter
  • Answers:
    • 1. Faultless Triplet
    • 2. Feeling Triplet
    • 3. Resultant Triplet
    • 4. Clinging Triplet
    • 5. Corrupt Triplet

CONTENTS OF VOL. II

  • Answers (Cont):
    • 6. Applied thought triplet
    • 7. Rapture triplet
    • 8. Triplet of (state) eradicated by first path
    • 9. Triplet of (state) together with root eradicated by first path
    • 10. Triplet of (state) leading to rebirth and death
    • 11. Learners triplet
    • 12. Limited Triplet
    • 13. Litmited Object Triplet
    • 14. Low triplet
    • 15. Triplet of (state) with fixed destiny due to wrong views
    • 16. Path Object Triplet
    • 17. Arisen triplet
    • 18. Past triplet
    • 19. Past Object triplet
    • 20. Internal triplet
    • 21. Internal Object Triplet
    • 22. Visible and impinging triplet

The Patthana is indeed, deep and profound and so it is really difficult to conveive of it completely on one’s own. But the Buddha provided a method so that, on that basis, there would be no difficulty in grasping the subject. That method is none other than the table of Contents (the Triplets and Couplets) expounded at the beginning of Dhammasangani. As examples, the Faultless, Faulty and Indeterminate states of the Faultless Triplet were expounded to form the Faultless Triplet Patthana Section, the states of the Feeling Triplet were expounded to form the Feeling Triplet Patthana Section. Therefore, when the appropriate states of the Triplets are taken as references from the singel enumerations (the conditioning and conditioned states of the conditions) of the Positive and negative conditions, as given in Guide to C.R., Part II the 6 chapters can be easily understood and from the single enumerations of the investigation Chapter, as given in the Introduction to C.R. I, the investigation Chapters can be easily understood.

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