Dhammasangani- Please note: PTS members must order directly from the PTS. The first volume English translation: Buddhist Psychological Ethics. More Info. The English edition of the Pali text, prepared for the Pali Text Society by Professor . Hall of Exhortation, and there made a translation of the Dhamma- Sangani. The Dhammasangani is part of the Language English. A Buddhist variously translated as ideas, phenomena, states, patterns etc. There.

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Contact, joy, thinking, self-collectedness ; the faculties of faith, concentration, energy, wisdom, mindfulness, vitality ; right views, right endeavour, etc.

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Is such and such good for life-preservation, for race-preservation, for fun? It is literally the wish to discourse or expound kathetu kamyatabut the meaning is more clearly brought out by the familiar formula quoted, viz.

Intelligently aware of his own pro- cedure.

And then, that its subject is ethics, but that the inquiry is conducted from a psychological stand- point, and, indeed, is in great part an analysis of the psycho- logical and psycho-physical data of ethics.

The Three Phases in the organic evolution of form and the great fact of Impermanence applied everywhere and always to all form. I have thought it sufficient to name only these excluded factors. Category of Form under an Elevenfold Aspect.

Duammasangani, that he may attain to the heavens of Form, he of the perfection or purity of colour or lustre in the par- dhammaswngani kasina is here meant. It merely signified that unhealthy moral conditions had wholly passed away. The similes in Mil. To him thus purged and prepared neglish comes, through subconscious persist- ence, a reinstatement of some concept, associated with feeling and conation i.


It is a pounding up anumajja- namas well as a linking together.

Cittam, together with the terms in which it is de- scribed, is discussed in my Introduction. First of these is the catechetical method. Cakkhum arammanam sampaticcha- trwnslation eva rupamhi patihanhati nama. Personally I do not find, so far, that the Eastern and Western concepts can be so easily made to coincide.

The gourmanddiscontented with a small dish of trwnslation, demands more and more. This mysterious old rune must not further complicate our problem. Psychologically it is interesting to note that he is prepared to find this intimate, subjective reference in a state of intense feeling.

How far d h a t u corresponds to v a 1 1 h u — how far the one is a psychological, the other a physical conception 1 of source or base — is not easily determined. The Supplementary Set of Pairs pi. Never- theless a uniform method of catechizing characterizes the former. By this procedure we dhammasangxni best place our- selves at the threshold, so to speak, of the Buddhist position, both as to its psychology and its view of things in general, and be thus better led up to dhammasangami ethical import of the questions in the first part.

So the aspirant now nanuttaro, not ilanuttarikoaiming at perfect self-concentration, refuses to call that infinite which seems so ibid.

With Goethe they said: The theory of action and reaction between the five special 1 senses and their several objects is given in pages and of my translation. The faculty of ideation manindriya mfor instance, 4 while expressly declared to be an equivalent vevacanam of cittam, and, like it, to be that which attends or cognizes vijanati ,is also called a measuring the mental object — declared above to be c i 1 1 a m.

And of these, too, the aspect taken has close reference to the conscious personality.


The comment of Dr. On the other hand, the kind of questions raised in our Manual are on a different plane altogether from those raised in the third book in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, viz.


They were not visible to the kayo, or skin-sensibility.

They do not appear to have troubled Buddhism, early or late. These are on that occasion the two spheres. Good in relation to the Universe of Form rupavacara- kusalam And we know also how widely accepted and also contested 2 this same principle — ‘H y vaxrts tov ofioLov rq 5 ofioi a — was in Greece, from Empedokles to Plato and to Plotinus, 3 thinkers, all of them, who were affected, through Pythagorism or elsewise, by the East.

This on that occasion is the fivefold Path. This implies that the colour called nllam was, if not the usual, at least the desiderated colour of human hair. Sati appears under the metaphor of an inward mentor, discriminating between good and bad and prompting choice. K u s a 1 a m’we read, 1 may mean a wholesome, b virtuous, c skilful, d felicific, or productive of happy result. In the Maha Rahulovada-Sutta cited below it is ranked imme- diately after, and apparently as co-ordinate with, the other four.

It is not quite clear why senses and sense-objects should be followed by three indriyas — by three only and just these three. In these processes there was an earlier and a subsequent stage called — at least in the later books — u pa car a and appana respectively.

We can fortunately fix the date of the Dhamma- San- gani within a limit that, for an Indian book, may be considered narrow. The motive probably was to aid the student either to a conspectus of the psychosis in question, or mnemonically.