-8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 CONDITIONAL RELATIONS STATES : POSITIVE CONDITIONAL RELATIONS OF TRIPLETS Veneration to that Exalted One, the Arahat, the Enlightened

Buddha I. ENUMERATION OF THE CONDITIONS 1. Root 2. Object 3. Predominance 4. Proximity 5. Contiguity 6. Conascence 7. Mutuality 8. Dependence " " " " " Condition (Hetu " " (Aýrammana (Adhipati (Anantara (Samanantara (Sahajaýta (An n aman n a (Nissaya (Upanissaya (Purejaýta (Pacchaýjaýta (Aýsevana (Kamma " " ) " " " " ) ) ) ) ) Paccayo) " " " " " ) ) ) " ) ) )

9. Strong - Dependence " 10. Prenascence 11. Postnascence 12. Repetition 13. Kamma 010400 14. Resultant 0 11 0 0 0 0 15. Nutriment " " " " " "

(Vipaýka

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(Aýhaýra

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16. Faculty 17. Jhaýna 18. Path 19. Association 20. Dissociation 21. Presence 22. Absence 23. Disappearance

" " " " " " " "

(Indriya (Jhaýna (Magga (Sampayutta (Vippayutta (Atthi (Natthi (Vigata (Avigata

" ) " ) " ) " ) " ) " ) " ) " " ) )

24. Non-disappearance "

End of the Enumeration -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 II. ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION OF THE CONDITIONS I. ROOT CONDITION The roots are related to the state which are associated with roots, and the matter produced thereby, by root condition.

2. OBJECT CONDITION (i) Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by object condition. (ii) Sound-base is realted to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by object condition. (iii) Odour-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by object condition. (iv) Taste-base is related to tongue-consciousness element

and its associated states by object condition. (v) Tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by objecte condition. (vi) Visible object-base, sound-base, odour-base, taste-base, tangible object-base is related to mind-element and its associated states by objected condition. (vii) All states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by object condition. (viii) Taking any state as object, these states, consciousness and mental factors, arise ; those (former) state are related to those (latter) state by object condition.

3. PREDOMINANCE CONDITION (i) Predominant desire is realated to the states associated with desire, and the matter produced thereby, by predominance condition. (ii) Predominant effort is related to the states associated with effort, and the matter produced thereby, by predominance condition. (iii) Predominant consciousness is related to the states associated with consciousness, and the matter produced thereby, by predominance condition. (iv) Predominant investigating-wisdom is related to the -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0

stattes associated with investigating-wisdom, and the matter produced thereby, by predominance condition. (v) Taking any state as estimable object, these states, consciousness and mental factors, arise ; those (former) states are related to those (latter) states by predominance condition.

4. PROXIMITY CONDITION (i) Eye- consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by proximity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by proximity condition. (ii) Ear-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by proximity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by proximity condition. (iii) Nose-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by proximity condition ; mind -element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by proximity condition. (iv) Tongue-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by proximity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are

related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by proximity condition. (v) Body-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mine-element and its associated states by proximity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by proximity condition. (vi) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent faultless states by proximity condition. (vii) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by proximity condition. (viii) Preceding faulity states are related to subsequent faulty states by proximity condition. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 (ix) Preceding faulty states are related to sebsequent indeterminate states by proximity condition. (x) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by proximity condition. (xi) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent faultless states by proximity condition. (xii) Preceding indetermainate states are related to subsequent faulty states by proximity condition. (xiii) In proximity to these states, these (other) states, consciousness and mental factors, arise ; those (former) states are related to those (latter) states by proximity condition.

5. CONTIGUITY CONDITION

(i) Eye- consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by contiguity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by contiguity condition. (ii) Ear-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by contiguity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by contiguity condition. (iii) Nose-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by contiguity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by contiguity condition. (iv) Tongue-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by contiguity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by contiguity condition. (v) Body-consciousness element and its associated states are related to mind-element and its associated states by conti-

guity condition ; mind-element and its associated states are related to mind-consciousness element and its associated states by contiguity condition. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 (vi) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent fautless states by contiguity condition. (vii) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by contiguity condition. (viii) Preceding faulty states are related to subsequent faulty states by contiguity condition. (ix) Preceding faulty states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by contiguity condition. (x) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by contiguity condition. (xi) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent faultless states by contiguity condition. (xii) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent faulty states by contiguity condition. (xiii) In contiguity with these states, these (other) states, consciousness and mental factors, arise ; those (for mer) states are related to those (latter) states by contiguity condition.

6. CONASCENCE CONDITION

(i) The four immaterial (i.e. mental) aggregates are

mutually related to one another by conascence condition. (ii) The four great primaries are mutually related to one another by conascence condition. (iii) At the moment of conception, mentality and materiality are mutually related to one another by conascence condition. (iv) States, consciousness and mental factors, are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. (v) The great primaries are related to derived matter by conascence condition. (vi) The material states are sometimes related to the immaterial states by conascence condition and are sometimes not related by conascence condition.

7. MUTUALITY CONDITION (i) The four immaterial aggregates are related to one another by mutuality condition. (ii) The four great primaries are related to one another by mutuality condition. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 (iii) At the moment of conception, mentality and materiality are related to one another by mutuality condition.

8. DEPENDENCE CONDITION (i) The four immaterial aggregates are mutually related to one another by dependence condition.

(ii) The four great primaries are mutually related to one another by dependence condition. (iii) At the moment of conception, mentality and materiality are mutually related to one another by dependence condition. (iv) States, conciousness and mental factors, are related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. (v) The great primaries are related to derived matter by dependence condition. (vi) Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by dependence condition. (vii) Ear-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by dependence condition. (viii) Nose-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by dependence condition. (ix) Tongue-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by dependence condition. (x) Body-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by dependence condition. (xi) Depending on this matter (i.e. heart-base), mindelement and mind-consciousness element arise ; that matter is related to mind-element and mind-consciousness element and their associated states by dependence condition.

9. STRONG-DEPENDENCE CONDITION (i) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent

faultless states by strong-dependence condition. (ii) Preceding faultless states are related to some subsequent fautly states by strong-dependence condition. (iii) Preceding faultless states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by strong-dependence condition. (iv) Preceding faulty states are related to subsequent fautly states by strong-dependence condition. -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 (v) Preceding faulty states are related to some subsequent faultless states by strong-dependence condition. (vi) Preceding faulty states are related to subsequent indeterminate states by strong-dependence condition. (vii) Preceding indeterminate states are related to sebsequent indeterminate states by strong-dependence condition. (viii) Preceding indeterminate states are related to sebsequent faultless states by strong-dependence condition. (ix) Preceding indeterminate states are related to subsequent faulty states by strong-dependence condition. (x) Also, weather and food are related by strong-dependence condition ; a person is related by strong -dependence condition ; a lodging-place is related by strong-dependence condition. 10. PRENASCENCE CONDITION (i) Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition.

(ii) Ear-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (iii) Nose-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (iv) Tongue-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (v) Body-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (vi) Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its states by prenascence condition. (vii) Sound-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence conditiom. (viii) Odour-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (ix) Taste-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (x) Tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by prenascence condition. (xi) Visible object-base, sound-base, odour-base, taste-base, tangible object-base is related to mind-element and its associated states by prenascence condition.

-8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 (xii) Depending on this matter, mind-element and mind-

consciousness element arise ; that matter is related to mindelement and its associated states by prenascence condition ; is sometimes related to mind-consciousness element and it associated states by prenascence condition, and is sometimes not related by prenascence condition.

11. POSTNASCENCE CONDITION The states, postnascent consciousness and mental factors, are related to this prenascent body by postnascence condition.

12. REPETITION CONDITION (i) Preceding faultless states are related to sebsequent faultless states by repetition condition. (ii) Preceding fautly states are related to subsequent faulty states by repetition condition. (iii) Preceding functional indeterminate states are related to subsequent functional indeterminate states by repetition condition.

13. KAMMA CONDITION (i) Faultless and faulty kamma is related to resultant aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. (ii) Volition is related to its associated states, and the matter produced thereby, by kamma condition.

14. RESULTANT CONDITION The four immaterial resultant aggregates are mutually related to one another by resultant condition.

15. NUTRIMENT CONDITION (i) Edible food is related to this body by nutriment condition. (ii) The immaterial nutriments are related to their associated states, and the matter produced thereby, by nutriment condition. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 16. FACULTY CONDITION (i) Eye-faculty is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by faculty condition. (ii) Ear-faculty is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by faculty condition. (iii) Nose-faculty is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by faculty condition. (iv) Tongue-faculty is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by faculty condition. (v) Body-faculty is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by faculty condition. (vi) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced matter by faculty condition. (vii) The immaterial faculties are related to their associated

states, and the matter poduced thereby, by faculty condition.

17. JHAýNA CONDITION The jhaýna factors are related to their associated states, and the matter produced thereby, by jhaýna condition.

18. PATH CONDITION The path factors are related to their associated states, and the matter produced thereby, by path condition.

19. ASSOCIATION CONDITION The four immaterial aggregates are mutually related to one another by association condition.

20. DISSOCIATION CONDITION (i) The material states are related to the immaterial states by dissociation condition. (ii) The immaterial states are related to the material states by dissociation condition.

21. PRESENCE CONDITION (i) The four immaterial aggregates are mutually related to one another by presence condition. (ii) The four great primaries are mutually related to one another by presence condition. -8 1 2

0 38 0 0 0 0 (iii) At the moment of conception, mentality and materiality are mutually related to one another by presence condition. (iv) States, consciousness and mental factors, are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. (v) The great primaries are related to derived matter by presence condition. (vi) Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (vii) Ear-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (viii) Nose-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (ix) Tongue-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and it associated states by presence condition. (x) Body-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by prescence condition. (xi) Visible object-base is related to eye -consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (xii) Sound-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (xiii) Odour-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (xiv) Taste-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition.

(xv) Tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by presence condition. (xvi) Visible object-base, sound-base, odour-base, tastebase, tangible object-base is related to mind-element and its associated states by presence condition. (xvii) Depending on this matter, mind-element and mindconsciousness element arise ; that matter is related to mindelement and mind-consciousness element and their associated states by presence condition.

22. ABSENCE CONDITION States, consciousness and mental factors, which have just ceased in contiguity, are related to the present states, consciousness and mental factors, by absence condition. -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 23. DISAPPEARANCE CONDITION States, consciousness and mental factors, which have just disappeared in contiguity, are related to the present states, consciousness and mental factors, by disappearance condition.

24. NON-DISAPPEARANCE CONDITTION (i) The four immaterial aggregates are mutually related to one another by non-disappearance condition. (ii) The four great primaries are mutually related to one another by non-disappearance condition.

(iii) At the moment of conception, mentality and matetiality are mutually related to one another by non-disappearance condition. (iv) States, consciousness and mental factors, are related to mine-produced matter by non-disappearance condition. (v) The great primaries are related to derived matter by non-disappearance condition. (vi) Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (vii) Ear-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (viii) Ear-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (ix) Tongue-base is related to tongue-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (x) Body-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xi) Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xii) Sound-base is related to ear-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xiii) Odour-base is related to nose-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xiv) Taste-base is related to tongue-consciousness element

and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xv) Tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. -8 1 2 080000 (xvi) Visible object-base, sound-base, odour-base, tastebase, tangible object-base is related to mind-element and its associated states by non-disappearance condition. (xvii) Depending on this matter, mind-element and mindconsciousness element arise ; that matter is related to mindelement and mind-consciousness element and their associated states by non-disappearance condition. End of Analytical Exposition of the Conditions, -8 1 2 030000 QUESTION CHAPTER 1. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE

2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 210000

0 1 -1 1 0 0 1. FAULTLESS SECTION 010000

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root Condition 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 0 30 0 0 0 0 25. (i) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless state by root condition ? (ii) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate state by root condition ? (v) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ? (vii) Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ?

2. FAULTY SECTION 26. (i) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (ii) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise faultless

state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on fautly state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition ? (v) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ? (vii) Dependent on faulty state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? -8 1 2 0 18 0 0 0 0 3. INDETERMINATE SECTION 27. (i) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (ii) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faultless state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate by root condition ? (v) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ?

(vii) Dependent on indeterminate state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ?

4. FAULTLESS AND INDETERMINATE SECTION 28. (i) Dependent on faultless (state) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 and indeterminate state, 0 17 0 0 0 0 may there arise faultless state by root condition ? (ii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition ? (v) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ? (vii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state, may there arise fautless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ?

5. FAULTY AND INDETERMINATE SECTION 29. (i) Dependent on faulty (state) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 and indeterminate state, 020000 may there arise faultless state by root condition ?

410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0

6 1 -1 1 0 0 To show that these are two different states. This is to be understood in all 620000 such cases. In the Pali the singular is used for both of them. But a state can never be both. -8 1 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 (ii) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition ?

(v) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ? (vii) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? 6. FAULTLESS AND FAULTY SECTION 30. (i) Dependent on faultless (state) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 and faulty state, may 0 16 0 0 0 0 there arise faultless state by root condition ? (ii) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? (iii) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition ? (v) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise fauity and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise faultless, faulty states by root condition ?

(vii) Dependent on faultless and faulty state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ?

7. FAULTLESS, FAULTY AND INDETERMINATE SECTION 3I. (i) Dependent on faultless (state), 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 faulty (state) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 and inde040000 terminate state, may there arise faultless state by root contition ? (ii) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty state by root condition ? 420000

1 6 1 -1 1 0 0 A state is either faultless, faulty or indeterminate. 010000 -8 1 2

0 16 0 0 0 0 (iii) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise indeterminate state by root condition ? (iv) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition ? (v) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? (vi) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless and faulty states by root condition ? (vii) Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root condition ? End of Root Condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object Condition, etc. 0 22 0 0 0 0 32. Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless state by object condition ? (Root condition has been fully expanded. Object condition should be done likewise by way of recitation.) 33. Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless

state by predominance condition ? . . .proximity condition ? . . . contiguity condition ? . . .conascence condition ?. . .mutuality condition ?. . .dependence condition ?. . .strong-dependence condition ?. . .prenascence condition ?. . . postnascence condition ?. . .repetition condition ? . . .kamma condition ?. . .resultant condition ?. . .nutriment condition ?. . . faculty condition ?. . . jhaýna condition ?. . .path condition ?. . .association condition ?. . .dissociation condition ?. . .presence condition ?. . .absence condition ?. . .disappearance condition ? 34. Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless state by non-disappearance condition ?. . .Dependent on faulty state. . .Dependent on indeterminate state. . . Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state . . . Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. . .Dependent on faultless and faulty state. . . . Dependent on faultless, faulty and indeterminate state, may -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 there arise faultless state. . .arise faulty state. . .arise indeterminate state. . . arise fautless and indeterminate states. . . arise fautly and indeterminate states. . .arise fautless and faulty states. . .may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by non-disappearance condition ? (Root condition has been fully expanded. Non-disappearance condition should be done likewise by way of recitation.)

End of By Ones

2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Twos 210000 Root condition 020000 35. Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless state by root and object condition 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . .Dependent on faultless, faulty 070000 and indeterminate state may there arise faultless, faulty and indeterminate states by root and object conditions ? 36. Dependent on faultless state, may there arise faultless state by root and predominance conditions ?. . .root and proximity conditions ?. . . root and contiguity conditions ?. . . root and non-disappearance conditions ?

210000 By Threes 050000

predominance and non-disappearance condition ? (" By Fives" and so on are abbreviated. object and nondisappearance conditions ? 210000 By Fours 080000 38. object and proximity conditions ?. may there arise faultless state by root.) End of Root Condition. . "By Ones". predominance and proximity conditions ?. . . object. . root. 210000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . "By Twos". . " By Fours". object and predominance conditions ?. Dependent on faultless state. may there arise faultless state by root. root. object. Dependent on faultless state. "By Threes". . . " By All Conditions" should be expanded without confusion. 410000 1 6 1 -1 1 0 0 "root condition and object condition" is abbreviated as such in all cases. . " By Fives".37. root.

. nondisappearance and disappearance condition ? ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Threes 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 070000 40.object and non-disappearance conditions ? Dependent on faultless state. mutuality . non-disappearance and predominance conditions ? . . . nondisappearance. . . may there arise faultless state by non-disappearance. may there arise faultless state by object and root condition ?.Object Condition. root and proximity conditions ? . . . nondisappearance. . . . . proximity . root and predominance conditions ? . . . . nondisappearance. . non-disappearance and root conditions ? . Dependent on faultless state. . . . . root and disappearance conditions ? . . . . . may there arise faultless state by predominance . non-disappearance and object condition ? . cona scence . . 210000 By Twos 0 11 0 0 0 0 39. . . Dependent on faultless state.object and predominance condition ?. contiguity . root and object conditions ? . etc.

" By Threes". . 2.) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Excellent and supreme are the PatÞtÞhaýna triplets. object and proximity conditions ?. Dependent on faultless state. " By Fours". . ' By Twos". non-disappearance. 060000 Couplets -triplets. " By All Conditions" without confusion. Triplets-triplets. may there arise faultless state by non-disappearance. .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Fours 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 080000 41. disappearance conditions ? (This should be fully expanded in each section as " By Ones ". root. root. couplets. . These six divisions in the Positive Method are profound. object and predominance conditions ?. . . couplets-couplets. " By Fives" . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE . triplets-couplets.

In the Negative. not-dependence condition ? . Dependent on faultless state.not-presence condition ? . Dependent on faultless state.not-association condition ? . . . .not-non-disappearance condition ? 44. . . not-absence condition ? . . . . . . etc. . each section is fully expanded as " By . not-path condition ? . not-postnascence condition ?. . . not-contiguity condition ? . not-disappearance condition ? . .) -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 43. . . . .not-jhaýba condition ?. . not-root condition should be similary expanded. . . not-mutuality condition ?. . .not-dissociation condition ?. root condition has been expanded. . not-kamma condition ?. . . . not-proximity condition ? . . . . not-resultant condition ? . may there arise faultless state by not-root and not-object conditions ? (In the Positive. . . . . . 040000 42.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root condition. . . . Dependent on faultless state. . . not-repetition condition ?. not-predominance condition ? . not-prenascence condition ? . . may there arise faultless state by not-object conditions ? . not-strong-dependence condition ?. not-faculty condition ? . . not-nutriment condition ? . . not-conascence condition ? . may there arise faultless state by not-root condition ? (In the Positive. .

3. " By Threes ". couplets-couplets. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE . up to " By Twenty-threes". not-object condition ? Dependent on faultless state. " By fours ".) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Excellent and supreme are the PatÞtÞhaýna triplets. In the Negative also. may there arise faulty state by root condition. not-object condition ? . Couplets-triplets. triplets-couplets. These six divisions in the Negative Method are profound. it must be expanded similarly. Dependent on faultless state.NEGATIVE ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root Conditions 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 0 12 0 0 0 0 45. 070000 couplets. Triplets-triplets.Ones ". " By Twos ". may there arise faultless state by root condition.

conascence. association. proximity. not-non-disappearance condition ? . nutriment.root. not-non-disappearance condition ? By root. strong-dependence.root. By root. object. resultant. . notnon-disappearance condition ? -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 47. not-contiguity condition ? . object. . not-proximity condition ? . Dependent on faultless state. predominance. . not-non-disappearance condition ? . mutuality. . contiguity. In the Positive-Negtative. predominance and proximity conditions. not-non-disappearance condition ? By root. root condition. object and predominance conditions.(In the Positive. prenascence.) 46. . path. faculty. may there arise faultless state by root condition. postnascence. not-predominance condition ?. . repetition. root condition has been fully expanded. . . . . not-proximity condition ? . object. may there arise faultless state by root and object condition. . predominance and proximity conditions. root and object conditions. . not-predominance condition ? . absence and disappearance conditions. kamma. jhaýna. object and predominance conditions. root and object conditions. the sections should be expanded similarly. presence. . root condition. Dependent on faultless state. not-proximity condition ? . . dissociation. dependence.

non-disappearance condition. . conascence conditions . notdisappearance condition ? By non-disappearance. . . . . . not-disappearance condition ? By non-disappearance and root conditions. . .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object Condition. not-object condition ? . not-disappearance condition ? By non-disappearance. object. non-disappearance condition. proximity. . . root. . may there arise faultless state by object condition . . root and object conditions . . etc. non-disappearance and root conditions. notpredominance condition ? . root and object conditions. contiguity. not-disappearance condition ? ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Excellent and supreme are the PatÞtÞhaýna triplets. predominance. . . 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 0 15 0 0 0 0 48. . proximity condition. not-root condition ?. not-object condition ? .non-disappearance condition. Dependent of faultless state. . predominance condition .non-disappearance.

object condition ? Dependent on faultless state. -8 1 2 020000 4. CONDITION : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root Condition 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 0 15 0 0 0 0 49. predominacne condition ? . may there arise faultless state by not-root condition. . couplets-couplets. Dependent on faultless state. not-predominance. . may there arise faultless state by not-root and not-object conditions. may there arise faultless state by not-root condition. Dependent on faultless state.050000 couplets. . non-disappearance condition ? 50. . not-proximity.non-disappearance condition ? By not-root.non-disappearance condition ? By not-root. predominance condition ? . not-object not-predominance conditions . not-object. . not-root condition. triplets-couplets. These six divisions in the Positive-Negative Method are profound. Couplets-tirplets. . . Triplets-triplets.

root condition ? . . . root condition ? 52. not-absence and not-disappearance conditions. . Dependent on faultless state. . notobject condition. disappearance condition ? By not-non-disappearance. . not-nondisappearance condition. . may there arise faultless state by not-object condition.not-presence. . not-presence and not-absence conditions. not-root. may there arise faultless state by not-object condition. disappearance condition ? By not-non-disappearance and not-root conditions . object condition ? . . not-object. . non-disappearance condition ? . not-nondisappearance condition. notnon-disappearance condition.not-contiguily. etc 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 0 15 0 0 0 0 51. object condition ? . . Dependent on faultless state. not-predominace . non-disappearance condition ? ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object Condition. . . .not-non-disappearance and not-root conditions. . disappearance condition ? ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . predominance condition ?.

triplets-couplets. CONDITION : POSITIVE I. 'DEPENDENT' CHARTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Positive Root 9 030000 53. Triplets-triplets. 050000 Couplets-triplets. (i) Dependent on faultless state.d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Excellent and supreme are the PatÞtÞhaýna triplets. -8 1 2 040000 (ANSWERS) I. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. couplets-couplets. arise 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 three (faultless) 010000 . arises faultless state by root condition. couplets. These six division in the Negative-Positive Method are profound. FAULTLESS TRIPLET I.

arises indeterminate state by root condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. arises 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 020000 one (faultless) aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. arise faulty state by root condition. dependent on two (faultless) aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (3) (iv) Dependent on faulty state. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. (iii) Dependent on faultless state. arises mind-produced matter. . arise 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 two (faultless) aggregates. dependent on two aggregates.aggregates . dependent on three (faultless) aggregates. arise three aggregates . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . Dependent on faultless aggregates. 0 24 0 0 0 0 (ii) Dependent on faultless state.

arises indeterminate state by root condition. arises mind-produced matter. -8 1 2 070000 and mind-produced matter . Dependent on faulty aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggreggates. . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter .dependent on three aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. arise three aggregates 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 The verb is left out in all the classifications of the states. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises indeterminate state by root condition. (vi) Dependent on faulty state. arises one aggregate . (3) (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. dependent on two aggreggates. (v) Dependent on faulty state. but is here included 610000 as in the answers.

arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-preduced matter . dependent on one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . dependent on three aggregates. arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . dependent on (heart-)base. arise aggregates. arise (heart-) base . dependent on three aggregates. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter ' dependent on two aggregates.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate of functional 050000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on aggregates.

(i) Dependent on faultless state. dependent on two great primaries. arise three aggregates . dependent on three great primaries. arises mind-produced matter.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arises indeterminate state by root condition. arise three great 0 14 0 0 0 0 primaries . arise mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter. arise two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries arises mind-produced matter. dependent on (four) great primaries. arises one aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. (I) (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arises faultless state by object condition. arises indeterminate state by root condition. (I) (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. aries two great primaries . -8 1 2 . (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 3 050000 54. arises one great primary .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 040000 indeterminate aggregate.080000 (ii) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates . denpendent on two . arises one aggregates . dependent on three aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates. arises indetermate state by object condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises one aggregate . arise three aggregates . dependent on one resultant 060000 indeterminate aggregate. arises faulty state by object condition. dependent on three aggregates. arise two aggregates . arises one aggregate . arise three aggregates . dependent on three aggregates. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state.

dependent on three aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arise three aggregates . (3) (iv) Dependent on faulty state.aggregates. arise two aggregates ' denpendent on (heart-)base . (iii) Dependent on faultless state. arises one aggregate . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arises faultless state by predominance condition. arise aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on faultless aggregates. arise faulty state by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 9 0 21 0 0 0 0 55. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. arises mind-produced matter. (i) Dependent on faultless state. dependent on two aggregates . dependent on three aggregates. (ii) Dependent on faultless state. arise two aggregates. arise faultless and indeterminate states by prodominance condition. . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter.

arise faulty and indeterminate states by predominance condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. arises one aggregate . arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. dependent on three aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 050000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on three aggregates. Dependent on faulty aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. -8 1 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 (v) Dependent on faulty state.Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . arise one . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arises mind-produced matter. (vi) Dependent on faulty state. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. (3) (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates.

( I ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 3. ( I ) (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. Contiguity 3 050000 . arise three great prima0 14 0 0 0 0 ries . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. dependent of great primaries.aggregate and mind-produced matter . arises mind-produced matter. arises mind-produced matter. ( I ) (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. dependent on three great primaries. arises one great primary . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arises mind-produced derived matter. arise two great primries . dependent on two great primaries.

arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on three aggregates. by contiguity condition. arise one aggregate . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (ii) Dependent on faultless state. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. (i) Dependent on faultless state. arises faultless state by proximity conition . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. ( 3 ) (iv) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on three aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arises indeteminate state by conascence condition. dependent on two aggregates.56. . arise three aggregates . Dependent on faultless state. Dependent on one faultless aggregate.) -8 1 2 0 34 0 0 0 0 57. arises faultless state by conascence condition. . arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . depen dent on two aggregates. Dependent on one faulty aggregate.(Proximity and contiguity are the same as object condition. arises faulty state by conascence condition. arise faultless and indeterminate states by conascence condition. . . . Dependent on faultless aggregates. (iii) Dependent on faultless state.

dependent on three aggregates. dependent matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . dependent on three aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 030000 indeterminate aggregate. arises one aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise faulty and indeterminate states by conascence condition. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . (v) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on two aggregates. arises indeterminate state by conascence condition. dependent on two-8 1 2 020000 aggregates. arise one aggregate matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. Dependent on faulty aggregates. (3) (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. dependent om two aggregates. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arises indeterminate state by conascence condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. (vi) Dependent of faulty state.

dependent on three great primaries. dependent on (heart-) base. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d . arises three great prima050000 ries . dependent on two aggregates . dependent on two great primaries. arise two great primaries .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arises one great primary . dependent on one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on great primaries. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . dependent on three aggregates.arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arises (heart-)base . arise aggregates . arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . dependent on aggregates.

arises derived matter . dependent on three great primaries. dependent on two great primaries. 050000 arise three great primaries . arises one great primary . arises one great primary . 050000 arise three great primaries . dependent on three great primaries. arise three 050000 great primaries .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one external great primary. . arise two great primaries . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one nutriment-produced great primary. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 f 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. dependent on two great primaries. dependent on three great primaries. dependent on great primaries. dependent on great primaries. arise two great primaries . dependent on two great primaries. arises derived matter . arises one great primary .

( I ) . arises mind-produced matter. ( I ). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 g 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings 0 12 0 0 0 0 arise three great primaries . dependent on great primaries. arises mind-produced matter.arise two great primaries . arises indeterminate state by conascence condition. arises kamma-produced derived matter. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. -8 1 2 040000 Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. arises derived matter . ( I ) (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. arises indeterminate state by conascence condition. dependent on three great primaries arises one great primary . dependent on great primaries. arise two great primaries . dependent on two great primaries.

arise three aggregates . ( I ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 050000 (ii) Dependent on faulty state. arises faulty state by mutuality condition. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. arises one aggregate . Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise three aggregates . dependent on three aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . (i) Dependent on faultless state. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. ( I ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 030000 (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. arises faultless state by mutuality condition. arises indeterminate state by mutuality condition. dependent on three aggregates.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 3 050000 58.

dependent on aggregates. arise two great primaries . arise three aggregates . arise aggregates . dependent on (heart-)base.) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 040000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on three aggregates. dependent on one resultant 060000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. arises one great primary . dependent on two aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. . arises one aggregate . dependent on three great primaries. arise two aggregates and (heart-)base . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arises (heart-) base . arise one aggregate and (heart-)base . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise three aggregates and (heart-)base . arise three great prima040000 ries . dependent on two great primaries. arise two aggregates .

. . arise two great primaries. dependent on two great primaries. . dependent on three great primaries. ( I ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 3 010000 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . arises one great primary . .nutriment-produced.temperature040000 produced. .dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings arise three great primaries . .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )-( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 g 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 External .

It is similarly abridged in the rest of 610000 the Text. (e).6 1 -1 1 0 0 Given as (3) in the Text. (f) and (g). Dependent on faultless state. 410000 2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Given in full in 57(d). 010000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 9 060000 59. the difference here is that "derived matter" is excluded. 410000 3 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Left out in the Text. arises faultless state by .

arises one aggregate . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arise two aggregates . (arise faultless aggregates) by prenascence . arises faultless state by strong-dependence condition. dependent on three aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. (dependent on heart-)base.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 3 060000 60.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 0 1 -1 1 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 61. . Dependent on faultless state. dependent on two aggregates. . .dependence condition. arise three aggregates .(Strong-dependence condition is the same as object condition. Dependent on one faultless aggregate . (Dependence condition is the same as conascence condition. . arises faultless state by prenascence condition. (i) Dependent on faultless state.

dependent on two aggregates. (arise faulty aggregates) by prenascence condition. (ii) Dependent on faulty state. arises indeterminate state by prenascence condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises faultless state by repetition condition. arise three aggregates .condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 3 040000 62. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregate. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. arises faulty state by prenascence condition.)base. arise three aggregates . arise two aggregates . (dependent on six) bases. (i) Dependent on faultless state. (arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates) by prenascence condition. arises one aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. L -8 1 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 . arise two aggregates . (dependent on heart. dependent on three aggregates arises one aggregate .

. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 9 070000 63. Dependent on one functional indeterminate aggregate. dependent on two agggregates. arise two aggregates. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. Dependent on one faultless aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. arise two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arises faulty state by repetition condition. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises one aggregate .three. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. (i)-(iii) Dependent on faultless state. (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. (iv) -(vi) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on three aggregates. arises one aggregate . . (ii) Dependent on faulty state.Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arise three aggregates . . arises indeterminate state by repetition condition. three. ( . arises one aggregate . arise three aggregates . arises faultless state by kamma condition. . arises indeterminate state by kamma condition.

. arise three great prima030000 rise .2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 020000 indeterminate aggregate. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . dependent on great primaries. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. .

050000 arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . . arises indeterminate state by kamma condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . . (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state.0 11 0 0 0 0 arise three great primaries. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. -8 1 2 030000 64. arises indeterminate state by resultant condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate aggregate. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on great primaries. arises kamma -produced derived matter. (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. arises mind-produced matter. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on faultyy aggregates and great primaries. . Dependent on indeterminated state. arises indeterminate stae by kamma condition. dependent on three aggregates. arises mind-produced matter.

arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . arises one great primary . dependent on three great primaries. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . arise three great prima060000 ries .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter. dependent on aggregates. dependent on great primaries. dependent on three aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two great primaries. arises (heart-)base . dependent on one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. arise aggregates . arise two great primaries . dependent on (heart-)base. arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter .

three. . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. or functional 020000 indeterminate aggregate . arises faulty stats by nutriment condition. . (i). .(iii) Dependent on faultless state. (iv)-(vi) Dependent on faulty state. . . . . three. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arises indeterminate state by nutriment conditiion. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises faultless state by nutriment condition.Nutriment 9 090000 65. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate.

arise mind-produced kamma-produced derived matter . arises derived matter.dependent on great primaries. -8 1 2 070000 (vii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. arise three great prima030000 ries. . arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by nutriment condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one nutriment-produced great primary. . 020000 dependent on great primaries. Dependent of faulty aggregates and great primaries. . .c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 9 090000 . . (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. .

arises faultless state by faculty condition. (Faculty condition is the same as kamma condition. arises faultless state by jhaýna condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 3 060000 68. . .Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 9. arises faultless state by associated condition. Path 9 050000 67. three. .by path condition. . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. (i) -(iii) Dependent on faultless state. . . (Jhaýna and path conditions are the same as root condition. . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. .) .three. (vii)-(ix) Dependent on indeterminate state. (Associated condition is also the same as object condition. Dependent on faultless state. (iv)-(vi) Dependent on faulty state. . Dependent on faultless state.66. .

dependent on three aggregates. (dependent on) aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises faultless state by dissociation condition. (dependent on heart-)base. (dependent on) aggregates. ( arises mind. (arises) mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. -8 1 2 0 32 0 0 0 0 (iii) Dependent on faultless state.produced matter) by dissociation condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . Dependent on faultless aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates . (3) . (arise faultless aggregates) by dissociation condition. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. dependent on three aggregates. (dependent on heart-)base. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 9 0 11 0 0 0 0 69. arises one aggregate . (ii) Dependent on faultless state. arises mind-produced matter . arise faultless and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. (arise) aggregates by dissociation condition . (i) Dependent on faultless state.

dependent on three aggregates. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter . Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise faulty and indeterminate states by disscociation condition. (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise two aggregates . arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition.(iv) Dependent on faulty state. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . dependent on three aggregates. (dependent on heart-)base. (arise faulty aggregates) by dissociation condition. (arise) aggregates by dissociation condition . (arises) mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. (vi) Dependent on fautly state. arises faulty state by dissociation condition. Dependent on faulty aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . (dependent on heart-)base. (dependent on) aggregates. (v) Dependent on faulty state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (dependent on) aggregates. (3) (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. arise three aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter .

arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . (dependent on) aggregates. dependent on (heart-)base. (dependent on) aggregates. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . . (arise) aggregates by dissociation condition . dependent on two aggregates. dependent on aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. (arises) mind-produced matter by dissociation condition . (arises) kammaproduced matter by dissociation condition . (arise) aggregates by dissociation condition . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . (arises heart-)base .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate or functional 070000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on one resultant 0 12 0 0 0 0 indeterminate aggregate. arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . (dependent on six) bases. dependent on three aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. (dependent on heart-)base.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. dependent on two great primaries. arises mind-produced matter . Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. arise three great prima0 18 0 0 0 0 ries . (arises heart-)base by dissociation condition . arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. (I) (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. (I) . arises mind-produced matter . (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition.(arise) aggregates . (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. arises one great primary . (dependent on) aggregates. dependent on three great primaries. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. arise two great primaries . arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. (dependent on) aggegates. (dependent on heart-)base. dependent on great primaries . (arise mind-produced and kamma-produced matter) by dissociation condition. (dependent on) aggregates. ( I ) (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. (dependent on) aggregates. (arise) aggregates by dissociation condition .

Dependent on one faultless aggregate. . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-disappearance 9 0 11 0 0 0 0 .(Absence and disappearance conditions are the same as object condition. .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 9 070000 70.) (Presence condition is the same as conascence condition. (Abbreviated. . arises faultless state by presence condition.by disappearance condition. Disappearance 3 050000 71. Dependent on faultless state. . arises faultless state by absence condition. arise three aggregates. .) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 3. Dependent on faultless state.

4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 . .) I. jhaýna 9. . arise three aggregates. dependence 9. repetition 3. absence 3. predominance 9. conascence 9. proximity 3. path 9. faculty 9. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER NUMBERS (OF ANSWERS) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root Condition as Reference 210000 By Ones 070000 73. mutuality 3. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. with object ( there are) 3 (answers). arises faultless state by nondisappearance condition. dissociation9. contiguity 3. With root (there are) 9 (answers). kamma 9. (Non-disappearance condition is the same as conascence condition. (with) non-disappearance (there are) 9 (answers). association 3. presence 9. Dependent on faultless state.) (These twenty-three conditions should be expanded for recitation. disappearance 3. nutriment 9. strong-dependence 3. resultant 1.72. prenascence 3.

path 9. kamma 9. proximity 3. association 3. resultant 1. kamma 3. proximity 3. disappearance 3. association 3. absence 3. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 The answers are given above. non-disappearance 9. path 3. strong-dependence 3. conascence 9. contiguity 3. facully 9. resultant 1. dissociation 9. dependence 3. presence 9. dissociation 3. repetition 3. presence 3. mutuality 3. conascence 3. jhaýna 3. mutuality 3. nutriment 3. nutriment 9. object conditions and predominance (there are) 3 (answer). prenascence 3. prenascence 3. faculty 3. contiguity 3. strong-dependence 3. (with root condition and) predominance (there are) 9 (answers). With root. repetition 3. disap- .210000 By Twos 080000 74. jhaýna 9. With root condition and object (there are) 3 (answers). dependence 9. absence 3. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 070000 75.

.pearance 3. dissociation 3. jhaýna 3. . object. With root. association 3. strong-dependence. object. . jhaýna. disappearance 3. repetition. proximity contiguity. presence 3. absence 3. faculty 3. nutriment 3. presence. faculty. non-disappearance 3. non-disappearance 3. pernascence. . conascence. . repetition conditions and kamma (there are) 3 (answers). . nutriment. disappearance conditions and non-disappearance (there are) 3 (answers). 220000 By Twelves With Repetition Condition 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 070000 76. . 210000 By Thirteens . 210000 By Twenty-two 050000 77. predominance. dependence. With root. kamma. path association. absence. dissociation. mutuality. path 3.

faculty.010000 With Resultant Condition 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 050000 78. kamma. absence. . resultant conditions and nutriment (there is) 1 (answer). With root. dissociation 1. object.Two 060000 79. faculty 1. . kamma. disappearance 1. jhaýna. presence 1. . path. non-disappearance 1. . dissociation. prenascence. object. absence 1. prenascence. presence. path 1. 210000 By Twenty. . 410000 1 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not mentioned in the Text. association. association 1. jhaýna 1. resultant. disappearance conditions and non-disappearance (there is) 1 (answer). With root. . nutriment. . . End of Numbers (of Answers) with Root Condition as Reference.

. non-disappearance 3. . . With proximity. . predominance 3. . With predominance condition and root (there are ) 9 (answers). non-disappearance 3. . . . . . object 3. . . With conascence condition and root 9. With mutuality condition and root 3. With object condition and root (there are) 3 (answers). contiguity conditions and root (there are) 3 (answers). non-disappearance 9. . etc. . 220000 By Twos 0 1 -1 1 0 0 (All 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 those that include object have 3 (answers to the) 0 14 0 0 0 0 questions. .010000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object. .) 80. .

non-disappearance 3. contiguity 3. . dependence 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos 080000 81. . nutriment 3.With dependence condition and root 9.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 By Twos 030000 82. mutuality 3. path 3. With prenascence condition and root 3. With repetition condition and root (there are) 3 (answers). (With repetition condition and resultant nil. absence 3. . predominance 3. . conascence 3. strong-dependence 3. . prenascence 3. presence 3. . dissociation 3. . With strong-dependence condition and root 3. . object 3. association 3. kamma 3. . jhaýna 3. disappearance 3. proximity 3. faculty 3. With kamma condition and root (there are) 9 (answers).

nutriment 1. presence 1. object 1. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 There is one exception (i.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (With resultant condition and repetition nil. absence 1. contiguity 1. -8 1 2 040000 association 1. mutuality 1. proximity 1. conascence 1.e. jhaýna 1. disappearance 1. dependence 1. predominance 1. With resultant condition and root (there is) 1 (answer). prenascence 1. With object condition and resultant ) where the 610000 answer is 1. non-disappearance 1. strong-dependence 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 050000 83. path 1. dissociation 1. kamma 1. faculty 1.

.. . . . . With dissociation condition and root (there are ) 9 (answers). . . . . . 210000 By Twos 0 13 0 0 0 0 84. With path condition and root (there are ) 9 (answers) . . . . . . . With jhaýna condition and root (there are) 9 (answers). . etc. . With absence condition and root (there are ) 3 (answers). . . . . With faculty condition and root (there are ) 9 (answers). With non-disappearance condition and root (there are) 9 (answers). .. object 3. absence 3.Nutriment. . . . With disappearance condition and root (there are ) 3 (answers). With presence condition and root (there are) 9 (answers). 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 090000 85. With mutriment condition and root (there are) 9 (answers). disappearance 3. predominance 9. . . With association condition and root (there are) 3 (answers).

-8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless resultant indeterminate or 050000 . the enumeration of the rest should be done for recitation. (ii) Dependent on indeterminate state. 2.(Taking each condition as reference. arises indeterminate state by not-root condition. Dependent on doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. (i) Dependent on faulty state. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Negative Not-root 2 090000 86.) End of Positive. arises faulty state by notroot condition. arises doubt -accompanied or restlessness accompanied delusion.

arise mind-produced . depended on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on great primaries.functional indeterminate aggreagted. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arises (heart-)base . arise aggregates . arise three great prima050000 ries . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . dependent on (heat-)base. dependent on three aggregates. arise two great primaries . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises one great primary . dependent on two great primaries. dependent on three aggregates. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. dependent on one 070000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. dependent on three great primaries. dependent on aggregates.

. arises indeterminate state by not-object condition. . nutriment-produced. dependent on two great primaries. Dependent on faultless aggregates.and kamma-produced derived matter . arises kamma-produced dervied matter. . arises one great primary . . arises indeterminate . dependent on great primaries. (i) Dependent on faultless state. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 5 0 10 0 0 0 0 87. Dependent on faulty aggregates . (ii) Dependent on faulty state. arise two great primaries . arise three great primaries . arises mind-produced matter. . arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by not-object condition. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. temperature070000 produced. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . dependent on three great primaries.

arises mind-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant indeterminate or functional 020000 indeterminate aggregates. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. dependent on aggregates. dependent on two great primaries. arise three great prima050000 ries . arise two great . dependent on resultion 020000 indeterminate aggregates. arises one great primary .state by not-object condition. arises (heart-)base . dependent on three great primaries. arises kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception.

arises kamma-produced derived matter. dependent on three great primaries. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. . dependent on great primaries. (v) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. arise three great primaries . nutriment-produced. arises indeterminate state by not-object condition. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. (iv) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. arises mind-produced mattyer. dependent on great primaries. temperature0 15 0 0 0 0 produced. . arises mind-produced matter. arise two great primaries . arises indeterminate state by not-object condition. .primaries . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . dependent on two great primaries. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 9 . arises one great primary .

arises indeterminate state by not-predominance condition.0 18 0 0 0 0 88. (ii) Dependent on faultless state. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. (i) Dependent on faultless state. arise three aggregates . arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise on aggregate and mind-produced matter . -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 Dependent on one faulty aggregate. arises one aggregate . dependent on three aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arises faultless state by not-predominance condition. (3) (iv) Dependent on faulty state. arise two aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. Dependent on faultless aggregates. arise two aggregates. Dependent on one faultless aggregate. arises indeterminate state by not-predominance condition. (v) Dependent on faulty state. arise three aggregates . (iii) Dependent on faultless state. . arises mind-produced matter. dependent on three aggregates. arise faultless and indeterminate states by not-predominance condition. dependent on three aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises faulty state by notpredominance condition.

(3) (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. arise faulty and indeterminate states by not-predominance condition. dependent on three aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . (vi) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on three aggregates.Dependent on faulty aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arises indeterminate state by not-predominance condition. Dependent on one faulty aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant indeterminate of functional 050000 indeterminate aggregate. arise three aggregates and mindprodeuced matter . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter .

arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . dependent on (heart-)base. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arise three great prima050000 ries .temperature050000 produced. dependent on two great primearies. dependent on three great primaries.nutriment-produced.) At the moment of conception.dependent on one great primary of non-percipient . dependent on aggregates. . dependent on three aggregates. dependent on great primaries . arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. arises two great primaries . dependenct on one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. arises (heart-)base . arises one great primary . arise aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . . . . . .

beings. dependent on threee great primaries. arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by not-proximity condition. ( 1 ) (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. arise two great primaries . arises indeterminate state by not-predominance condition. dependent on great primaries. . Not-contiguity 5 070000 89. by not-contiguity condition. arises mind-produced matter. arise three great primaries .) . arises kamma-produced derived matter. dependent on two great primaries. ( 1 ) -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. arises indeterminat state by not-predominance condition. arises mind-produced matter. Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. (Not-proximity and not-contiguity conditions are also the same as not-object condition. . . arises one great primary . Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. . ( 1 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity 5. Dependent on faultless aggregates. Dependent on faultltess state.

Dependent on faulty aggregates. dependent on resultant 020000 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant indeterminate or functional 020000 indeterminate aggregates. arises indeterminate state by not-mutuality condition. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. arises mind-produced matter .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-mutuality 5 0 10 0 0 0 0 90. (i) Dependent on faultless state. arises mind-produced matter. arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by not-nutuality condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. Dependent on faultless aggregates. arises indeterminate state by not-mutuality condition. (ii) Dependent on faulty state.

Dependent of faultless aggregates and great primaries. dependent on termperature-produced great primaries. (v) Dependent on faulty and indeterminates state. arises kamma-produced derived matter. arises indeterminate state by not-nutuality condition. arises . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on external great primaries. arises kamma-produced matter . arises mind-produced matter. arises derived matter . dependent on nutriment-produced great primaries. arises derived matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on great primaries. arise mind-produced and 020000 kamma-produced derived matter .indeterminate aggregates. -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 (iv) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. dependent on great primaries of non-percipient beings. arises derived 050000 matter .

Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates . (ii) Dependent on faultless state. arises mind-produced matter. In the immaterial plane. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-strong-dependence 5 070000 91.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 7 0 22 0 0 0 0 92. arises one aggregate . . arises indeterminate state . dependent on three aggregates.indeterminate state by not-mutuality condition. (Not-strong-dependence condition is the same as not-object condition. . Dependent on faultless aggregates. arises indeterminate state by not-strong-dependence condition. arises mind-produced matter. . dependent on one faultless aggregate. arises faultless state by not-prenascence condition. Dependent on faultless state. arise two aggregates. (i) Dependent on faultless state.

by not-prenascence condition. dependent on three aggregates. dependent on three aggregates. Dependent on faultless aggregates. In the immaterial plane. dependent on one resultant 060000 indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregate. arises mind-produced matter. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. arises faulty state by notprenascence condition. arises indeterminate state. ( 2 ) (iii) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on one faulty aggregate. arise three aggregates . by not-prenascence condition. arises indeterminate state by not-prenascence condition. arise three aggregates . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) In the immaterial plane. arises one aggregate . . dependent on two aggregates. (iv) Dependent on faulty state. dependent on two aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. ( 2 ) (v) Dependent on indeterminate state. Dependent on faulty aggregates. arise two aggregates .

dependent on great primaries. dependent on three great primaries. arises (heart-)base . arise aggregates . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . dependent on one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. dependent on two great primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. ( . dependent on two aggregates. arises one great primary . dependent on three aggregates. arise three great prima050000 ries . arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . dependent on aggregates. dependent on (heart-)base. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . arise two great primaries. arises mind-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception.dependent on resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.

arises kamma-produced derived matter. . . . arises two great primaries. arises indeterminate state by not-prenascence condition.temperature0 15 0 0 0 0 produced. . . arises indeteminate state by not-prenascence condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. arises mind-produced matter. arises faultless state by notpsotnascence condition. arises one great primary . Dependent on faultless state. . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. arises mind-produced matter. nutriment-produced. ( 1 ) (vi) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. dependent on three great primaries. Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. (vii) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. Not-repetition 9 050000 93. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. dependent on great primaries. dependent on two great primaries. arises three great primaries . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 9.

arises faultless volition. Dependent on faultless aggregates. (i) Dependent on faultless state. arises faultless state by not repetition condition. . arises faulty state by notkamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on functional indeterminate aggregates. (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. Dependent on faulty aggregates. arises 020000 . arises indeterminate state by not-kamma condition. Dependent on faultless state. -8 1 2 040000 Dependent on on faultless aggregate. . . (Not-postnascence and not-repetition conditions are also the same as not-predomi nance condition. arises gaultless state by not-kamma condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 3 090000 94. arises faulty volition.Dependent on one faultltess aggregate. . (ii) Dependent on faulty state.

. arise two great primaries . arise one great primary . arises faulty state by not-resultant condition. (vii) Dependent on indeterminate state. . arises faultless state by not-resultant condition. . Dependent on one faultless aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . nutriment-produced. arises derived matter. arises indeterminate state by not-resultant condition. three. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resltant 9 080000 95. dependent on three great primaries.dependent on one 070000 temperature-produecd great primary. arise three great primaries . . . . (iv)-(vi) Dependent on faulty state. three. dependent on great primaries. .functional indeterminate volition . dependent on two great primaries. (i)-(iii) Dependent on faultless state. ( . .

nutriment-produced.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one functional indeterminate aggregate. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on three aggregates. . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . temperature0 13 0 0 0 0 . dependent on great primaries. . . dependent on two aggregates. arise three great prima030000 ries. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. 050000 arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises mind-produced derived matter .

arise three great primaries. . arises indeterminate state by not-resultant condition. arise three great primaries. . Dependent on faulty aggregates and great primaries. arises indeterminate state by not-resultant condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. arises mind-produced matter. arises mind-produced matter. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 1 080000 96. arises indeterminate state by not-nutriment condition. . . .produced. . . dependent on great primaries. temperature-produced. dependent on great primaries. arises kammaproduced derived matter. Dependent on faultless aggregates and great primaries. External. Dependent on indeterminate state. (viii) Dependent on faultless and indeterminate state. . arises kamma-produced derived matter. (ix) Dependent on faulty and indeterminate state. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. .

. -8 1 2 . dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. arises indeterminate state by not-jhaýna condition. nutriment-produced . arises physical life-faculty. arise two aggregates . arises derived matter . arises indeterminate state by not-faculty condition. . dependent on great primaries of non-percipient beings. dependent on two aggregates. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 1 030000 98.Not-faculty 1 090000 97. Dependent on indeterminate state. . dependent on three aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one five-consciousness-accompanied aggre030000 gate. . . External. arise three great primaries. dependent on great primaries. . Dependent on indeterminate state. arise three aggregates . arises one aggregate .

arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . . Dependent on indeterminate state. dependent on great primaries. . . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless resultant indeterminate or 050000 functional indeterminate aggregate. arises indeterminate state by not-path condition. temperature050000 produced. dependent on three aggregates.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. arises kamma-produced derived matter. arise three great primaries. arise . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 1 030000 99. nutriment-produced.

( . arise two great primaries . dependent on two aggregates . arises one great primary .one aggregate and mind-produced matter . dependent on (heart-)base. arises (heart-)base . arise aggregates . dependent on three great primaties . dependent on one 070000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. arise three great prima050000 ries . dependent on great primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. dependent on three aggregates arise one aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary . dependent on two aggregates. dependent on aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . dependent on two great primaries.

dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. temperature030000 produced. 220000 Not. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not -dissociation 3 020000 101.association 5 060000 100.(The same as not-object condition. . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. arise three great primaries. -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 In the immaterial plane. . arises faultless state by not-dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter. . dependent on great primaries. nutriment-produced. arises kamma-produced derived matter. . . (i) Dependent on faultless state. Dependent on faultless aggregates. . . . . by not-association condition. Dependent on faultless state. dependent on one faultless aggre- . arises indeterminate state.

arise two aggregates . dependent on three aggregates. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. . arises indeterminate state by not-dissociation condition. dependent on three aggregates. (ii) Dependent on faulty state. arise three aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . (iii) Dependent on indeterminate state. temperature- . arises faulty state by notdissociation condition. dependent on one resultant 040000 indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregate. nutriment-produced. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) In the immaterial plane. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates . arise three aggregates . . dependent on two aggregates. In the immaterial plane. arises one aggregate . .gate. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. . dependent on one faulty aggregate. dependent on three aggregates.

arise three great primaries. . . arises kamma-produced derived matter. . (Same as not-object condition. . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. dependent on great primaries. Dependent on faultless state. . .arises mind-produced matter. Not-disappearance 5 070000 102. Dependent on faultless aggregates . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Numbers 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 of Answers 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 010000 . arises indeterminate state by not-absence condition . .050000 produced. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence 5.) 2. by not-disappearance condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 070000 103. not-contiguity 1. not-postnascence 2. not-disappearance 5. not-nutriment 1. not-postnascence 9. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 080000 104. not-proximity 1. not-path 1. with not-object (there are ) 5 (answers). not-dissociation 3. not-absence 1. not-dissociation 2. notkamma 3. not-strong-dependence 1. not-predominance 9. not-contiguity 5. not-kamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-repetition 2. notdisappearance 1. With not-root (there are) 2 (answers) . not-absence 5. not-proximity 5. not-association 1. not-path 1. not-nutriment 1. not-repetition 9. not-strong-dependence 5. not-predominance 2. not-mutuality 5. not-resultant 9. not-association 5. . With not-root condition and not-object (there is) 1 (answer). not-prenascence 2. not-resultant 2. not-prenascence 7. not-mutuality 1. not-faculty 1. not-faculty 1. not-jhaýna 1.

. not-jhaýna. not-tepetition 1. not-strong-dependence. not-strong-dependence 1. not-predominance. not-contiguity 1. not-dissociation 1. not-dissociation. . not-path. not-nutriment. not-postnascence. notpath 1. not-kamma 1. not-disappearance 1. not-absence conditions and not-doisappearance (there is) 1 (answer). . not-nutriment 1. not-proximity. not-object condition and not-predominance (there is) 1 (answer). not-postnascence 1.210000 By Threes 080000 105. not-prenascence 1. not-proximity 1. not-mutuality. not-jhaýna 1. With not-root. not-contiguity. not-kamma. 210000 By Twenty 080000 106. not-repetition. With not-root. not-faculty. not-association 1. not-resultant. notresultant 1. not-prenascence. not-fauclty 1. moy-absence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-association. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object . no-object.

not-mutuality 5. not-proximity 5. not-resultant 5. . not-prenascence 5. . not-disappearance 5. not-repetition 5. not-strong-dependence 5. . 210000 By Fours 020000 108. not-disappearance 1. not-kamma 1. . not-assocaition 5. With not-object condition and not-root (there is) 1 (answers). not.210000 By Twos 080000 107. . . With not-object. not-predominance conditions -8 1 2 030000 and not-proximity (there Is) 1 (answer) . not-root. not-absence 5. not-dissociation 1. not-jhaýna 1. . not-nutriment 1. . not-faculty 1. not-absence 1. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 080000 . not-postnascence 5.path 1. not-contiguity 5. not-predominance 5.

. 210000 By Fours 050000 111. notdisappearance 1. not-root condition and notobject (there is) 1 (answer). no-object 5. (All are 1). not-storng-dependence 1. not-dependence 5. not-mutuality 1. not-resultant 2. not -root. . not-repetition 9. not-contiguity 5. . not jhaýna 1. 210000 By Threes 080000 110. not-disappearance 1. not-absence 5. not-repetition 2. not-nutriment 1. With not-predominance. not-fauclty 1. . not-kamma 3. not-faculty 1. not-prenascence 2. . . not-object conditions and not-proximity (there is) 1(answer). notdissociation 1. not-path 1. not.resultant 9. not-postnascence 9. not-dissociation 2. not-contiguity 1. not-mutuality 5. With not-predominance . not absence 1. not-jhaýna 1. . not-nutrioment 1. not-postnascence 2. not-prenascence 7. not-path 1. not-proximity 1.109. not-association 1. not-proximity 5. not-dissociation 3. notdisappearance 5. not-kamma 1. not-absence 1. not-association 5. With not-predominance condition and not-root (there are) 2 (answers). .

not-postnascence 7. with notstrong-dependence condition. not-mutuality 5. With not-prenascence condition and not-root (there are) 2 (answers). With not-proximity condition . 210000 . not-favulty 1. . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 5. with not-contiguity condition. . -8 1 2 030000 not-association 5. . not-repetition 7. . not-proximity 5. not-object 5.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 050000 113. . not-disappearance 5. . not-dissociation 3. 050000 112. not-path 1. not-strong-dependence 5. etc. not-predominance 7. not-contiguity 5. . not kamma 3. not-nutriment 1. (Same as not-object condition. not-resultant 7. with not-nutuality condition.

not-root. not-disappearance 1. . not-object 5. .resultant 2. not-nutriment 1. (All are 1). With not-prenascence.By Threes 080000 114. . not-repetition 2. 210000 By Fours 050000 115. notdisappearance 1. not-path 1. . Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 080000 116. with not-repetition condition and not-root (there are) 2 (answers). not-association 1. not-predominance 2. . not-facuity 1. With not-postnascence condition . not-contiguity 1. not-dissociation 2.. not-object condition and not-predominance (there is) 1 (answer). not-mutuality 1. . not-proximity 1. not absence 1. not-proximity 1. not. . not-jhaýna 1. With not-prenascence. not-absence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-postnascence 2. not-kamma 1. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. not-root condition and not-object (there is) 1 (answer).

With not-repetition. not-postnascence 9. not-disappearance 1. not-root. not-contiguity 1. not-contiguity 5. not-postnascence 2. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1. not-prenascence 2. With not-repetition. not-prenascence 7. 210000 By Threes 080000 117. not-proximity 5. not-strong-dependence 1. not-association 1. nottesultant 2. not-path 1. not-root conditions and not-object (there is) 21 (answer). not-mutriment 1. not-object conditions and not-predominance (there is) 1 (answer). . not-absence 5. not-nutriment 1.not-predominance 9. not-kamma 3. not-association 5. not-resultant 9. not-proximity 1 . not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 2. . (All are 1). not-mutuality 1. not-kamma 1. not-proximity 1. notmutuality 5. 210000 By Fours 030000 118. . not-disappearance 5. -8 1 2 220000 Not-kamma . . . not-strong-dependence 5. not -absence 1. not-predominance 2. . not-faculty 1. . not-faculty 1. notpath 1.

With not-kamma. (answer). not-predominance 1. not-predominance 9. 210000 By Threes 050000 120. not-prenascence 3. not-proximity 1. With not-kamma condition and not-root (there is ) 1. . not-postnascence 3. not-object 1. not-association 1. not-disappearance 1. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 080000 121. not-proximity 5.By Twos 080000 119. (All are 1). notabsence 1. not-disappearance 1. . not-dissociation 3. not-root conditions and not-object (there is) 1 (answer). not-predominance 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-faculity 1. With not-resultant condition and not-root (there are ) 2 (answers). not-object 5. . not-contiguity 1. . . . notpath 1. not-absence 1. not-repetition 3. . not-strong-dependence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-nutriment 1. notresultant 3.

not-postnascence 2. not-absence 1. not-root conditions and not-object (there is ) 1 (answer). not-faculty 1. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 5. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 3. . not-disappearance 1. not-object conditions and not-predominance (there is) 1 (answer) . not-association 5. not-predominance 2. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 5. . not-dissociation 2. not-kamma 3. not-repetition 9. not-mutuality 5. . not-faculty 1. 210000 By Fours 030000 123. notprenascence 2. not-mutuality 1. notdisappearance 1.not-contiguity 5. not-nutriment 1. With not-resultant. not-postnascence 9. not-kamma 1. not-association 1. not-prenascence 7. (All are 1). not-path 1. . 010000 -8 1 2 . not-strong-dependence 5. not-root. not-proximity 1. not-path 1. . not-strong-dependence 1. With not-resultant. . 210000 By Threes 080000 122. notcontiguity 1. not-repetition 2. . not -jhaýna 1.

With not-association condition and not-root (there is) 1 (answer). etc. . . (same as not-object condition). . not-object 5. not-disappearance 5. 210000 By Twos 060000 124. . . . . . . . . not-disappearance 1. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not -dissociation 210000 By Twos . . (All are 1). . not-absence 1. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 210000 By Twos 050000 125. . with not-path condition and not-root (there is) 1 (answer).2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment. with not-jhaýna condition . With not-nutriment condition. with not-faculty condition . . .

not-prenascence 2. notdisappearance 1. . not-path 1. not-contiguity 1. . not-resultant 3. not-association 1. not-mutuality 1. not-object 1. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1. With not-dissociation. With not-dissociation condition and not-root (there are ) 2 (answers). 210000 By Threes 080000 127. notkamma 3. not-proximity 1. not-proximity 1. notkamma 1. not-repetition 2. not-mutuality . not-repetition 3. not-faculty 1. notjhaýna 1. not-postnascence 3. not-nutriment1. not-absence 1. . not=postnascence 2. not-predominance 3. not-root. 210000 By Fours 030000 128. not-proximity 1. not-nutriment 1. not-predominance 2. not-association 1. not-root conditions and not-object (there is ) 1 (answer). not-resultant 2. With not-dissociation.080000 126. not-strong-dependence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-faculty 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-object conditions and not-predominance (there is) 1 (answer). not-path 1. not-prenascence 3.

not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 1. Not-disappearance 210000 By Twos 080000 129.disappearance 1. . not-predominance 1. not-proximity 5. (All are the same aqs not-object condition.) End of Negative.(All are 1). . not-association 5. not-absence 5. not-root condition and notobject (there is) 1 (anserr). not-path 1. with not-disappearance. notpredominance 5. not-faculty 1. . . . nor-absence 1. not-dissocaition 1. not-object 5. 210000 By Threes 070000 130. notmutuality 5. not. . with not-disappearance condition and not-root (there is) 1 (answer). . 3. With not-absence condition. . not-dissociation 1. not-resultant 5. not-postnascence 5. not-contiguity 5. . (All are 1) . . . not-repetition 5. . . not-absence 1. not-mutriment 1. not-prenascence 5. . not-strong-dependence 5. CONDITION : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE . -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence.

. not-prenascence 7. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 040000 132. notprenascence 3. not-proximity 5. not-contiguity 5. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 9. With root. not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. (with root condition. With root and object conditions.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 131. not-postancence 3. (answers). not-resultant 9. not-repetition 3. not-predominance 3 (answers). not-object (there are ) 5 (answers). 210000 By Fours 040000 133. not-association 5. not-absence 5. notkamma 3.) not-predominance 9. not-prenascence 3. not-strong-dependence 5. not-disapearance 5. not-resultant 3. With root condition. not-repetition 9. object and predominance conditions. not-mutuality 5. not-dissociation 3.

predominance. . 210000 By Twenty-threes 050000 136. With root. prenascence. . dependence. presence. notrepetition 3. 210000 By Elevens 020000 134. contiguity. repetition. association. not-kamma 3. with root. . not-postnascence 3 (answers). not-resultant 3. prenascence and repetition conditions. proximity. disappearance and non-disappearance conditions. object. jhaýna path. mutriment. strong-dependence and-8 1 2 030000 prenascence conditions. With root. kamma. not-postnascence 3 (answers. mutulity. . not-postnascence 3 (answers). absence. not-resultant 3. dissociation. conascence. . not-kamma 3.not-kamma 3. faculty. not-dissociation 3. 210000 By Twelves (with repetition) 040000 135. object. . not-resultant 3. object. not-resultant 3. . .

presence.210000 By Thirteens (with resultant) 030000 137. . not-postnascence 3. absence. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 By Twos 050000 139. not-kamma 3. . faculty. not-postnascence 1 (answer). not-repetition 3. object. . not-root 2. 210000 By twenty-threes 060000 138. association. With root. prenascence. not-resultant 3. . not-predominance 3. path. not-path 1. . (answers. With root. kamma. . With object condition. disappearance and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 3. dissociation. not-prenascence 3. kamma and resultant conditions. . . resultant. jhaýna. not-postnascence 1 (answer). mor-repetition 1. object. prenascence. not-repetition 1. nutriment.

not-repetition 9. not-kamma 3. . . 210000 By Fours 050000 . (Expand in the same was as root condition. not-contiguity 5. not-proximity 5.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 By Twos 020000 141. not-mutuality 5. not-strong-dependence 5. . not-postnascence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-resultant 9. With predominance condition. -8 1 2 040000 not-prenascence 7.210000 By Threes 060000 140. notkamma 3. not-dissociation 3. not-absence 5. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 9. not-predominance 3 (answers). not-association 5. With object and root conditions. not-object 5. not-disappearance 5. not-resultant 3. not-dissociation 3.

not-strong-dependence 5. not-proximity 5. not-prenascence 7. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 5. not-postnascence 9. not-faculty 1. not-repetition 9. With predominance. not-postnascence 3. not -jhaýna 1. root and object conditions.142. . not-contiguity 5. not-kamma 3. not-resultant 3. not-dissociation 3. Contiguity 210000 By Twos 040000 (Proximity and contiguity conditions should be expanded in the same way as object condition. not-kamma 3. not path 1. not-predominance 9. not-dissociation 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity. . not-object 5. not-resultant 9. notmutuality 5. not-root 2. not-repetition 3. not-association 5. . With conascence condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 210000 By Twos 080000 143. not-disap- . notprenascence 3.

not-absence 5.pearance 5. not-repetition 9. not-kamma 3. not-strong-dependence 5. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 070000 144. not-postnascence 9. not-predominance 4. not-resultant 9. not-disappearance 5. 210000 By Fours 040000 145. (Expand in the same way as root condition) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 210000 By Twos . not-object 5. With conascence. notrepetition 3. With conascence and root conditions. not-prenascence 7. not-dissociation 3. root and object conditions. not-dissociation 3. not-resultant 3. not-association 5. not-postnascence 3. notmutuality 5. not-proximity 5. not-contiguity 5. not-prenascence 3. notpredominance 9.

not-dissociation 3. not-strongdependence 1. not-path 1. not-kamma 3. With mutuality condition. not-prenascence 3. not-nutriment 1. With mutuality. notpredominance 3. not-contiguity 1. not-postnascence 3. not-object 1. not-postnascence 3. not-repetition 3. notdissociation 3. notrepetition 3. 210000 By fours 060000 148. not-dissociation 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 147. not-resultant 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-resultant 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-association 1. not-contiguity 1. not-prenascence 3. not-object 1. notrepetition 3. not-disappearance 1. With mutuality and root conditions. not-root 2. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. notpredominance 3. not-prenascence 3. not-disappearance 1. not-predominance 3. not-absence 1.) . not-absence 1. not-kamma 3. root and object conditions. not-strongdependence 1. not-postnascence 3.070000 146. not-proximity 1. not-association 1. not-resultant 3. not-kamma 3.

not-object 5. Strong-dependence 210000 By Twos 050000 149. not-kamma 3. not- . not--postnascence 3. With dependence condition. . not-repetition 3. . With prenascence and root conditions.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence. not-predominance 3. Strongdependence condition is the same as object. not-repetition 3. . (Dependence condition is the same as conascence.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 210000 By Twos 040000 150. notresultant 3. not-predominance 3. not-root 2. not-root 2. 210000 By Threes 040000 151. With prenascence condition. not jhaýna 1. not-path 1. not-kamma 3. not-postnascence 3.

not-root 2. With repetition condition. not-postnascence 3. . . not-prescence 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 . not-predominance 3. not-dissociation 3. notresultant 3.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos 040000 152. not-prenascence 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-kamma 3. not-kamma 3. not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition. . not-path 1. . With repetition and root conditions. notresultant 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 153. .resultant 3. . not-predominance 3.

notdissociation 3. not-prenascence 7. not-association 5. 210000 By Threes 060000 155. not-predominance 3. With kamma. not-nutriment 1.) . not-faculty 1. not-repetition 3. not-contiguity 5. notpredominance 9. not-resultant 3.By Twos 070000 154. not-postnascence 3. not-absence 5. not-repetition 9. not-association 5. not-proximity 5. not-dissociation 3. not-object 5. not-prenascence 3. notpostnascence 9. notmutuality 5. not-disappearance 5. not-strong-dependence 5. not-resultant 9. (Expand in the same way as root condition. With kamma and root conditions. not-postnascence 9. not-disappearance 5. not-absence 5. not-root 2. . With kamma condition. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 5. not-path 1. not-object 5. not-predominance 9. not-prenascence 7. not-resultant 9. root and object conditions. . not-strong-dependence 5. not-proximity 5. 210000 By Fours 060000 156. not-jhaýna 1. not-contiguity 5. not-repetition 9. .

not-association 1. notdisappearance 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. notpredominance 1. not-repetition 1. notmutuality 1. With resultant condition. not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-dissociation 1. 210000 . not-jhaýna 1. With tesultant and root conditions. not-prenascence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-path 1. not-association 1. not-proximity 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 020000 157. not-absence 1. not-proximity 1. not-object 1. not-absence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-object 1. notdissociation 1. not-root 1. notpredominance 1. notpostnascence 1. not--8 1 2 050000 mutuality 1. not-disappearance 1. not-prenascence 1. 210000 By Threes 060000 158.

object. 210000 By fives 040000 160. With resultant. jhaýna. object and predominance conditions. . prenascence. mutuality. absence. predominance. association. presence. With resultant. root and object conditions. root. disappearance and non-disappearance conditions. . path.By Fours 040000 159. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. With resultant. contiguity. notdissociation 1. nutriment. not-prenascence 1. dependence. proximity. strong-dependence. . faculty. not-repetition 1.not-repetition 1. not-postnascence 1. not-posrnascence 1. kamma. not-repetition 1. root. 210000 By Twenty-threes 080000 161. not-dissociation 1. conascence. dissociation. not-predominance 1. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .

not-disappearance 5. not-strong-dependence 5. not-predomi- . notpredominance 9. not-object 5. not-absence 5. not-dissociation 3. With nutriment. not-repetition 9. not-postnascence 9. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Fours 060000 164. not-proximity 5. not-proximity 5. not-disappearance 5. not-path 1.Nutriment 210000 By Twos 070000 162. not-root 2. not-postnascence 9. root and object conditions. not-absence 5. notresultant 9. not association 5. With nutriment and root conditions. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 070000 163. not-jhaýna 1. not-association 5. notmutuality 5. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 7. not-object 5. not-strong-dependence 5. notmutuality 5. not-resultant 9. not-repetition 9. With nutriment condition. notpredominance 9. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 5. not-contiguity 5. not-faculty 1. not-dissociation 3.

not-prenascence 7.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 By Twos 080000 165. With faculty and root conditions. not-resultant 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 166. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 5. . not-object 5. not-repetition 9. not-postnascence 9. not-kamma 3. notassocation 5. (Expand in the same way as root condition. notresultant 9. not-predominance 9. not-strong-dependence 5. not-contiguity 5. not-strong-dependence 5. notmutuality 5. not-disappearance 5. not-dissociation 3. not-resultant 9. not-absence 5. not-proximity 5. not-path 1. not-posnascence 9. With faculty condition. not-root 2. not-associa- . not-jhaýna 1. . not-kamma 3. not-nutriment 1. not-object 5.nance 3. proximity 5. notpredominance 9. not-dissociation 3. not-repetition 9. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. not-postnascence 3. not-repetition 3. not-mutuality 5. .

tion 5. not-absence 5. not-strong-dependence 5. not-dissociation 3. not-disappearance 5. not. not-repetition 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-kamma 3. not-kamma 3. 210000 . not-proximity 5. not-resultant 3. not-path 1. not-dissociation 3. not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 9. With jhaýna condition.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 210000 By Twos 070000 168. not-disappearance 5. not-dissociation 3. . not-absence 5. not-object 5. 210000 By Fours 040000 167. not-repetition 9. not-prenascence 3. root and object conditions.association 5. not-root 2. With faculty. notmutuality 5. . not-predominance 3. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 5. . notresultant 9. notpredominance 9.

not-kamma 3. not-proximity 5.By Threes 060000 169. not-root 1. With path condition. not-strong-dependece 5. not-object 5. not-association 5. not-mutuality 5. 210000 By Fours 060000 170. not-repetition 9. not-postnascence 9. not-contiguity 5. not-proximity 5. not-resultant 3. not-absence 5. . not-dissociation 3. not-prenascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-object 5. not-predominance 9. With jhaýna. (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-disappearance 5. not-postnascence 3. . not-dissociation 3. not-predominance 9. not-prenascence 7. not-strong-dependence 5. not-resultant 9. not-postnascence . not-kamma 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 By Twos 060000 171. not-prenascence 7. not-repetition 3. . With jhaýna and root conditions. root and object conditions. not-contiguity 5. not-mutuality 5.

not-resultant 9. not-strong-dependence 5. not-contiguity 5. root and object conditions. not-dissociation 3. With path and root conditions. not-prenascence 3. not-dissociation 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association . 210000 By Fours 020000 173. 210000 By Threes 060000 172. not-resultant 9. . not-repetition 9.9. not-association 5. not-absence 5. not-disappearance 5. not-object 5. not-predominance N-8 1 2 050000 3. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 5. not-kamma 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-dissociation 3. not-association 5. . not-absence 5. not-disappearance 5. not-postnascence 9. not-kamma 3. not-resultant 3. . not-predominance 9. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 3. With path. not-kamma 3. not-repetition 9. not-mutuality 5.

not-postnascence 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 175. not-proximity 5. not-kamma 3. . not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. notkamma 3. not-root 2. With association and root conditions. not-path 1. With association condition. not-repetition 3. not-prenascence 3. not mutuality 5. not-strong-dependence 5. . notdissociation 3. not-resultant 3. not-resultant 3. not-object 5. With dissociation condition. not-repetition 3.210000 By Twos 050000 174. not-contiguity 5. not-root 2. not-prenascence 5. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 210000 By Twos 070000 176. not- . (expand in the same way as root condition. not-predominance 3. not-predominance 9. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 3. not-prenascence 3.

-8 1 2 210000 By Fives 040000 179. not-path 1. not-prenascence 1. not-disappearance 5. . not-resultant 3. not-prenascence 5. not-repetition 3. not-repetition 9. not-postnascence 3. With dissociation. mot-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 177. . not-association 5. not-kamma 3. not-resultant 3. root and object conditions. not-resultant 9. notmutuality 5. With dissociation and root conditions. . not-proximity 5. not-contiguity 5.postnascence 9. 210000 By Fours 030000 178. not-strong-dependence 5. not-resultant 9. . not-predominance 3. notrepetition 3. not-object 5. With dissociation. not-kamma 3. root-. not-absence 5. notpredominance 9. not-postnascence 3. notpostnascence 9. not-repetition 9. not-kamma 3. notdisappearance 5. not-association 5. object and predominance conditions. not-absence 5.

contiguity. root. . kamma and resultant conditions. prenascence. and non-disappearance conditions. . nutriment. 210000 By Twenty-three (with repetition) 040000 181. proximity. . mutuality. With dissociation. . not-kamma 3. not-postnascence 3. not-resultant 3. . 210000 By Twenty-threes 050000 . not-repetition 1 . With dissociation.root. . root. . . not-resultant 3. . conascence. . dependence. predominance. . With dissociation. 210000 By Fourteens (with resultant) 030000 182.210000 By Twelves 050000 180. object. not-postnascence 3. . not-postnascence 1. repetition. strong-dependence and prenascence conditions. kamma. notrepetition 3. prenascence.

not-strong-dependence 5. notpredominance 9. not-strong-dependence 5. . With presence and root conditions.183. notpredominance 9. not-contiguity 5. not-prenascence 7. kamma . not-postnascence 9. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 210000 By Twos 080000 184. -8 1 2 040000 . . not-dissociation 3. notpostnascence 1. With dissociation. not-object 5. not-kamma 3. not--nutriment 1. . not-absence 5. nutriment. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 5. not-repetition 1. and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 5. not-association 5. not-contiguity 5. not-repetition 9. With presence condition. not-jhaýna 1. prenascence. 210000 By Threes 030000 185. not-proximity 5. not-prenascence 7. . not-disappearance 5. notmutuality 5.resultant. root. not-path 1. not-resultant 9. not-root 2. notmutuality 5.

with disappearance condition. . (Expand in the same way as root condition. not-kamma 3. .) . notresultant 9. root and object conditions. not-predominance 3. not-repetition 9. . . not-repetition 3. . not-dissociation 3. not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3 . not-association 5. not-dissociation 3 . . not-resultant 3. not-postnascence 3. not-kamma 3. With absence condition. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. not-root 2.not-postnascence 9. (Expand in the same way as object condition. not-resultant 3. not-prenasence 3. not-disappearance 5. not-path 1. With presence. 210000 By Fours 060000 186. Disappearance 210000 By Twos 070000 187. not-repetition 3. not-absence 5. notjhaýna 1. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence. not-predominance 3.

not-object 5. notmutuality 5. not-repetition 9. . not mutuality 5.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 080000 188. not-disappearance 5 . not-prenascence 7. not-object 5. With non-disappearance and root conditions. not-root 2. not-contiguity 5. not-postnascence 9. not-disappaerance 5. not-faculty 1. not-absence 5. not-strong-dependence 5. not-resultant 9. not-dissociation 3. not-predominance 9. not-proximity 5. . not-kamma 3. not-proximity 5. not-resultant 9. With non-disappearance condition. not-predominance 9. -8 1 2 . not-association 5. notpostnascence 9. not-contiguity 5. not-prenascence 7. . not-strong-dependence 5. not-absence 5. not-nutriment 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-path 1. not-repetition 9. 210000 By Threes 080000 189. notassociation 5.) End of Positive-Negative Enumeration. not-kamma 3. not-dissociation 3. (Expand in the same way as root condition .

conascence 1. With not-root conditions. presence 1.. dependence 2. non-disappearance 1. not-predominance. dissociation 1. mutuality 1. jhaýna 1. resultant 1. disappearance 2. jhaýna 2. kamma 1. conascence 2. absence 2. resultant 1. nutriment 2. prenascence 2. path 1. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 050000 190. With not-root and not-object conditions. dissociation 2.020000 4. faculty 1. kamma 2. proximity 2. nutriment 1. Witn not-root. presence 2. contiguity 2. 210000 By Sevens 060000 192. association 2. not-proxi- . 210000 By Threes 050000 191.. strong-dependence 2.. non-disappearance 2. mutuality 2. repetition 2. object 2. dependence 1. not-object. faculty 2.

there are five questions. conascence 1. . not-proximity. conascence 1. With not-root. 210000 By Fourteens 050000 194. not-prenascence. (Up to repetition all are the same. not-resultant and not-nutriment conditions. dependence 1. not-proximity. not-postnascence. presence 1. not-postnascence. not-strong-dependence. not-mutuality. not-mutuality. not-strong-dependence. . kamma 1. . With not-root. jhaýna 1. not-prenascence. . not-contiguity. .) With not-root. . . not-repetition. . not-object. 210000 By Tens 090000 193. not-contiguity. faculty 1. not-contiguity and not-mutuality conditions. not-repetition. presence 1. conascence 1. . dissociation 1. non-disappearance 1 (All are 1). presence 1. nutriment 1. nutriment 1. . non-disappearance 1 . non-disappearance 1 . dependence 1. -8 1 2 . . resultant 1. When not-kamma is considered. not-object. not-repetition and not-kammaconditions. not-kamma. not-predominance. not-predominance. not-object.mity. dependence 1.

not-jhaýna. predominance 5. resultant 1. dependence 5. not-object. faculty 5. presence 1. not-resultant. not-association. not-predominance. dissociation 5. not-faculty. not -kamma. not-prenascence. nutriment 5. not-nutriment. non-disappearance 1. path 5. presence 5. jhaýna 5. not-strong-dependence. root 5. With not-object condition. conascence 1. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos 050000 196.210000 By Twenty-ones 090000 195. not-mutuality. mutuality 1. non-disappearance 5. not-dissociation. dependence 1. not-proximity. not-repetition. Witn not-root. 210000 By Threes 070000 . not-postnascence. not-path. not-contiguity. conascence 5. kamma 5. not-absence and not-disappearance conditions.

faculty 9. With not-predominance and not-root conditions. mutuality 2. strong-dependence 2. repetition 3. . mutuality 1. path 9. contiguity 3. with not-predominance condition.197. strong-dependence 3. presence 9. . proximity 3. dependence 2. disappearance 3. mutuality 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 070000 198. conascence 2. faculty 1. dissociation 1. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. object 3. object 2. association 3. 210000 By Threes 070000 199. repetition 2. non-disappearance 1. dependece 1. jhaýna 9. conascence 1. resultant 1. nutriment 1... dissociation 9. conascence 9. kamma 9. root 9. nutriment 9. prenascence 2. presence 1. proximity 2. prenascence 3. dependence 9. Witn not-object and not-root conditions. resultant 1. kamma 1. absence 3. nondisappearance 9. contiguity 2. jhaýna 1.

. dissociation 1. With not-proximity condition . . nutriment 5. path 5. mutuality 1. dissociation 2. (Abbreviated. with not-mutuality condition. conascence 5. . 210000 By Twos 070000 201. dependence 1. presence 5. . presence 2. dependence 5. predominance 5. disappearance 2. root 5. absence 2. dissociation 5. with notstrong-dependence condition. with not-contiguity condition. nutriment 1. kamma 1. etc. resultant 1. non-disappearance 2. . presence 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 060000 200.kamma 2. faculty 2. non-disappearance 5. kamma 5.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. mutuality 1. faculty 1. . . jhaýna 2. . non-disappearance 1. jhaýna 5. resultant 1. not-root and not-object conditions. . With not-predominance. association 2. nutriment 2. jhaýna 1. path 1. conascence 1. resultant 1. faculty 5. .

(Abbreviated. path 7. With not-prenascence condition. conascence 7. mutuality 1. dissociation 1. repetition 3. kamma 7. jhaýna 7. faculty 7. root 7. strong-dependence 3. presence 1. mutuality 3. nondisappearance 7. conascence 1. . non-disappearance 1. contiguity 3. predominance 7. With not-strong-dependence and not-root conditions. presence 7. absence 3. . kamma 1. object 3. object 2. With not-prenascence and not-root conditions.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 070000 203. nutriment 7. disappearance 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 204. resultant 1. nutriment 1. proximity 3. . dependence 1. .210000 By Threes 060000 202. dissociation 5. dependence 7. faculty 1. association 3. jhaýna 1. resultant 1.

prenascence 3. dependence 2. repetition 3. predominance 9. kamma 9. With not-postnascence condition. path 9 association 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 210000 By Twos 070000 206. disappearance 2. sependence 1. proximity 3.proximity 2. resultant 1. With not-prenascence. mutuality 3. dissociation 9. (Abberviated. repetition 1. strong-dependence 2. jhaýna 1. object 3. jhaýna 9. non-disappearance 1. non-disappearance 2. non-disappearance 9. dissociation 1. contiguity 2. root 9. nutriment 1. absence 2. kamma 1. mutuality 2. path 1. . presence 2. contiguity 3. association 2. kamma 2. nutriment 9. faculty 9. dependence 9. . resultant 1. not-root and not-object conditions. . faculty 2. mutuality 1. presence 1. dissociation 1. conascence 2. jhaýna 2. conasence 1. absence 3. strong-dependence 3. disappearance 3. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 060000 205. .presence 9. nutriment 2. faculty 1. resultant 1. conascence 9.

dissociation 1. faculty 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 060000 . prenascence 2. jhaýna 1.210000 By Threes 070000 207. proximity 2. mutuality 1. jhaýna 2. 210000 By Fours 060000 208. resultant 1. kamma 1. association 2. dissociation 2. path 1. With not-postnascence and not-root conditions. dependence 1. . non-disappearance 1 . presence 2. repetition 2. non-disappearance 2. nutriment 2. nutriment 1. conascence 2. conascence 1. With not-postnascence. strong-dependence 2. mutuality 2. . disap pearance 2. resultant 1. dependence 2. kamma 2. . absence 2. contiguity 2.(Abbreviated. not-root and not-object conditions. presence 1. faculty 1. object 2.

conascence 1. dissociation 9. association 3. resultant 1. kamma 2.209. dissociation 2. presence 2. association 2. conascence 9. faculty 1. resultant 1. kamma 1. contiguity 3. 210000 By Threes 070000 210. faculty 2. absence 2 disappearance 2. dependence 1. presence 1. strong-dependence 3. root 9. With not-repetition. nutriment 2. path 9. presence 9. conascence 2. jhaýna 2. nondisappearance 9. . dissociation 1. kamma 9.strong-dependence 2. resultant 1. path 1. dependence 9. prenascence 3. non-disappearance 1. jhaýna 1. nutriment 9.) . dependence 2. prenascence 2. mutuality 3. object 3. mutuality 1. mutuality 2. nutriment 1. contiguity 2. object 2. With not-repetition and not-root conditions. not-root and not-object conditions. disappearance 3. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 060000 211. nondisappearance 2. proximity 2. proximity 3. . predominance 9. With not-repetition condition. absence 3. jhaýna 9. faculty 9. (Abbreviated. .

conascence 3. disappearance 1. . jhaýna 3. jhaýna 1. prenascence 1. contiguity 1. path 3. faculty 3. presence 3.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 210000 By Twos 070000 212. object 1. 210000 By Fours 050000 214. dependence 1. predominance 3. prenascence 3. presence 1. nutriment 1. not-root and not-object conditions. absence 1. repetition 1. strong-dependence 3. association 1. With not-kamma condition. 210000 By Threes 060000 213. contiguity 3. With not-kamma. disappearance 3. non-disappearance 3. With not-kamma and not-root coditions. strong-dependence 1. absence 3. dissociation 1. proximity 3. association 3. dependence 3. mutuality 1. object 3. dissociation 3. repetition 3. faculty 1. nutriment 3. conascence 1. root 3. mutuality 3. non-disappearance 1. proximity 1.

object 3. association 2. . kamma 2. non-disappearance 1 . absence 2. jhaýna 2. With not-resultant condition. presence 1. dissociation 2. absence 3.conascence 1. contiguity 3. predominance 9. prenascence 2. contiguity 2. repetition 3. mutuality 1. mutuality 2. (Abbreviated. kamma 9. -8 1 2 050000 dependence 9. nutriment 2. jhaýna 9. . faculty 2. 210000 By Threes 070000 216. disappearance 2. repetition 2. conascence 2. promimity 2. mutuality 3. association 3. presence 2. strong-dependence 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 020000 215. disappearance 3. conascence 9. object 2. nutriment 9. With not-resultant and not-root conditions. . strong-dependence 3. dependence 1. path 1. dissociation 9. nutriment 1. prenascence 3. faculty 9. path 9. non-disappearance 9. root 9. dependence 2. proximity 3. non- . presence 9.

With not-nutriment condition. (Abbreviated. dependence 1. presence 1. jhaýna 1. mutuality 1. non-disappearance 1. . kamma 1. With not-resultant. .disappearance 2. nutriment 1. dissociation 1. faculty 1. (abbreviated. conascence 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 210000 By Twos . . non-disappearance 1 . conascence 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 210000 By Twos 050000 218. mutuallity 1. 210000 By Fours 060000 217. . . . not-root and not-object conditions. presence 1. kamma 1. faculty 1. dependence 1.

non-disappearance 1 . . nutriment 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 210000 By Twos 060000 220. dependence 1. presence 1. object 1. . dependence 1. disappearance 1. .050000 219. kamma 1. . strong-dependence 1. contiguity 1. resultant 1. With not-jhaýna condition. mutuality 1. (Abbreviated. dissociation 1. With not-faculty condition. object 1. (Abbreviated. faculty 1. . proxi- . . presence 1. association 1. nutriment 1.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Threes 070000 221. prenascence 1. mutuality 1. conascence 1. absence 1. proximity 1. kamma 1. conascence 1. With not-path and not-root conditions. non-disappearance 1 .

(Abbreviated. presence 1. strong-dependence 1. dissociation 5. mutuality 1. dependence 5. . prenascence 1. presence 5. resultant 1. nutriment 1. faculty 1. faculty 5. 210000 By Fours 060000 222. disappearance 1. kamma 1. nondisappearance 1. conascence 1. . nutriment 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not. conascence 5.mity 1. path 5. mutuality 1. contiguity 1. root 5. non-disappearance 1.association 210000 By Twos 050000 223. dissociation 1. repetition 1. faculty 1. . non-disappearance 5. kamma 5. absence 1. not-root and not-object conditions. nutriment 5. dependence 1 kamma 1. conascence 1. presence 1. jhaýna 1. association 1. mutuality 1. jhaýna 1. With not-association condition. jhaýna 5. With not-path. resultant 1. dependence 1. predominance 5. resultant 1. dissociation 1.

210000 By Threes 030000 226. depen- . (Abbreviated. dependence 3. repetition 3.210000 By threes 060000 224. proximity 3. object 3. resultant 1. absence 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 060000 225. dissociation 1. With not-association and not-root conditions. faculty 3. root 3. contiguity 3. conascence 1. presence 3. path 3. non-disappearance 3. proximity 2. With not-dissociation condition. . contiguity 2. predomiance 3. object 2. presence 1. kamma 1. resultant 1. With not-dissociation and not-root conditions. faculty 1. mutuality 3. kamma 3. nutriment 3. conascence 3. mutuality 2. association 3. mutuality 1. dependence 1. disappearance 3. conascence 2. nutriment 1. . jhaýna 1. jhaýna 3. . strong-dependence 3. non-disappearance 1 .

Not-disappearance 210000 By Twos 050000 228. path 1. nutriment 5. With not.(Abbviated. strong-dependence 2. not-root and not-object conditions. . jhaýna 2. non-disappearance 1.dence 2. nutriment-8 1 2 030000 2. kamma 5. mutuality 1. faculty 5. 210000 By Threes .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence. path 5. with not-disappearance condition. disappearance 2. 210000 By Fours 050000 227. association 2. With not-absence condition . dissociation 5. mutuality 1. faculty. nutriment 1. dependence 1. predominance 5. presence 2. kamma 1. root 5. absence 2. dependence 5. faculty 1. conascence 1. . presence 5. conascence 5.dissociation. repetition 1. kamma 2. resultant 1. . . non-disappearance 2. presence 1. . jhaýna 5. non-disappearance 5.

. not-object. With not-disappearance and not-root conditions. 210000 By Eights 060000 230. non-disappearance 1. nutriment 1. non-disappearance 1. With not-disappearance. . nutriment 1. dependence 1. conascence 1. . dissociation 1. kamma 1. faculty 1. not-root. . with not-disappearance.050000 229. presence 1. . . not-predominance. not-root. 210000 By Thirteens 050000 231. . jhaýna 1. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Fifteens . presence 1. . . not-contiguity and not-mutuality conditions. mutuality 1. . presence 1. . conascence 1. dissociation 1. jhaýna 1. non-disappearance 1. kamma 1. not-proximity. resultant 1. conascence 1. nutriment 1.and not-kamma conditions. dependece 1. faculty 1. dependence 1. resultant 1.

not-nutriment. not-root . I. 210000 By Twenty-ones 020000 233. With not-disappearance. -8 1 2 090000 not-association. . . non-disappearance 1. conascence 1. . presence 1. dependence 1. not-dissociation and not-absence conditions. non-disappearance 1. arises faultless state by root condition. FAULTLESS TRIPLET I. notresultant. .040000 232. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE II. . . notresultant and not-nutriment conditions. . With not-disappearance. End of " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER. presence 1. " CONASCENT" CHAPTER (i). End of Negative-Positive. CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 9 0 28 0 0 0 0 234. not-kamma. not-pat. not-faculty. not-kamma. (i) Conascent with faultless state. not-jhaýna. . not-root. dependence 1. conascence 1.

arise two aggregates. (iii) Conascent with faultless state. conascent with two aggregates. arises indeterminate state by root condition. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . (vi) Conascent with faulty state. (ii) Conascent with faultless state. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. conascent with three aggregates. . conascent with three aggregates. Conascent with one faultless aggregate. arise three aggregate and mind-produced matter . arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. Conascent with one faulty aggregate. arise two aggregates.Conascent with one faultless aggregate. conascent with two aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter. arises faulty state by root condition. (iv) Conascent with faulty state. arises mind-produced matter. Conascent with faulty aggregates. (v) Conascent with faulty state. arises one aggregate . Conascent with faultless aggregates. ( 3 ) 235. arises indeterminate state by root condition. arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. arise three aggregates . conascent with two aggregates. conascent with three aggregates.

conascent with three aggregates. conascent with two aggregates.Conascent with one faulty aggregate. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . (vii) Conascent with indeterminate state. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . ( 3 ) 236. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent with one resultant indeterminate of functional 050000 indeterminate aggregate. conascent with three aggregates. arise three aggregates -8 1 2 070000 and mind-produced matter . conascent with two aggregates. arise three aggregates and . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . conascent with one resul070000 tant ideterminate aggregate. arises indeterminate state by root condition.

conascent with aggregates. conascent with three aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. ( I ) (Expand in the same way as "Dependent" Chapter. ( I ) 237. arise two great primaries . arises mind-produced matter.kamma-produced matter . Conascent with faulty aggregates and great primaries. arise mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter. conascent with two great primaries. arises indeterminate stae by root condition. conascent with three great primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascent with one great primary. conascent with great primaries. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . (viii) Conascent with faultless and indeterminate state. ( I ) (ix) Conascent with faulty and indeterminate state. conascent with two aggregates. Conascent with faultless aggregates and great primaries. arises (heart-)base . arises indeterminate state by root condition. arises one great primary .) . conascent with (heart-)base. arise three great 0 15 0 0 0 0 primaries . arise aggregates .

arises faulty state by notroot condition.I. object 3. disappearance 3. (i) Conascent with faulty state. faculty 9. proximity 3. prenascence 3. predominance 9. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 2 080000 239. arises indeter- . nutriment 9. jhaýna 9. mutuality 3. dependence 9. strongdependence 3. (Enumerate in the same way as enumerated in " Dependent" Chapter. With root 9. absence 3. nondisappearance 9. resultant -8 1 2 080000 1. kamma 9. 2. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE 210000 By Ones 030000 (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 238. association 3. (ii) Conascent with indeterminate state. contiguity 3.) End of Positive. Conascent with doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. conascence 9. repetition 3. path 9. dissociation 9. presence 9.

arise aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . conascent with three aggregates. arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . conascent with (heart-)base. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent with one rootless resultant indeterminate or 050000 functional indeterminate aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. conascent with one 070000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. conascent with two aggregates. conascent with two aggregates. conascent with aggregates. conascent with three aggregates. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter . arises (heart-)base .minate state by not-root condition.

. . not-object 5. conascent with great primaries. arise mindproduced and kamma -produced derived matter . conascent with three great primaries. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 210000 By Ones 0 10 0 0 0 0 240. arise two great primaries . not-predominance 9. arise three great 050000 primaries . With not-root 2. arise three great primaries. . temperature040000 produced. conascent with one great primary of non-perci pient beings. . .) -8 1 2 010000 2.c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent with one great primary. (Expand in the same way as "Dependent" Chapter. . not- . arises one great primary . conascent with great primaries. conascent with two great primaries. . arises kamma-produced derived matter. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . nutriment-produced.

not-disappearance 5 . not-contiguity 5. not-mutuality 5. notrepetition 9. . not-disappearance 5. not-postnascence 9. . not-kamma 3. not-jhaýna 1 . not-contiguity 5. not-association 5. not-resultant 9. not-predominance 9. . . not-kamma 3. not-mutuality 5. not-faculty 1. not-resultant 9. CONDITION : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 . . not-postnascence 9. not-dissociation 3. not-absence 5.proximity 5. . With root condition. not-strongdependence 5. not-absence 5. not-association 5. not-prenascence 7. not-path 1. not-object 5. notrepetition 9. CONDITION : POSITIVE-NAGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 0 10 0 0 0 0 By twos 241. not-proximity 5. notdissociation 3. not-prenascence 7. End of Negative 3. End of Positive-Negative 4. not-nutriment 1. not-strongdependence 5.

conascence 2.) -8 1 2 030000 I. mutuality 2. dependence 2. " CONDITIONED " CHAPTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 17 0 35 0 0 0 0 243. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. presence 2. FAULTLESS TRIPLET I. nutriment 2.By Twos 0 13 0 0 0 0 242. path 1. object 2. The term " Conascent " is the same as " Dependent". . kamma 2. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE III. proximity 2. disappearance 2. association 2. jhaýna 2. With not-root condition. arises faultless state by root condition. . End of Negative-Positive End of " CONASCENT " CHAPTER (The term " Dependent " is the same as " Conascent " . repetition 2. arise three aggre- . faculty 2. non-disappearance 2. contiguity 2. resultant 1. prenascence 2. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. strong-dependence 2. . . dissociation 2. absence 2.

conditioned by two aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by root condition. condi tioned by two aggregates. (ii) Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arises one aggregate . arises faulty state by root condition. Conditioned by faultless aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter . ( 3 ) 244. arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. arise three aggregates . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. Conditioned by faultless aggregate. arises indeterminate state by root condition. conditioned by three aggregates.gates . conditioned by three aggregates. (v) Conditioned by faulty state. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. (iv) Conditioned by faulty state. (iii) Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by faulty aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates. arise two aggregates. arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (vi) Conditioned by faulty state. conditioned by three aggregates.

arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter .and mind-produced matter ' conditioned by three aggregates. conditioned by one 070000 . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . conditioned by three aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . conditioned by two aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. O-8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 060000 indeterminate aggregate. arises indeterminate state by root condition. conditioned by two aggregates. (3) 245. (vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state.

conditioned by three aggregates. arise resultant indeter0 20 0 0 0 0 minate or function indeterminate aggregates. conditioned by two great primaries. arise two great primaries. conditioned by great primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. arise aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises one great primary . arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . . conditioned by three great primaries. arises (heart-) base .resultant ideterminate aggregate. arises faultless state by root condition. arise mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter . (viii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arise three great 050000 primaries. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . conditioned by aggregates. conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates. arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter .

arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (xiii) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arises faulty state by root condition. (x) Conditioned by indeterminate state. conditioned by great primaries. . (xii) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. conditioned by three aggregates and -8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 (heart-)base. arise faultless aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. arises one aggregate . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise faulty aggregates. arise faulty aggregates . arises mind-produced matter. arise three aggregates . (5) 246. Conditioned by (heart)base. arise two aggregates. arise faultless aggregates . conditioned by great primaries. arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition.Conditioned by (heart-)base. (xiv) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arises indeterminate state by root condition. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. Conditioned by faultless aggregates and great primaries. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter. (ix) Conditioned by indeterminate state. (xi) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises faultless state by root condition.

arises indeterminate state by root condition. conditioned by three aggregates and (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . conditioned by faultless aggregates and great primaries. arises mind-produced matter. arises one aggregate . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates . (xv) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates . conditioned by faulty aggregates and great primaries. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. conditioned by three aggregates and (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises one aggregate .arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. (3) . Conditioned by faulty aggregates and great primaries. (xvii) conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base . conditioned by three aggregates and (heart-)base.arise three aggregates . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter. arise two aggregates (xvi) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (3) 247. arises faulty state by root condition.

arises one aggregate . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. arise three aggregates . (ii) Conditioned by faulty state. (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. conditioned by three aggregates. ( 1 ) 250. ( 1 ) -8 1 2 080000 249. arises faulty state by object condition. conditioned by three aggregates.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 7 050000 248. conditioned by three aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates. arises one aggregate . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 040000 indeterminate aggregate. arises faultless state by object condition. arise two aggregates . arise three aggregates . conditioned by two . conditioned by two aggregates. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. arise three aggregates . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. arises indeterminate state by object condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . arises ear-consciousness . conditioned by body-base. arises body-consciousness . condi0 21 0 0 0 0 tioned by ear-base. arise resultant ideterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. (iv) Conditioned by indeterminate state.aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises faultless state by object condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by one resul050000 tant indeterminate aggregate. arise faultelss aggregates.conditioned by tonguebase. conditioned by two aggregates. arise two aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. conditioned by three aggregates. arises tongue-consciousness . arise two aggregates . conditioned by (heart-)base . arises eye-consciousness . conditioned by nose-base. arises one aggregate .arise aggregates . arises nose-consciousness .

(vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. three. arise three aggregates. . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. (vii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. . ( 1 ) 252. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate.(v) Conditioned by indeterminate state. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises faulty state by object condition. arises indeterminate state by predominance condition. arises faultless state by object condition. (3) 251. . three. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . . . (vi) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. . . arise faulty aggregates. arise two aggregates. arises faultless state by predominace condition. conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. arises faulty state by object condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates. . arises faulty by predominance condition. (1) -8 1 2 090000 253.

arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. arises faultless state by predominance condition. . . .) . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise faultless aggregates. . conditioned by great primaries. (viii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. (Expand in the same way as root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . arise resultant indeterminate 070000 or functional indeterminate aggregates.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 030000 indeterminate aggregate. arises mindproduced derived matter . arise three great 030000 primaries.

by contiguity condition. arises indeterminate state by conascence condition. (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by faultless state. (Expand in the same way as object condition. Conditioned by faultless state. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 17 070000 255. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 010000 -8 1 2 . Contiguity 7 050000 254. . three. . arises faultless state by conascence condition. . (vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. .three. arises faultless state by proximity condition.

. . nutriment-produced. . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. . conditioned by great primaries. . ( . . . . . temperature040000 produced. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. . . conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings. . . . arises kammaproduced derived matter .030000 indeterminate aggtegate. .

(Expand in the same way as root condition. (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . . arises faulty state by mutuality condition. arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.one. arises eye-consciousness. . arises faultless state by mutuality condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. arise faultless aggregates. (viii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . arises indeterminate state by mutuality condition. (ii) Conditioned by faulty state. conditioned by (heart-)base. . . Conditioned by (heart-)base. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .one. 090000 conditioned by body-base. arises faultless state by connescence condition. . arises body-consciousness . (i) Conditioned by faultless state. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 7 070000 256. . .

conditioned by (heart-)base. arises (heart-)base . ( . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise three great prima030000 ries. arise aggregates . arise two great primaries . . . conditioned by two great primaries. arise three aggregates. . . arise two aggregates and (heart-)base . conditioned by one 050000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. conditioned by aggregates. arise three aggregates and (heart-)base.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate of functional 030000 indeterminate aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. conditioned by two aggregates. . conditioned by two aggregates. arise two aggregates . .

(iv) Conditioned by indeterminate state.) . arise three great primaries. . . arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. nutriment-produced. . airses faultless state by mutuality condition. . . . arise two great primaries . 090000 conditioned by body-base. . conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings. conditioned by (heart-)base. . . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base.2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. arise faultless aggregates. temperature040000 produced. arises body-consciousness . . arises eye-consciousness. . (Expand in the same way as object condition. conditioned by two great primaries .

arise three aggre- . . arises faultless state by prenascence condition. (Expand in the same way as conascence condition. . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 7 0 15 0 0 0 0 259. . (Same as object condition. Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by one gaultless aggregate. arise three aggregates.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 7 060000 258. Conditioned by faultless state. arises faultless state by dependence condition. arise faultless state by strong-dependence condition. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 17 070000 257. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. .

. ( I ) (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. arise two aggregates . arise two aggregates . (conditioned by heart-)base. ( I ) (ii) Conditioned by faulty state.gates. (conditioned by heart-)base. . . (arise faultless aggregates) by prenascence condition. . arises indeterminate state by prenascence condition. arise two aggregates . arise faulty state by prenascence condition. conditioned by two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 010000 210000 -8 1 2 050000 indeterminate aggregate. (arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates) by prenascence condition . (arise faulty aggregates) by prenascence condition. arise three aggregates . conditioned by two aggregates. . arise three aggregates. . (conditioned by heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates. .

.conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (arise aggregates) by prenascence conditione. (iv) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arise faulty aggregates . (arise aggregates) by prenascence condition. (conditioned by heart-)base. . (3) (vi) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arise faultless aggregates . . (conditioned by heart-)base.arise faultless state by prenascence condition. (conditioned by six) bases. 0 28 0 0 0 0 conditioned by body-base. . (conditioned by heart-)- . Conditioned by (heart-)base. (arise aggregates) by prescence condition. arise three aggregates.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. arises eye-consciousness. conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates . arise two aggregates . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. arises faultless state by prenascence condition. (v) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises body-consciousness . arises faulty state by prenascence condition.

. arise two aggregates . arise two aggre- . arises faulty state by repetition condition. .base. -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. conditioned by three aggregates. . arise three aggregates . ( 1 ) (vii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. arises faultless state by repetition condition. conditioned by two aggregates. arises indeterminate state by repetition condition. ( 1 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 7 070000 260. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. arises one aggregate . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. arises faulty state by prenascence condition. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. (conditioned by heart-)base. Conditioned by one functional indeterminate aggregate. (arise faultless aggregates) by prenascence condition. . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (arise faulty aggregates) by prenascence condition. . . arise three aggregates. . (ii) Conditioned by faulty state.

conditioned by (heart-)base. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise faulty aggregates. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. arise three aggregates. (iv) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises indeterminate state by kamma condition. arise faultless aggregates. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by faultless state. . arises faultless state by repetition condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 17 080000 261.three. arises faulty state by repetition condition. (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. arises faulty state by kamma condition. . . three. arises faulty state by repetition condition. (v) Conditioned by indeterminate state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. . . (vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . . arises faultless state by kamma condition. (vii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. arise functional indeterminate aggregates. (vi) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state.gates .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 020000 indeterminate aggregate. . . . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient 030000 . .

faultless and indeterminate states by kamma condition. arise faulty aggregates. conditioned by (heart-)base. . . . . . arise faultless aggregates. indeterminate state. . arises faulty state. . arises body-consciousness . 030000 conditioned by body-base. indeterminate state. conditioned by great primaries. . . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . (5). (ix)-(xi) Conditioned by indeterminate state . faulty and indeterminate state by kamma condition. arises eye-consciousness. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base.beings. . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. arises kammaproduced derived matter . -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 (viii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises faultless state by kamma condition. . . arises faulty state by kamma condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. (xii)-(xiv) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. (xv)-(xvii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. . . . . . . arises faultless state. arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 1 030000 262. arises indeterminate state by resultant condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate aggregate. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. .conditioned by faulty aggregates and great primaries. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises mind-produced matter. .

.) Conditioned by one great primary. . . arises eye-consciousness. conditioned by (heart-)base. . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. arises faultless state by nutriment condition. . three. . (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by faultless state. arise resultant indeterminate aggregates. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 17 070000 263. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . arises body-consciousness . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. three. 040000 conditioned by body-base. . . arises indeterminate state by nutriment condition. (vii)-(xvii) Conditioned by indeterminate state.

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one nutriment -produced great pri020000 mary. conditioned -8 1 2 040000 by (heart-)base. arises body-consciousness . . arises eye-consciousness. (complete). . arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.) At the moment of conception. . . . con020000 ditioned by body-base. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Fuculty 17 0 12 0 0 0 0 . .

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 17. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 7 040000 266. . Conditioned by faultless state. . . arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.264. . Conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings. arises eye-consciousness. Path 17 060000 265. conditioned by body-base. . Conditioned by eye-base. . (Expand jhaýna and path conditions in the same way as root condition. Conditioned by faultless state. . . . . arises faultless state by faculty condition. (Expand faculty condition in the same way as kamma condition. . conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by faultless state. arise body-consciousness . arises faultless state by jhaýna condition. by path condition. arises faultless state by .

. Conditioned by faultless aggregates. arise faultless and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. (conditioned by) aggregates. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. arise two aggregates (conditioned by heart-)base.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 17 0 11 0 0 0 0 267. (conditioned by) aggregates. (conditioned by heart-)base. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . .) by dissociation condition. . (ii) Conditioned by faultless state.(same as object condition. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. . arises mind-produced matter . . (arise faultless aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates. arises faultless state by dissociation condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter .association condition. (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. arise three aggregates. -8 1 2 0 30 0 0 0 0 (iii) Conditioned by faultless state. Conditioned by one fautless aggregate. arises mind-produced matter by . conditioned by two aggregates. arise aggregates by dissociation condition .

(conditioned by heart-)base. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. . (3) (iv) Conditioned by faulty state. Conditioned by faulty aggregates. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . (arises mind-produced matter( by dissociation condition. (conditioned by) aggregates. (vi) Conditioned by faulty state. Conditioned by one faulty aggregate.conditioned by two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (arise fulty aggregates) by dissocation condition. (conditioned by) aggregates. . arise two aggregates . arise faulty and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. arise aggregates by dissociation condition . arises mind-produced matter . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate. conditioned by two aggregates. . (conditioned by heart-)base. arise three aggregates and mine-produced matter. (v) Conditioned by faulty state. arise three aggregates. arises faulty state by dissociation condition. .dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. (3) (vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state.

arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter. arise aggregates by dissociation condition . conditioned by two aggregates. arise two -8 1 2 090000 aggregates and kamma-produced matter . . conditioned by two aggregates. arises kamma-produced matter by dissociation condition . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. arises mind-produced matter by dissociation condition . arises (heart-)base by . (conditioned by) aggregates. (conditioned by six) bases. . (conditioned by heart-)base. arise aggregates by dissociation condition . conditioned by resultant 020000 indeterminate aggregate. conditioned by aggregates. . conditioned by (heart-)base. (conditioned by) aggregates. (conditioned by) aggregates. arise aggregates . (conditioned by heart-)base. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise aggregates by dissociation condition .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one resultant indeterminate or functional 070000 indeterminate aggregate. arises (heart-)base . .

. arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. (conditioned by heart-)base. conditioned by great 050000 primaries. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . . (viii) Conditioned by indeterminate state.dissociation condition . (arise aggregates) by dissociation condition. (conditioned by faultless. resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate) aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. arises body-consciousness . . (arises mindproduced or kamma-produced matter) by dissociation condition . arises faultless state by dissociation condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. (conditioned by six) bases. conditioned by (heart-)base. arises eye-consciousness . arise faultless aggregates . faulty. con0 25 0 0 0 0 dititioned by body-base. (arise faultless aggregates) by .

(conditioned by) aggregates. (conditioned by heart-)base. (ix) Conditioned by indeterminate state. (arise aggregates) by dissociation condition . arise faulty aggregates . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise faulty aggregates . arise faultless and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. conditioned by three aggregates and . (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter . conditioned by great primaries. (condi tioned by heart-)base. conditioned by great primaries. arise faultless aggregates . arises faultless state by dissociation condition. (arise aggregates) by dissociation condition . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter . arises faulty state by dissociation condition. (xi) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arise faulty and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. (x) Conditioned by indeterminate state. (arise faulty aggregates) by dissociation condition.dissociation condition. (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 (conditioned by heart-)base. (5) (xii) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. (conditioned by) aggregates. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base.

arises mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. (conditioned by heart-)base. arises faulty state by dissociation condition. arise two aggregates . . (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. (conditioned by) aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (3) (xv) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. . . arises one aggregate . conditioned by three aggregates and (heart)-base. arises one aggregate .(heart-)base. (xiii) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arise faultless and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise aggregates by dissociation condition . conditioned by faultless aggregates and great primaries. (conditioned by heart-)base. (arise faulty aggregates) by dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter . arise three aggregates. arise two aggregates . (conditioned by) aggregates. arise three aggregates . arise two aggregates . (xiv) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arises mind-produced matter . Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. Conditoned by faultless aggregates and great primaries. arises indeterminate state by dissocition condition. (conditioned by heart-)base (arise faultless aggregates) by dissociation condition.

(conditioned by) aggregates. arise faulty and indeterminate states by dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter .) . conditioned by faulty aggregates and great primaries. (conditioned by) aggregates. (conditioned by heart-)base.(xvi) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. . 080000 268. arises mind-produced matter . arise three aggregates. Conditioned by faulty aggregates and great primaries. absence and disappearance conditions are the same as object condition . . arise aggregates by dissociation condition . two aggregates . non-disappearance condition is the same conascence condition. (Do presence condition the same as conascence condition . (arises mind-produced matter) by dissociation condition. arises indeterminate state by dissociation condition. arises mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. etc. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence condition. -8 1 2 080000 Conditioned by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. . Conditioned by faultless state. . (xvii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. arises faultless state by presence confition.

predominance 17. proximity 7. nutriment 17. contiguity 7. 210000 By Threes 020000 With root. contiguity 7. . conascence 17. repetition 7. object 7. dissociation 17. (All are . resultant 1. jhaýna 17. non-disappearance 17. conascence 17 . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 269. object conditions and predominance 7 .I. . mutuality 7. With root condition and object 7. kamma 17. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 030000 270. dependence 17. strong-dependence 7. With root (there are) 17 (answers). path 17. association 7. non-disappearance 17. prenascence 7. disappearance 7. faculty 17. absence 7. presence 17. . . predominance 17. proximity 7.

. conascence. . strong-dependence. . disappearance conditions and non-disappearance 1. . resultant. . . . dependence. kamma. 210000 By Thirteens (with resultant) 020000 With root. . . disappearance conditioned and non-disappearance 7. -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-two 020000 With root. object. . . prenascence. non-disappearance 7. 210000 By Twenty-two (with resultant) 050000 With root. repetition. . kamma. . nutriment 7. proximity. predominance. repetition conditions and kamma 7. . resultant conditions and nutriment 1. . . contiguity. non-disappearance 7. object. . mutuality. resultant 1 . . . object . . . kamma. prenascence.7). prenascence. nutriment. End of Root . . object. nutriment. . . prenascence. non-disappearance 1. . 210000 By Twelves (with repetition) 040000 With root.

. with contiguity condition and root 7 . With predominance condition and root 17. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity. . . With object condition and root 7.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 By Twos 040000 271. . . . predominance 7. . With proximity condition. (Expand object condition in the same way as root condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 By Twos 030000 272. . Contiguity 210000 By tWos 040000 273. . . .

. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma. conascence 1. . disappearance 7. contiguity 7. object 1. association 7. . With kamma condition. . with mutuality condition . with strong-dependence condition. predominance 7. . presence 7. faculty 7. With repetition condition and root 7. . Resultant 210000 By Twos 080000 275. strong-dependence 7. . with prenascence condition. . etc. . non-disappearance 7. . . mutuality 1. predominance 1. With conascence condition. 210000 By Twos 080000 274. . dependence 7.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence. dissociation 7. mutuality 7. prenascence 7. kamma 7. nutriment 7. proximity 7. . absence 7. dependence 1. strong-dependence 1. proximity 1. path 7. jhaýna 7. with resultant condition and root 1. object 7. . . conascence 7. with dependence condition. contiguity 1. . .

association 1. with association condition. . with dissociation condition. . 210000 By Twos 0 11 0 0 0 0 276. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. . faculty 1. disappearance 7. . kamma 1. With non-disappearance condition and root 17. . . . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 4 210000 . . . . . nutriment 1. non-disappearance 1. disappearance 1. jhaýna 1. . . With nutriment condition.prenascence 1. with absence condition. object 7. . absence 1. with disappearance condition. with faculty condition. End of Positive " Conditioned " Chapter. . . . etc. . presence 1. with path condition. . with jhaýna condition. with presence condition. . . . . 2. . path 1. . . dissociation 1.

arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one rootless resultant indeterminate or 040000 functional indeterminate aggregate. arises faulty state by not-root condition.080000 277. arises indeterminate state by not-root condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. Conditioned by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. arise three aggregates and kamma -produced matter . ( I ) (ii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. . coditioned by two aggregates. (i) Conditioned by faulty state. conditioned by one 030000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. conditioned by two aggregates.

conditioned by great primaries. conditioned by great primaries. conditioned by aggrgates. temperature-pro040000 duced. . conditioned by (heat-)base . arises kamma-produced derived matter . . .conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings.P-8 1 2 040000 arise two aggregates and kamma -produced matter . . arise three great 030000 primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. . arise mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter . arises (heart-)base . . . arise aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e . arise three great primaries. . nutriment-produced.

arises faulty state by not-root condition. . Condition by faultless aggregates. 0 14 0 0 0 0 conditioned by body-base. arises eye-consciousness . arises indeterminate state by not-object condition. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 5 080000 278. (2) (iv) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. Conditioned by faultless state. . condi tioned bt (heart-)base. Conditioned by (heart-)base. . arises body-consciousness . arises mind-produced matter. arises faulty state by not-root condition. (Expand in the same way as not-object condition in . . arise rootless resultant ideterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. Conditioned by doubt-accmpanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates and (heart-)base. (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base.

. three."Dependent" Chapter) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 17 050000 279. .) . . (i)-(iii) Conditioned by faultless state. . arises faultless state by not-predominance condition. 010000 -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (vii) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. . . (Complete indeter020000 minate. three (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. . .

nutriment-produced. arises faultless state by not-predominance condition. . . . . . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings. arises eye-consciousness . 0 10 0 0 0 0 conditioned by body-base. . (Expand in the same way as conascence condition in the Positive. conditioned by (heart-)base.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . arise faultless aggregates. . . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . (viii)-(xvii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by eye-base. . arises body-consciousness .temperature030000 produced. .

arises faultless state. (i) Conditioned by faultless state. . 070000 280. . arises indeterminate state. . . . . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. conditioned by eye-base. conditioned by faultess state. by not-mutuality condition . . by not-repetition condition. Conditioned by faultless state. . 17. (Complete not-postnascence and not-repetition conditions.) (Expand in the same way as conascence condition in the Positive. (Expand in the same way as in "Dependence " Chapter. . . . by not-strong-dependence condition. by not-prenascence condition. by not-postnascence condition. etc. by not-contiguity condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 7 080000 282. . by not-proximity condition . arises faultless state by not-kamma condition. . etc.Not-proximity. 080000 281. . . .

nutriment-produced. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. (ii) Conditioned by faulty state. arises faulty volition. Condition by faulty aggregates. . arises faulty state by not-kamma condition. . (iii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises indeterminate state by not-kamma condition. 210000 010000 -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by functional indeterminate aggregates. . derived matter . . arises faultless volition. .Conditioned by faultless aggregates. . . 020000 arises functional indeterminate volition . conditioned by one 020000 temperature-produced great primary.

(v) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arises faulty state by not-kamma condition. arises faulty volition. (vi) Conditioned by faultless and indeterminate state. arises faulty volition. arises faultless state by not-kamma condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises functional indeter0 17 0 0 0 0 minate volition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 17 . Conditioned by faulty aggregates and (heart-)base. arises faultless volition.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises faultless state by not-kamma condition. arises faulty state by not-kamma condition. Conditioned by faultless aggregates and (heart-)base. (vii) Conditioned by faulty and indeterminate state. (iv) Conditioned by indeterminate state. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises faultless volition.

arises mindproduced derived matter . conditioned by two aggregates. (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by faulty state. arise two aggregates and mindproduced matter . .070000 238. . ( . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one great primary. arises indeterminate state by not-resultant condition. . conditioned by great primaries. . arise three great 030000 primaries. Conditioned by one faultless aggregate. 040000 arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by one functional indeterminate aggregate. . (vii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. . . . (i)-(iii) conditioned by faultless state. three. three. arises faultless state by not-resultant condition.

conditioned by one great primary of non-percipient beings. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises faultless state by not-resultant condition. . arise three great primaries. temperature030000 produced. arise functional indeter070000 minate aggregates. . (viii). nutriment-produced. .(xvii) Conditioned by indeterminate state. arise faultless aggregates. . . [Expand all excluding resultant (indeterminate). 0 15 0 0 0 0 .] 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment. Conditioned by (heart-)base. etc. conditioned by great primaries. .2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. . . . arises kamma-produced derived matter . .

. (This is the difference in not-path. arises mind-produced matter. arises bodyconsciousness . 090000 285. . Not-assocition condition. arises indeterminate state by not-nutriment condition. . by not-jhaýna condition. (Expand in the same way as in " Dependent" Chapter. arises eye-consciousness. . . etc. conditioned by body-base. arises eye-consciousness.284. .) . . conditioned by body-base. . . conditioned by (heart-)base.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association. Conditioned by faultless aggregates. conditioned by eye-base. Conditioned by indeterminare state. arises indeterminate state by not-disappearance condition. . arises body-consciousness. (This is the difference in not-jhaýna. (Expand the rest in the same way as the Negative of "Dependent" Chapter. . . . .not-dissociation condition . by not-faculty condition . . . . Conditioned by eye-base. . not-absence condition. arise rootless resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates.) By not-path condition.). . . . . Conditioned by faultless state. .

not-object 5. not-absence 5.2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 060000 287. not-proximity 5. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 1. notresultant 17. not-resultant 4. not-jhaýna 1. -8 1 2 060000 not-postnascence 17. not-dissociation 3. not-strong-dependence 5. not. not-mutuality 1. notmutuality 5. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE 210000 By Ones 030000 (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 286. not-postnascence 4. not-prenascence 2. not-contiguity 5.association 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-path 1. not-predominance 4. not-nutriment 1. not-repetition 17. With not-root (there are) 4 (answer). not-disappearance 5. not-kamma 1. not-faculty 1. not-contiguity 1. not-faculty 1. . not-kamma 7. not-strong-dependence 1. not-nutriment 1. notpredominance 17. not-association 5. With not-root condition and not-object 1. not-repetition 4. notpath 1.

. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos 060000 288. not-proximity 5. . not-strong-dependence 5. . not-object condition and not-predominance 1. not-dissociation 1. not-disappearance 1. not-absence 1. not-postnascence 5. not-contiguity 1. not-predominance 5. not-mutuality 5. not-proximity 1. 210000 By Threes 050000 With not-root. . . 210000 By Threes 040000 With not-object. . not-path 1. not-repetition 5. not-contiguity 5. With not-object condition and not-root 1. . not-kamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. . not-disappearance 5. not-resultant 5. . (All are 1). not-association 5.not-dissociation 2. not-root conditions and not-predominance 1. . not-absence 1. not-faculty 1. . not-nutriment 1. . . not-disappearance 1. not-disappearance 1. not-absence 5. not-prenascence 5.

notnutriment 1. With not-predominance conditon and not-root 4. not-prenascence 2. notobject 5. not-proximity 5. not-faculty 1. not-path 1. not-association 1. not-mutuality 5. not-dissociation 3. not-nutriment 1. 210000 . not-disappearance 5. not-path 1. not-kamma 7. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 1. not-faculty 1. not-contiguity 1. not-mutuality 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 070000 289. not-kamma 1. not-strongdependence 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 070000 with not-predominance. not-resultant 17. notrepetition 4. not-postnascence 17. not-contiguity 5. notdissociation 2. not-absence 5. not-absence 1. notassociation 5. not-repetition 17. not-root conditions and not-object 1. not-postnascence 4. not-jhaýna 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-strong-dependence 5. not-resultant 4. not-disappearance 1.

. . not-path 1. not-root. not-predominance 7. not-resultant 7. not-faculty 1. . with not-contiguity condition. with not-strong dependence condition. not-repetition 7. with not-mutuality condition. not-disappearance 5. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 070000 291. . . not-strong-dependence 5. . (same as not-object condition). . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. not-association 5. . not-object conditions and not-proximity 1 . notmutuality 5. . etc. not-contiguity 5. not-object 5. With not-prenascence condition and not-root 2. . 050000 290. not-nutriment 1. not-proximity 5. not-postnascence 7. . not-dissociation 3. . . . not-absence 5. With not-proximity condition.By Fours 040000 With not-predominance. (All are 1). not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 3.

210000 By Threes 070000 With not-prenascence, not-root conditions and not-object 1, not-ptedominance 2, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-postnascence 2, not-repetition 2, not-kamma 1, not-resultant 2, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, not-dissociation 2, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Fours 020000 With not-prenascence, not-root, not-object conditions and notpredominance 1. . . (All are 1) . . . not-disappearance 1. . . . . -8 1 2 010000

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence, Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 080000 292. With not-postnascence condition. . . with not-repetition condition and not-root 4, not-object 5, not-predominance 17,

not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, not-mutuality 5, not-strongdependence 5, not-prenascence 7, not-postnascence 17, not kamma 7, not-resultant 17, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, notjhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, notabsence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 070000 With not-repetition, not-root conditions and not-object 1, notpredominance 4, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 2, notpostnascence 4, not-kamma 1, not-resultant 4, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, notdissociation 2, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1,

210000 By Fours 040000 With not-repetition, not-root, not-object conditions and notpredominance 1. . . (All are 1). . . not-disappearance 1. . . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma

210000 By Twos 070000 293. With not-kamma condition and not-root 1, not-object 1, not-predominance 7, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, not mutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 3, not postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-resultant 7, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, notdissociation 3, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Threes 040000 With not-kamma, not-root conditions and not-object 1. . . (All are 1). . . not-disappearance 1. . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 020000 294. With not-resultant condition and not-root 4, not-object 5, not-predominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, -8 1 2 050000

not-mutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 7, not-postnascence 17, not-repetition 17, not-kamma 7, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 070000 With not-resultant, not-root conditions and not-object 1, not-predominance 4, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 2, notpostnascence 4, not-repetition 4, not-kamma 1, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, not-dissociation 2, not-abscence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Fours 040000 With not-resultant, not-root, not-object conditions and notpredominance 1. . . (All are 1). . .not-disappearance 1. . . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment, etc. 210000

By Twos 080000 295. With not-nutriment condition and not-root 1. . . (All are 1). . . not-disappearance 1. . . . With not-faculty condition and not-root 1. . . . (All are 1) . . . . With not-jhaýna condition and not-root 1. . . (All are 1). . . . With not-path condition and not-root 1. . . (All are 1). . . . With not-association condition . . . (same as not-object condition).

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 070000 296. With not-dissociation condition and not-root 2, not-object 1, not-predominance 3, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not-strong-dependene 1, not-prenascence 3, not-postnascence 3, not-repetition 3, not-kamma 3, not-resultant 3, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, notassociation 1, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Threes 030000

With not-dissociation, not-root conditions and not-object 1, not-predominance 2, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 2, -8 1 2 040000 not-postnascence 2, not-repetition 2, not-kamma 1, not-resultant 2, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Fours 080000 With not-dissociation not-root, not-object conditions and notpredominance 1, . . . . (All are 1). . . . With not-absence condition. . . with not-disappearance condition. . . (Same as not-object condition). End of Negative " Conditioned " Chapter.

3. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 060000 297. With root condition, not- object 5, not-predominance 17,

not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, not-mutuality 5, not-strongdependence 5, not-prenascence 7, not-postnascence 17, notrepetition 17, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 040000 With root and object conditions, not-predominance 7, notprenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-dissociation 3. . . .

210000 By Elevens 050000 With root, object, predominace, proximity, contiguity, conascence, mutuality, dependence, strong-dependence and prenascence conditions, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, notkamma 7, not-resultant 7.

210000 By Twelves (with repetition) 030000 With root, object. . . prenascence and repetition conditions, not-postnascence 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7. . . .

210000 By Twenty-threes 030000 With root, object. . . prenascence, repetition. kamma, nutriment, faculty, jhaýna, path, association, dissociation, presence, -8 1 2 030000 absence, disappearance and non-disappearance conditions, notpostnascence 7, not-resultant 7.

210000 By Thirteens (with resultant) 030000 With root, object. . . prenascence, kamma and resultant conditions, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1. . . .

210000 By Twenty-threes (with resultant) 050000 With root, object. . . prenascence, kamma, resultant, nutriment. . . and non-disappearance condition, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 By Twos 050000 298. With object condition, not-root 4, not-predominance 7, not-prenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, notkamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-dissociation 3.

210000 By Threes 060000 With object and root conditions, not-predominance 7, notprenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-dissociation 3. . . . (Enumerate in the same way as root condition.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 By Twos 080000 299. With predominance condition, not-object, not-proximity

5, not-contiguity 5, not-mutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 7, not-postnascence 17, not-repetition 17, notkamma 7, not-resultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5. With predominance and root conditions. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity, Contiguity 020000 With proximity condition. . . with contiguity condition. . . (Expand in the same way as object condition.) -8 1 2 010000

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 210000 By Twos 080000 300. With conascence condition, not-root 4, not-object 5, notpredominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, notmutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 7, notpostnascence 17, not-repetition 17, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 17, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-dis-

appearance 5.

210000 By Threes 070000 With conascence and root conditions, not-object 5 . . . (Abbreviated) . . . not-resultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5. With conascence, root and object conditions. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 210000 By Twos 070000 301. With mutuality condition, not-root 4, not-object 1, notpredominance 7, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, not-strongdependence 1, not-prenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, notrepetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-nutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, not-disociation 3, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000

By Threes 060000 With mutuality and root conditions, not-object 1, not-predominance 7, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, not-strongdependence 1, not-prenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, notrepetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-association 1, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Fours 040000 With mutuality, root and object condition, not-predominance 7. . . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 210000 By Twos 020000 302. With dependence condition, not-root 4 (Dependence condition is the same as conascence condition). -8 1 2 010000

2 1 -1 1 0 0

Strong-dependence 210000 By Twos 040000 303. With strong-dependence condition, not-root 4, (Strong dependence condition is the same as object condition.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 210000 By Twos 060000 304. With prenascence condition, not-root 4, not-predominance 7, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-kamma 7, not resultant 7, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1. With prenascence and root conditions . . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos 040000 305. With repetition condition, not-root 4, not-predominance 7,

not-prenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, not-kamma 7, notresultant 7, not-path 1, not-dissociation 3.

210000 By Threes 040000 With repetition and root conditions, not-predominance 7, notprenascence 3, not-postnascence 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7, not-dissociation 3.

210000 By Fours 030000 306. With repetition, root and object conditions, not-predomi nance 7 . . . . (Abbreviated.)

210000 By Twenty-threes 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 050000 With repetition, root. . . prenascence, kamma, nutriment. . . and non-disappearance conditions, not-postnascence 7, notresultant 7.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 By Twos 040000 307. With kamma condition, not-root 4, not-object 5, notpredominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, notmutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 7,

410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0

6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not mentioned in the Text. -8 1 2 050000 not-postnascence 17, not-repetition 17, not-resultant 17, notnutriment 1, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, notassociation 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 050000

With kamma and root conditions, not-object 5. . . not-resultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, notdisappearance 5. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 070000 308. With resultant condition, not-root 1, not-object 1, notpredominance 1, not-proximity 1, not- contiguity 1, notmutuality 1, not- strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 1, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 1, not-dissociation 1, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1.

210000 By Threes 060000 With resultant and root conditions, not-object 1, not-predominance 1, not-proximity 1, not-contiguity 1, not-mutuality 1, not-strong-dependence 1, not-prenascence 1, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1, not-association 1, not-dissociation 1, not-absence 1, not-disappearance 1. . . .

210000 By Twelves 030000 With resultant, root, object . . . and prenascence conditions, not- postnascence 1, not-repetition 1. . . .

210000 By twenty-threes 050000 With resultant, root . . . prenascence, kamma, nutriment. . . and non-disappearance conditions, not-postnascence 1, notrepetition 1. (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 210000 By Twos 030000 309. With nutriment condition, not-root 4, not-object 5, notpredominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, notmutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 7, -8 1 2 050000 not-postnascence 17, not-repetition 17, not-kamma 7, not-

resultant 17, not-faculty 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, notassociation 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 050000 With nutriment and root conditions, not-object 5. . . notresultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5 . . .(Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 By twos 070000 310. With faculty condition, not-root 4, not-object 5. . . notresultant 17, not-nutriment 1, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, notassociation 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5. With faculty and root conditions. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0

Jhaýna 210000 By Twos 060000 311. With jhaýna condition, not-root 4, not-object 5. . . notresultant 17, not-path 1, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5. With jhaýna and root conditions. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 By twos 070000 312. With path condition, not-root 3, not-object 5. . . notresultant 17, not-association 5, not-dissociation 3, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5. With path and root conditions, not-object 5. . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 210000

0 1 -1 1 0 0 With association condition. . . (same as object condition). 020000

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 210000 By twos 020000 313. With dissociation condition, not-root 4, not-object 5, not-predominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, -8 1 2 050000 not-mutuality 5, not-dependence 5, not-prenascence 5, not-postnascence 17, not-repetition 17, not-kamma 7, notresultant 17, not-jhaýna 1, not-path 1, not-association 5, notabsence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By threes 060000 With dissociation and root conditions, not-object 5, not-predominance 17, not-proximity 5, not-contiguity 5, not-mutuality 5, not-strong-dependence 5, not-prenascence 5, not-postnascence

17, not-repetition 17, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 17, notassociation 5, not-absence 5, not-disappearance 5.

210000 By Fours 040000 With dissociation, root and object conditions, not-predominance 7, not-prenascence 1, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7.

210000 By Fives 040000 With dissociation, root, object and predominance conditions, not-postnascence 7, not-repetition 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7. . . .

210000 By Thirteens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with repetition 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )

040000 With dissociation, root, object, predominance. . . prenascence and repetition conditions, not-postnascence 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7. . . .

210000 By Twenty-threes 040000 With dissociation, root . . . repetition, kamma, nutriment . . . and repetition conditions, not-postnascence 7, not-kamma 7, not-resultant 7. . . .

210000 By Fourteens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with resultant 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 040000 With dissociation, root, object. . . (Abbreviated) . . . prenascence, kamma and resultant conditions, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1. . . .

210000 By Twenty-threes 030000 With dissociation, root. . . prenascence, kamma, resultant nutriment. . .(Abbreviated). . . and non-disappearance conditions, not-postnascence 1, not-repetition 1. -8 1 2 090000 With presence condition. . . (same as conascence condition). With absence condition. . . with disappearance condition. . . (same as object condition). With non-disappearance condition. . . (same as conascence condition). End of Positive-Negative in "Conditioned" Chapter.

4. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 060000 314. With not-root condition, object 4, proximity 4, contiguity 4, conascence 4, mutuality 4, dependence 4, strong-dependence 4, prenascence 4, repetition 4, kamma 4, resultant 1, nutriment 4, faculty 4, jhaýna 4, path 3, association 4, dissociation 4,

presence 4, absence 4, disappearance 4, non-disappearance 4.

210000 By Threes 040000 With not-root, not-object conditions, conascence 1, mutuality 1, dependence 1, kamma 1, resultant 1, nutriment 1, faculty 1, jhaýna 1, dissociation 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. . . .

210000 By Sevens 050000 With not-root, not-object, not-predominance, not-proximity, not-contiguity, not-mutualtiy conditions, conascence 1, dependence 1, kamma 1, resultant 1, nutriment 1, faculty 1, jhaýna 1, dissociation 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. . . .

210000 By Twelves 060000 With not-root, not-object, not-predominance, not-proximity, not-contiguity, not-mutuality, not-strong-dependence, notprenascence, not-postnascence, not-repetition, not-kamma conditions, conascence 1, dependence 1, nutriment 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. . . .

210000 By Fourteens 050000 With not-root, not-object. . . not-kamma, not-resultant, notnutriment conditions, conascence 1, dependence 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. . . . Q -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-ones 060000 With not-root, not-object. . . not-kamma, not-resultant, notnutriment, not-faculty. . . not-disappearance conditions, conascence 1, dependence 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos 050000 315. Witn not-object condition, root 5, predominance 5, conascence 5, mutuality 5, dependence 5, kamma 5, resultant 5,

nutriment 5, faculty 5, jhaýna 5, path 5, dissociation 5, presence 5, non-disappearance 5.

210000 By Threes 060000 With not-object, not-root conditions, conascence 1, mutuality 1, dependence 1, kamma 1, resultant 1, nutriment 1, faculty 1, jhaýna 1, dissociation 1, presence 1, non-disappearance 1. . . . (Abbreviated.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 070000 316. With not-predominance condition, root 17, object 7, proximity 7, contiguity 7, conascence 17, mutuality 7, dependence 17, strong-dependence 7, prenascence 7, repetition 7, kamma 17, resultant 1, nutriment 17, faculty 17, jhaýna 17, path 17, association 7, dissociation 17, presence 17, absence 7, disappearance 7, non-disappearance 17.

210000

By Threes 070000 with not-predominance, not-root conditions, object 4, proximity 4, contiguity 4, conascence 4, mutuality 4, dependence 4, strong-dependence 4, prenascence 4, repetition 4, kamma 4, resultant 1, nutriment 4, faculty 4, jhaýna 4, path 3, association 4, dissociation 4, presence 4, absence 4, disappearance 4, non-disappearance 4.

210000 By Fours 040000 With not-predominance, not-root, not-object conditions, conascence 1. . . non-disappearance 1 . . . (Abbreviated.)

-8 1 2 010000

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity, etc. 210000 By Twos 050000 317. With not-proximity condition. . . with not-contiguity condition . . . with not-mutuality condition. . . with not-strong-

association 2. kamma 2. presence 2. not-root conditions. strong-dependence 3. faculty 2. object 2. disappearance 2. dependence 3. path 7. repetition 1. proximity 3. resultant 1. dependence 2. presence 7. contiguity 2. dissociation 1. nutriment 2. nondisappearance 7. conascence 7. mutuality 2. . jhaýna 7. kamma 7. With not-prenascence condition. association 3. proximity 2. contiguity 3. predominance 7. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 070000 318. disappearance 3. mutuality 3.dependence condition. path 1. repetition 3. conascence 2. . dissociation 5. (same as not-object condition). nutriment 7. resultant 2. jhaýna 2. faculty 7. object 3. root 7. non-disappearance 2. absence 2. absence 3. 210000 By Threes 070000 With not-prenascence. strong-dependence 2.

mutuality 7. faculty 17. proximity 4. not-root. . predominance 17. repetition 4. non-disappearance 17. . resultant 1. dependence 4. nutriment 17. root 17. conasence 1. object 4. conascence 17. conascence 4. With not-postnascence condition. association 7. . (Abbreviated. dependence 17.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 210000 By Twos 070000 319. strong-dependence 7. non-disappearance 1. contiguity 4. strongdependence 4. dissociation 17.210000 By Four 040000 With not-prenascence. not-root conditions. . presence 17. kamma 4. mutuality 4. 210000 By Threes 030000 With not-postnascence. object 7. prenascence 7. not-object conditions. absence 7. kamma 17. disappearance 7. path 17. contiguity 7. jhaýna 17. prenascence 4. proximity 7. repetition 7. resultant -8 1 2 .

. not-root. resultant 1. dissociation 4. . jhaýna 4. prenascence 7. dependence 17. faculty 17. jhaýna 17. nutriment 17. strong-dependence 7. disappearance 4. path 17. 210000 . nutriment 4. . object 7. path 3. (Abbreviated. association 4. With not-repetition condition. faculty 4. presence 4. absence 7. conascence 17. non-disappearance 4. presence 17. . not-object conditions. predominance 17. conascence 1. absence 4. root 17. contiguity 7.040000 1. kamma 17. 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-postnascence. mutuality 7. non-disappearance 17. non-disappearance 1. association 7.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 070000 320. disappearance 7. dissociation 17. proximity 7.

faculty 4. non- . not-object conditions.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 210000 By Twos 070000 321. association 7. absence 7. root 7. jhaýna 7. strongdependence 4. proximity 7. . 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-repetition. contiguity 7. predominance 7.non-disappearance 1. (Abbreviated. strong-dependence 7. repetition 7. object 4. disappearance 7. . prenascence 7. With not-kamma condition. disappearance 4. mutuality 4. . not-root conditions. prenascence 4. faculty 7. presence 7. proximity 4. presence 4. dissociation 4. dissociation 7. conascence 4. non-disappearance 4. not-root. nutriment 4. . contiguity 4. nutriment 7. association 4. dependence 7. mutuality 7. path 7. conascence 7. resultant 1. conascence 1. path 3. absence 4.BY Threes 060000 With not-repetiton. kamma 4. dependence 4. object7 . jhaýna 4.

disapperance 7. presence 1. mutuality 1. presence 1. conascence 1. 210000 By Threes 030000 With not-kamma. dependence 1. proximity 1. nutriment 1. conditions. non-disappearance 1. -8 1 2 040000 strong-dependence 1. dependence 1. . not-root. . disappearance 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos . prenascence 1. repetition 1. faculty 1. nondisappearance 1. jhaýna 1. contiguity 1. association 1. not-object conditions. not-object 1. dissociation 1. absence 1. conascence 1. (Abbreviated. not-root. mutuality 1. 210000 By Fours 050000 With not-kamma. nutriment 1.

predominance 17. association 4. object 7. . dissociation 1. presence 1. dependence 17. dependence 4. conascence 4. prenascence 4. strongdependence 4. strong-dependence 7. absence 7. proximity 7. 210000 By Threes 050000 With not-resultant. jhaýna 17. conascence 17. mutuality 1.) . not-root. (Abbreviated. jhaýna 4. kamma 4. nutriment 1. dissociation 17. dependence 1. contiguity 7. . not-object conditions. prenascence 7. repetition 7. repetition 4. With not-resultant condition. kamma 1. jhaýna 1. faculty 1. mutuality 4. nutriment 17. nutriment 4. object 4. non-disappearance 4. presence 17. disappearance 7. presence 4. dissociation 4. facuity 17. non-disappearance 1. kamma 17. 210000 By Fours 060000 With not-resultant. path 17. proximity 4. root 17. non-disappearance 17. mutuality 7. absence 4. path 3. disappearance 4. conascence 1. . association 7.070000 322. not-root conditions. facuity 4. contiguity 4.

mutuality 1. With not-faculty condition. presence 1. presence 1. kamma 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 210000 By Twos 030000 324. . non-disappearance 1. . (Abbreviated. non-disappearance 1. faculty 1. mutuality 1.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 210000 By Twos 060000 . (Abbreviated. . kamma 1. conascence 1. dependence 1. With not-nutriment condition. dependence 1. .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 210000 By Twos 050000 323. conascence 1. nutriment 1.

not-object conditions. resultant 1. dissociation 1. prenascence 1. presence 1. dependence 1. kamma 1. non-disappearance 1. faculty 1. mutuality 1. jhaýna 1. disappearance 1. proximity 1. disappearance 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 060000 326. nutriment 1. association 1. contiguity 1. conascence 1. kamma 1. conascence 1. presence 1. . non-disappearance 1. mutuality 1. faculty 1. (Abbreviated. proximity 1. absence 1. . dissociation 1. . association 1. conascence 1. not-root.325. . object 1. dependence 1. object 1. . . non-disappearance 1. nutriment 1. absence 1. contiguity 1. presence 1. strong-dependence 1. resultant 1. . . repetition 1. kamma 1. faculty 1. . With not-jhaýna condition. nutriment 1. mutuality 1. With not-path condition. strongdependence 1. dependence 1. prenascence 1. 210000 By Fours 050000 With not-jhaýna.

resultant 1. nutriment 1. non-disappearance 1. nutriment 5. kamma 5. root 5. dependence 5. . dissociation 1. mutuality 1. presence 5. non-disappearance 1. (Abbreviated. not-root conditions. dissociation 5. faculty 1. not-root.) 210000 . not-object conditions. 210000 By Threes 020000 With not-association. faculty 5.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 210000 By Twos 050000 327. kamma 1. jhaýna 5. . predominance 5. path 5. nondisappearance 5. . conascence 1 mutuality 1. dependence 1. jhaýna 1. . conascence 1. . presence 1. With not-association condition. resultant 1.210000 By Fours 060000 With not-path. (Abbreviated. .

predominance 3. path 3. disappearance 2. disappearance 3. resultant 1. conascence 2. association 3. presence 3. absence 2. conascence 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 With not-dissociation. object 3. proximity 3. association 2. nutriment 2. contiguity 3. nutriment 3. absence 3. proximity 2. dependence 3. object 2. repetition 1. repetition 3. . contiguity 2. kamma 3. mutuality 3. root 3. non-disappearance 2. not-root conditions. faculty 3. faculty 2. With not-dissociation condition. path 1. jhaýna 3. kamma 2. non-disappearance 3. strong-dependence 3. jhaýna 2. mutuality 2. dependence 2. strongdependence 2.010000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 060000 328. presence 2.

(same as not-object condition). . (Abbreviated.210000 By Fours 050000 With not-dissociation. . conascence 1. not-root. non-disappearance 1. not-object conditions. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE IV. nutriment 1. . I. . . mutuality 1. FAULTLESS TRIPLET I. Not-disappearance 210000 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With not-absence condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence. with not-disappearance 080000 condition. dependence 1. "SUPPROTED" CHAPTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Positive Root 17 . kamma 1. . presence 1. End of "CONDITIONED " CHAPTER. faculty 1. . End of negative-Positive in "Conditioned " Chapter.

arise three aggregates supported by three aggregates. arises one aggregate . (3) 330. -8 1 2 0 23 0 0 0 0 Supported by faultless aggregates. arises faulty state by root condition. Supported by one faulty aggregate. (ii) Supported by faultless state. . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. (iii) Supported by faultless state. Supported by one faultless aggregate. (iv) Supported by faulty state. supported by two aggregates. supported by two aggregates. arise three aggregates. arises indeterminate state by root condition. Supported by one faultless aggregate. arise two aggregates. arise two aggregates. . arises mind-produced matter. supported by three aggregates. arises indeterminate state by root condition. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter .090000 329. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (v) Supported by faulty state. (i) Supported by faultless state. arises faultless state by root condition. . supported by two aggregates.

arises indeterminate state by root condition. arises mind-produced matter. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . supported one resultant 070000 indeterminate aggregate. supported by two aggregates. supported by three aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. arise two aggregates and mine-produeced matter.Supported by faulty aggregates. arise three aggregates and kamma- . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . (3) 331. Supported by one faulty aggregate. (vi) Supported by faulty state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Supported by one resultant indeterminate of functional 050000 indeterminate aggregate. . arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. (vii) Supported by indeterminate state. supported by two aggregates.

supported by three aggregates. arise aggregates . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Supported by (heart-)base. arise three great prima040000 ries . arises (heart-)base . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Supported by one great primary. supported by aggregates. supported by three great primaries arises. supported by two great primaries. supported by two aggregates. arises faultless state by root condition. supported by (heart-)base. arise resultant indeterminate 0 37 0 0 0 0 or functional indeterminate aggregates. arise two great primaries . supported by freat priamries. . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . (viii) Supported by indeterminate state. one great primary .produced matter . arise one aggregate and kamma-produced matter .

arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. Supported by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base. (x) Supported by indeterminate state. Supported by (heart-)base. supported by two aggregates and (heart-)base arise two aggregates. . (xi) Supported by indeterminate state. Supported by one faultless aggregate and (heart-)base . Supported by (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter. (5) 332. arise faultless aggregates. (xii) Supported by faultless and indeterminate state. arise faulty aggregates . arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. arises mind-produced matter. arises indeterminate state by root condition. arises mind-produced matter.Supported by (heart-)base . Supported by faultless aggregates and great primaries. arise three aggregates. . supported by two aggregates and (heart-)- . . (ix) Supported by indeterminate state. arises faulty state by root condition. supported by great primaries. Supported by (heart-)base. supported by great primaries. arise faulty aggregates. arise faultless and indeterminate states by root condition. . arise faultless aggregates . (xiv) Supported by faultless and indeterminate state . arise three aggregates. (xiii) Supported by faultless and indeterminate state. arises faultless state by root condition.

arises mind-produced matter. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 0 11 0 0 0 0 . arise three aggregates. supported by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises indeterminate state by root condition. (3) (xv) Supported by faulty and indeterminate state. supported by faultless aggregates and great primaries. arise three aggregates. arise faulty and indeterminate states by root condition. arise two aggregates. . arise two aggregates . arises mind-produced matter.) I. Supported by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter. (xvii) Supported by faulty and indeterminate state. arises faulty state by root condition. .base. . arise two aggregates . Supported by one faulty aggregate and (heart-)base. . (xvi) Supported by faulty and indeterminate state. supported by faulty aggregates and great primaries. -8 1 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 Supported by faulty aggregates and great primaries. (3) (Expand in the same way as "Conditioned" Chapter. supported by two aggregates and (heart-)base.

prenascence 7. arises indeterminare state by not-root condition. (Expand in the same way as "Conditioned" Chapter. (i) Supported by faulty state. (1) (ii) Supported by indeterminate state. arises faulty state by not-root condition. repetition 7. conascence 17. non-disappearance 17. object 7. resultant 1. With root (there are) 17 (answers). presence 17. 2. faculty 17. Supported by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. dependence 17. strong-dependence 7. disappearance 7. predominance 17. association 7. absence 7. contiguity 7. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . proximity 7. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. path 17. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 4 080000 334. nutriment 17. mutuality 7.333. dissociation 17.) End of Positive in "Supported" Chapter. kamma 17. jhaýna 17.

arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . supported by three aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . . . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter. supported by one 060000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. supported by (heart-)base. arise mind-produced and . supported by aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter .) Supported by one rootless resultant indeterminate or 040000 functional indeterminate aggregates. arise one aggregate and mind-produced matter . . arise three great prima030000 ries. . supported by two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Supported by one great primary. supported by two aggregates. arise aggregates . arises (heart-)base . supported by great primaries.

. (2) (iv) Supported by faulty and indeterminate state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External. arise rootless resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. arise three great primaries. arises eye-consciousness. . 0 13 0 0 0 0 supported by body-base. . by not-root condition. . . arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. temperature-pro040000 duced. supported by one great primary of non-percipient beings.kamma-produced derived matter . . nutriment-produced. supported by great primaries. (iii) Supported by indeterminate state. arises body-consciousness . arises faulty state. . . arises kamma-produced derived matter . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Supported by eye-base. Supported by (heart-)base. arises faulty state by doubt-root condition. supported by (heart-)base. . .

not-kamma 7. not-disappearance 5. not-absence 5. notdissociation 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 17. not-postnascence 17. notproximity 5. not-object 5.NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 . not-association 5. not-strongdependence 5. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. (1) (Expand in the same way as " Conditioned " Chapter. . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 070000 335. not-nutriment 1. notrepetition 17. -8 1 2 020000 3. not-path 1.Supported by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates and (heart-)base. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE . With not-root 4. not-prenascence 7. . not-faculty 1.) 010400 020000 2. not-contiguity 5. End of Negative in "Supported" Chapter. not-resultant 17. not-mutuality 5. .

not-prenascence 7. . . non-disappearance 4. not-dissociation 3. dissociation 4.) End of Negative-Positive in "Supported" Chapter. not-postnascence 17. presence 4. nutriment 4. not-object 5. not-proximity 5. proximity 4. faculty 4. not-strongdependence 5. conascence 4. contiguity 4. With not-root condition. (Abbreviated. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 0 14 0 0 0 0 337. (Abbreviated. notrepetition 17. mutuality 4. association 4. not-contiguity 5. . strong-dependence 4. resultant 1. not-resultant 17. object 4. not-kamma 7. not-disappearance 5 . dependence 4. disappearance 4. path 3. .By Twos 0 10 0 0 0 0 336. . not-absence 5. The . not-association 5. not-mutuality 5. (The term "Conditioned " is the same as "Supported". kamma 4. jhaýna 4. prenascence 4. repetition 4.) End of Positive-Negative in "Supported" Chapter 4. absence 4. . not-predominance 17. With root condition.

FAULTLESS TRIPLET V. arise three aggregates . arises one aggregate . (1) 210000 -8 1 2 080000 (ii) Conjoined with faulty state. conjoined with two aggregates.term "Supported" is the same as "Conditioned". conjoined with three aggregates. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates..) End of "SUPPORTED" CHAPTER I. conjoined with three aggregates. ( . arises indeterminate state by root condition. arises faultless state by root condition. arises one aggregate . (i) Conjoined with faultless state. "CONJOINED" CHAPTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER I. Conjoined with one faultless aggregate. arise two aggregates. (1) (iii) Conjoined with indeterminate state. arises faulty state by root condition. CONDITIONED : POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 050000 338. Conjoined with one faulty aggregate. conjoined with two aggregates.

arise three aggregates .. conjoined with two aggregates. . arises one aggregate . arise three aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates. conjoined with two aggregates. arises faultless state by object condition . by predominance condition (there is no " At the moment of conception" in predominance ). Conjoined with faultless state. arise two aggregates . conjoined with one resul050000 tant indeterminate aggregate. etc. conjoined with three aggregates.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conjoined with one resultant indeterminate or functional 040000 indeterminate aggregate. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object. by . arises one aggregate . . 3 090000 339. . . conjoined with three aggregates.

proximity condition . arises faultless state by prenascence condition. arises one aggregate . (ii) Conjoined with faulty state. . (i) Conjoined with faultless state. (conjoined -8 1 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 with heart-)base. arise two aggregates .by contiguity condition . by strong-dependence condition. . Conjoined with one aggregate. (iii) Conjoined with indeterminate state. . . conjoined with three aggregates. by dependence condition. by conascence condition. . conjoined with three aggregates.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 340. (arise faulty aggregates) by prenascence condition. arises indeter- . (All sections are the same as root condition.by mutuality condition. . aggregate. arises faulty state by prenascence condition. (conjoined with heart-)base. conjoined with two aggregates. . arise two aggregates . . (arise faultless aggregates) by prenascence condition. arise three aggregates . arise three aggregates . arises one aggregate . Conjoined with one faultless. . conjoined with two aggregates. . . .

. conjoined wiht indeterminate state.minate state by prenascence condition. . Conjoined with one resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregate. . faulty state. . arise two aggregates . Conjoined with faultless state. (conjoined with six). . . arises one aggregate . arises indeterminate state by repetition condition. (arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates) by prenascence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 3 060000 342. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 3 060000 341. . bases. Conditioned with one functional indeterminate aggregate. conjoined with two aggregates. arises faultless state by kamma condition. . . Conjoined with indeterminate state. Conjoined with faulty state. . . . Conjoined with faultless state. arise three aggregates . conjoined with three aggregates. .

..2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 1 050000 343.by association condition. etc. . . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 3 020000 345. . . . -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 . . . . by faculty condition. by jhaýna condition . Conjoined with indeterminates state. Conjoined with faultless state. . (All these sections are the same as root condition. . . arises indeterminate state by resultant condition. arises faultless state by dissociation condition. arises faultless state by nutriment condition. . (i) Conjoined with faultless state. 3 060000 344. by path condition. (Conjoined with one) resultant indeterminate. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment.

(Same as root condition.by absence condition. (conjoined with heart-)base. . . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 347. .(conjoined with six) bases. . . . . With root 3. . Conjoined with faultless state.. arises faultless state by presence condition. proximity 3. arise three aggregates. object 3. etc. (arise resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates) by dissociation condition. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence. . (iii). .) I. . . . faulty state. conjoined with two aggregates. produminance 3. (arise faultless aggregates) by dissociation condition. . 3 070000 346.by non-disappearance condition. arise two aggregates (conjoined with heart-)base. . by disappearance condition.Conjoined with one faultless aggregate. (ii) . indeterminate state. (arise faulty aggregates) by dissociation condition. . .

predominance 3. mutuality 3. object 3. association 3. conascence 3.) . path 3. strongdependence 3. nondisappearance 3. dependence 3. nutriment 3. prenascence 3. absence 3. . dependence 3. path 3. contiguity 3. resultant 1. dissociation 3. . jhaýna 3. kamma 3. prenascence 3. proximity 3.contiguity 3. kamma 3. conascence 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos 070000 349. mutuality 3. repetition 3. strong-dependence 3. (Expande root condition. dissocia- . With repetition condition and root 3. faculty 3. association 3. With root condition and object 3. jhaýna 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 040000 348. faculty 3. presence 3. nutriment 3. disappearance 3.

non-disappearance 3.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 090000 350. . faculty 1.tion 3. kamma 1. nutriment 1. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 2 080000 351. object 1. (i) Conjoined with faulty state. Conjoined with doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accom- . mutuality 1. arises faulty state by not-root condition. End of Positive in "Conjoined" Chapter 2. conascence 1. non-dissappearance 1. dependence 1.jhaýna 1. prenascence 1. absence 3. With resultant condition and root 1. association 1. disappearance 3. strong-dependence 1. . path 1. proximity 1. presence 3. predominance 1. (Abbreviated. contiguity 1. .

arises one aggregate . . (ii) Conjoined with indeterminate state.panied aggregates. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . conjoined with two aggregates. conjoined with three aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conjoined with one rootless resultant indeterminate or 040000 functional indeterminate aggregate. arise three aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. arise two aggregates. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. arises indeterminate state by not-root condition. arise three aggregates . arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates. conjoined with one 050000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. conjoined with three aggregates. conjoined with two aggregates.

3 060000 352. faulty state . Conjoined with faultless state. .Not-predominance. In the immaterial plane. indeterminate state . . Not-repetition 3 050000 . . . conjoined with two aggregates. arise three aggregates. arises faultless state by not-predominance condition .) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 010000 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Misplaced under 353. (. by not-prenascence condition. .. . conjoined with one faultless aggregate. 010000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 3. . . arise two aggregates. . . etc. .. .

arises faultless state by not-postnascence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 3 090000 355. . three. . (iii) Conjoined with indeterminate state. Conjoined with faultless state . . arises indeterminate state by not-kamma condition. Conjoined with indeterminate state. . . arises functional indeterminate volition. arises indeterminate . . . arises faultless volition. Conjoined with faultless aggregates. Conjoined with faulty aggregates. arises faulty volition. Conjoined with functional indeterminate aggregates. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 354. . arises faulty state by not-kamma condition. . by not-repetition condition. Conjoined with faultless state. (i) Conjoined with faultless state. (ii) Conjoined with faulty state. faulty state . three. arises faultless state by not-kamma condition. .353.

conjoined with two aggregates. . arises indeterminate state by not-jhaýna condition. Conjoined with indeterminate state.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 1 070000 356. arises indeterminate state by not-path condition. Conjoined with one functional indeterminate aggregate. arise three aggregates. but there are for all the rest. Conjoined with indeterminate state. there is no " conception" for not-kamma and not-resultant. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . Conjoined with one five-fold consciousness-accompanied aggregate. . (In the classification of the Negative in " Conjoined " Chapter. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 1 030000 357. arise two aggregates.state by not-resultant condition. .

. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. (i) Conjoined with faultless state.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conjoined with one rootless resultant indeterminate or 010000 R-8 1 2 030000 functional indeterminate aggregate. arise two aggregates . conjoined with two aggregates. . arises fautless state by not-dissociation condition. . . (ii) Conjoined with faulty state. . arise three aggregates. conjoined with two aggregates. arise two aggregates. . arise three aggregates. . conjoined with one faultless aggregate. In the immaterial plane. arises faulty state by notdissociation condition. 020000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 3 0 19 0 0 0 0 358.

) 2. (Three is no " conception" in not-dissociation. arise three aggregates. arise two aggregates. . not-jhaýna 1. not-repetition 3. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 030000 . . arise two aggregates. With not-root 2. CONDITION : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 050000 359. conjoined with one faulty aggregate. conjoined with two aggregates.In the immaterial plane. In the immaterial plane. conjoined with two aggregates. conjoined with one resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregate. notresutant 3. (iii) Conjoined with indeterminate state. not-dissociation 3. not-prenascence 3. arises indeterminate state by not-dissociation condition. not-predominance 3. not-postnascence 3. not-kamma 3. arise three aggregates. not-path 1. .

not-jhaýna 1. not-prenascence conditions and not-postnascence 2. notprenascence 2. not-predominance.360. not-path 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-root. . not-dissociation 2. 210000 . . not-repetition 2. not-path 1. not-dissociation 2. . With not-root condition and not-predominance 2. not-dissociation 2. not-predominance. notresultant 2. not-resultant 2. . not-path 1. not-dissociation 2. not-postnascence 2. not-prenascence. not-postnascence 2. not-repetition 2. . . not-kamma 1 . 210000 By Sixes 040000 With not-root. not-repetition. not-resultant 2. not-path 1. not-postnascence . notresultant 2. conditions and not-kamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-repetition 2. not-kamma 1. not-predominance conditions and not-prenascence 2. 210000 By Threes 040000 With not-root. not-kamma 1.

210000 By Threes . not-repetition. not-postnascence 3. not-path conditions and not-dissociation 1. not-predominance . not-path 1. . not-kamma. not-jhaýna 1. not-path 1. not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation1. 210000 By Nine 040000 With not-root. . not-postnascence. not-resultant. not-repetition 3. . With not-predominance condition and not-root 2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 050000 361.resultant 1. notprenascence 3. not-prenascence. notkamma 3. . not-predominance. not-kamma coditions and not. not-resultant 3. .By Sevens 040000 With not-root.

not-repetition 2. notkamma 3. not-kamma 1. not-postnascence 2. not-repetition 2. . not-jhaýna 1.060000 With not-predominance. -8 1 2 030000 not-resultant 2. not-root conditions and not-prenascence 2. (Abbreviated. not-path 1. (Abbreviated. . not-kamma 1. notpredominance 3. not-path 1. . not-postnascence 2. not-dissociation 3. not-root conditions and not-predominance 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 040000 362. not-dissociation 2. not-path 1. . .) . 210000 By Threes 020000 With not-prenascence. . not-postnascence 2. not-repetition 2. not-dissociation 2. not-resultant 2. not-resultant 3. With not-prenascence condition and not-root 2.

not-postnascence 3. . Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 050000 363. . not-prenascence 2. not-path 1. notjhaýna 1. not-postnascence 2. . with not-repetition condition and not-root 2.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. (Abbreviated. With not-kamma condition not-root 1. not-resultant 3. notresultant 2. . not-path 1. not-prenascence 3. not-predomi- . With not-postnascence condition. not-kamma 3. . not-dissociation 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 210000 By Twos 040000 364. not-dissociation 2. not-kamma 1. not-predominance 3. not-root conditions and not-predominance 2. not-jhaýna 1. 210000 By Threes 060000 With not-repetition.

With not-resultant condition and not-root 2. 210000 By Threes 050000 With not-kamma. not-repetition conditions and not- . . . not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 3. not-path 1. not-path 1. . not-prenascence 3. not-kamma 3. not-dissociation 1. not-root conditions and not-predominance 1.nance 3. . not-root. not-postnascence. not-repetition 1. (Abbreviated. not-prenascence 3. not-repetition 3. . not-predominance. not-postnascence 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 040000 365. 210000 By Sevens 040000 With not-resultant . not-dissociation 3. notresultant 1. not-predominance 3. not-prenascence. not-postnascence 3. not-path 1. not-dissociation 3. . not-postnascence 3. not-resultant 3.

not-dissociation 2. 210000 By Six 040000 With not-jhaýna. . not-predominance 1. With not-jhaýna condition and not-root 1. not-root. not-path 1. . . . not-predominance. not-postnascence 1. not-postnascence.(Abbreviated. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 060000 367. not-path 1. . not-predomi- .kamma 1. . not-repetition 1. With not-path condition and not-root 1. not-repetition conditions and not-path 1.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 210000 By Twos 030000 366.

not-kamma 1. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 3. not-prena- . not-path 1. . . not-dissociation 1. not-resultant 3. not-postnascence 2. not-predominance.nance 1. . 210000 By Threes 040000 With not-dissociation. not-root conditions and not-predominance 2. not-prenascence 3. not-kamma 1. 210000 By Nine 070000 With not-dissociation. not-postnascence 1. . (Abbreviated. not-resultant 2. not-prenascence 2. With not-dissociation condition and not-root 2. not-path 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 040000 368. . not-repetition 2. not-repetition 1. not-prenascence 1. not-predominance 3. . not-root. not-resultant 1. not-kamma 3. not-jhaýna 1.

not-repetition. End of Negative 3. notresultant 3. not-kamma 3. not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 3. not-resultant 3. not-prenascence 3. not-predominance 3. With root condition. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 040000 With root and object conditions. not-dissociation 3. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE -NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 050000 369. not-repetition 3. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence. not-predominance 3. not-dissociation 3. 210000 By Fours .scence. not-kamma notresultant conditions and not-path 1. notprenascence 3. not-kamma 3.

contiguity. . not-resultant 3. . . . 210000 By Elevens 050000 With root. .prena scence 3. kamma. not-postnascence 3. not. not-dissociation 3. repetition. . object. not-kamma 3. object and predominance conditions. . not-resultant 3. not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 3. 210000 By Twenty-threes (with repetition) 040000 With root. . prenascence and repetition conditions. . object . not-kamma 3. strong-dependence and prenascence conditions. not-resultant 3.040000 With root. 210000 By Twelves (with repetition) 030000 With root. . object. not-repetition 3. not-repetition 3. nutriment. mutuality. . not-resultant 3. proximity. . . not-kamma 3. dependence. predominance. not-postnascence 3. prenascence. conascence. and non-disappearance conditions.

not-jhaýna 1. . 210000 By Twenty-threes (with resultant) 050000 With root. not-path 1. . not-predominance 3. -8 1 2 210000 . not-repetition 3. not-resultant 3. not-postnascence 3. resultant. notdissociation 3. nutriment. not-root 2. kamma. . not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 1. . prenascence. prenascence. object. . not-postnascence 1. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 By Twos 040000 370. . With object condition. notkamma 3. . not-repetition. kamma and resultant conditions.210000 By Thirteens (with resultant) 030000 With root. and non-disappearance conditions. object. not-prenascence 3.

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 By Twos 040000 371. not-kamma 3. 070000 372. etc. With proximity condition. . (Abbreviated. 210000 By Threes.By Threes 040000 With object and root conditions. with contiguity condition . not-resultant 3. . not-dissociation 3. . 030000 With predominance and root conditions. With predominance condition. . . . (Abbreviated.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity. . not-predominance 3. notpostnascence 3. not-repetition 3. etc. not-prenascence 3.

. not-postnascence 3. with conascence condition. not-repetition 3. with mutuality condition. not-repetition 3. not-resultant 3. (Expand in the same way as object condition. . not-predominance 3. not-postnascence 3. . . with strong-dependence condition. not-path 1. (Abbreviated. not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 3. . not. . . not-predominance 3.. not-root 2. . with dependence condition. . .resultant 3. With prenasscence condition. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 040000 With prenascence and root conditions.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos . . . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 210000 By Twos 030000 373.

not-postnascence 3. not-path 1. not-jhaýna 1. . With repetition condition. not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 030000 . not-root 2. not-predominance 3.040000 374. not-kamma 3. not-root 2. not-resultant 3. not-dissociation . notprenasscence 3. not-prenascence 3. . notresultant 3. . not-postnascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-repetition 3. (Abbreviated.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 By Twos 040000 375. notresultant 3. With kamma condition. 210000 By Threes 030000 With repetition and root conditions. not-predominance 3. not-dissociation 3. not-postnascence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-dissociation 3. not-path 1.

not-predominance 3. . not- . With nutriment condition. . not-predominance 3. (Abbreviated. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 040000 376. not-root 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 210000 By Twos 050000 377. . notjhaýna 1. not-postnascence 3. . (Abbreviated. 210000 By Threes 030000 With resultant and root conditions. not-prenascence 3. not-repetition 3. not-path 1. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-postnascence 1. not-root 1.With kamma and root conditions. With resultant condition. not-predominance 1. not-predominance 1. not-dissociation 1. .

not-resultant 3.) -8 1 2 . not-path 1. not-predominance 3. 210000 By Threes 030000 With faculty and root conditions. not-predominance 3. (Abbreviated.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 By Twos 050000 378. 210000 By Threes 030000 With nutriment and root conditions. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 3. . not-resultant 3. not-root 2. . not-postnascence 3. notdissociation 3.kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. With faculty condition. . notkamma 3. not-jhaýna 1. . . not-repetition 3. . (Abbreviated. not-dissociation 3. not-path 1.

not-predominance 3. (Abbreviated. not- . not-repetition 3. not-repetition 3.010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 210000 By Twos 040000 379. not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. . not-prenascence 3. . not-predominance 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 By Twos 040000 380. 210000 By Threes 040000 With jhaýna and root conditions. . not-resultant 3. notkamma 3. With jhaýna condition. not-predominance 3. With path condition. not-postnascence 3. not-root 1. not-prenascence 3. not-root 2. not-path 1.

. (Abbreviated. . not-predominance . not-postnascence 3.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 210000 By Twos 050000 381. . not-root 2. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 3. . not-resultant 3.) . not-resultant 3. . not-dissociation 3. not-path 1. 210000 By Threes 040000 With association and root conditions. notdissociation 3. not-prenascence 3. . not-kamma 3. 210000 By Threes 040000 With path and root conditions. With association condition. not-repetition 3. not-predominance 3. (Abbreviated.kamma 3.

. not-predominance 3. not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-prenascence 1. not-path 1. . not-kamma 3. not-resultant 3. not-jhaýna 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 210000 By Twos 040000 382. 210000 By Twelves . notkamma 3. 210000 By Threes 030000 With dissociation and root conditions. not-root 2. . not-postnascence 3. With dissociation condition. not-repetition 3. not-repetition 3. root and object conditions. not-predominance 3. not-repetition 3. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 040000 With dissociation. not-prenascence 1. not-resultant 3. not-resultant 3.

nutriment. not-repetition 1.prenascence. . 080000 383. and non-disappearance conditions. . . root. not-resultant 3. not-resultant 3. With presence condition. . and prenascence conditions. . . resultant. prenascence. .040000 With dissociation. 210000 By Twenty-threes (with repetition) 040000 With dissociation. . kamma. . not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 3. . root. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence. . etc. repetition. not-kamma 3. with disappearance condition. 210000 By Twenty-threes (with resultant) 050000 With dissociation. . with absence condition. kamma. . nutriment. . . with non-disappearance . . . . root object. not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 3. . and non-disappearance conditions.

jhaýna 2. repetition 3. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 020000 With not-root and not-predominance conditions. dependence 3. non-disappearance 2. absence 2. (Expand in the same way as object condition. strong-dependence 2. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 060000 384. resultant 1. prenascence 2. dissociation 2. object 2. non-disappearance 2 (All are 2) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . mutualtiy 2. disappearance 2. . object 2 . presence 2. path 1. nutriment 2 . conascence 2. With not-root condition. contiguity 2. proximity 2. kamma 2.condition. 4. association 2.) End of Positive-Negative. faculty 2. .

210000 By Sevens 070000 With not-root. nutriment 1. dependence 2. proximity 2. strong-dependence 2. mutuality 2. . not-repetition and not-kamma conditions. conascence 2. presence 2. object 1. not-predominance. mutuality 1. object 2. nondisappearance 1. . presence 1. dissociation 1. strong-dependence 1. . association 2. dependence 1. proximity 1. not-postnascence. faculty 1. contiguity 1. absence 1. faculty 2. not-predominance and not-prenascence conditions. (All are 1). resultant 1. disappearance 1. absence 2. not-prenascence. nutriment 2.. . 010000 210000 By Fours 070000 With not-root. disappearance 2. non-disappearance 2. contiguity 2. jhaýna 1. . conascence 1. association 1. path 1. repetition 1. jhaýna 2. 210000 By Tens . kamma 2.

non-disappearance 3. contiguity 1. strong-dependence 1. object 1. not-postnascence. jhaýna 1. object 3 . absence 1. non-disappearance 2. conascence 1.090000 With not-root. not-predominance. root 3. (Not-resultant. (When not-root is taken with not-predominance. nutriment 1. association 1. not-repetition. proximity 1. not-dissociation and not-kamma conditions are the same. presence 1. . . non-disappearance 1. faculty 1. mutuality 1. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 030000 385. With not-predominance condition. not-path and not-dissociation conditions. not-resultant. 210000 By Threes 050000 With not-predominance and not-root conditions. not-path. disappearance 1. object 2 .) . make it the same as not-root condition. not-kamma. not-prenascence. dependence 1. .

There are three questions in those sections which are left out. With not-prenascence condition. kamma 3. (Expand all sections. Not-prenascence condition is completed in the same way as not-predominance condition. When not-root is taken with notprenascence. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 090000 386.410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Except resultant and path which are 1. . there is only one question with repetition and path.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma . object 3 . resultant 1. root 3. The rest are the same as not-root condition. . repetition 3.

presence 3. faculty 1. prenascence 3. disappearance 1.210000 By Twos 070000 387. mutuality 1. non-disappearance 1 . strong-dependence 3. absence 3. predominance 3. association 3. proximity 3. association 1. 210000 By Threes 060000 With not-kamma and not-root conditions. not-predominance and notprenascence conditions. dependence 1. contiguity 1. contiguity 3. disappearance 3.path 3. conascence 3. . . mutuality 1. proximity 1. contiguity 1. proximity 1. mutuality 3. With not-kamma condition. dependence 3. conascence 1. dissociation 3. nutriment 3. jhaýna 1. dependence 1. repetition 1. . faculty 3. object 1. root 3. strong-dependence 1. presence 1. not-root. object 1. . prenascence 1. 210000 By Fives 080000 With not-kamma. dissociation 1. jhaýna 3. nutriment 1. conascence 1. object 3. nondisappearance 3. strong-dependence 1. repetition 3. absence 1.

non-disappearance 1. disappearance 2. conascence 3. strong-dependence 2. kamma 2. (Abbreviated. non-disappearance 3.) 230000 . presence 2. dependence 2.nutriment 1. Complete) . jhaýna 2. jhaýna 1. root 3. association 1. path 1. faculty 1. . (Expand all the remaining sections in this way. absence 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 020000 388. . mutuality 2. disappearance 1. All the rest are the same as not-root condition. Abbreviated. association 2. repetition 1. proximity 2. nutriment 2. object 2. -8 1 2 210000 By Fives 080000 With not-resultant. . not-predominance and notprenascence conditions. (It is different only with not-resultant condition. presence 1. nondisappearance 2. faculty 2. absence 1. contiguity 2. not-root. . . With not-resultant condition.

kamma 1.Not-jhaýna By twos 060000 389. not-repetition and not-path conditions. mutuality 1. kamma 1. absence 1. not-postnascence. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 060000 . not-predominance. proximity 1. presence 1. contiguity 1. faculty 1. disappearance 1. dissociation 1. dissociation 1. . prenascence 1. dependence 1. nutriment 1. mutuality 1. strongdependence 1. strongdependence 1. conascence 1. object 1. With not-jhaýna condition. contiguity 1. resultant 1. presence 1. conascence 1. proximity 1. non-disappearance 1. faculty 1. not-root. prenascence 1. 210000 By Sevens 080000 With not-jhaýna. nutriment 1. dependence 1. non-disappearance 1. disappearance 1. . absence 1. association 1. object 1. association 1. resultant 1.

210000 By Fives 030000 With not-path.390. With not-path conditions. object 1. . absence 1. dissociaiton 1. . dependence 1. faculty 1. nutriment 1. disappearance 1. jhaýna 1. proximity 1. proximity 1. not-predominance and not-prenascence conditions. conascence 1. jhaýna 1. presence 1. faculty 1. resultant 1. absence 1. 220000 By Sixes. kamma 1. presence 1. association 1. association 1. contiguity 1. dissociation 1. nutriment 1. non-disappearance 1. . not-root. mutuality 1. mutuality 1. disappearance 1. etc. 210000 030000 -8 1 2 030000 resultant 1. prenascence 1. conascence 1. nondisappearance 1. contiguity 1. kamma 1. strong-dependence 1. dependence 1. . repetition 1. strong-dependence 1. object 1.

root 3. nutriment 2. non-disappearance 2. presence 2. predominance 3. disappearance 3. repetition 2. presence 3. . kamma 2. object 3. kamma 3. With not-dissociation condition. disappearance 2. not-root. . contiguity 2. dependence 2. proximity 2. . absence 2. conascence 2. repetition 3. nutriment 3. contiguity 3.0 1 -1 1 0 0 With not-path. . mutuality 2. mutuality 3. jhaýna 3. strong-dependence 2. . non-disappearance 3. association 2. proximity 3. absence 3. faculty 2. faculty 3. conascence 3. association 3. object 2. jhaýna 1. strong-dependence 3.) 020000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 060000 391. 210000 By Threes 060000 With not-dissociation and not-root conditions. . path 3. dependence 3. (Abbreviated. resultant 1.

not-kamma. dependence 1. -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 Associated with one faultless aggregate. arises one aggregate . not-predominance. mutuality 1. conascence 1. association 1. nutriment 1. presence 1. jhaýna 1.210000 By Nine 0 14 0 0 0 0 With not-dissociation. not-root. disappearance 1. not-resultant and not-path conditions (These three conditions are the same ). object 1. (i) Associated with faultless state. End of Negative-Positive End of "CONJOINED" CHAPTER. absence 1. not-prenascence. 1. not-postnascence (Not-repetition condition is also the same as not-root). " ASSOCIATION" CHAPTER I. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 020000 392. arise three aggregates . arises faultless state by root condition. contiguity 1. strong-dependence 1. faculty 1. associated with three aggregates. proximity 1. nondisappearance 1. FAULTLESS TRIPLET VI.

arise one aggregates . arise two aggregates . arise two aggregates. arise two aggregates. arises faulty state by root condition. Associated with one faulty aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (iii) Associated with indeterminate state. associated with three aggregates. arise indeterminate state by root condition. arises one aggregate . (ii) Associated with faulty state. 393. arises one aggregate . arise three aggregates associated with three aggregates. associated with three aggregates.associated with two aggregates. associated with one 070000 resultant indeterminate aggregate. arises one aggregate . 394. asso- . associated with two aggregates. arise three aggregates . associated with two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Associated with one resultant indeterminate or functional 040000 indeterminate aggregate.

arises faulty state by 040000 not-root condition. mutuality 3. (i) Associated with faulty state. proximity 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 2 210000 396. disappearance 3. faculty 3. resultant 1. arise two aggregates. kamma 3. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 0 10 0 0 0 0 395. path 3. . absence 3. Associated with doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accom- . contiguity 3. repetition 3.ciated with two aggregates. . strongdependence 3. jhaýna 3. End of Positive 2. prenascence 3. With root 3. nondisappearance 3. association 3. .) I. presence 3. . conascence 3. predominance 3. . object 3. dependence 3. (Abbreviated. nutriment 3. dissociation 3.

arise two aggregates . arises indeterminate state by not-root condition. (Abbreviated. associated with two aggregates.) -8 1 2 . (ii) Associated with indeterminate state. arises one aggregate . associated with 070000 one resultant indeterminate aggregate. arise three aggregates . arise two aggregates. associated with two aggregates. . arises one aggregate . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Associated with one rootless resultant indeterminate or 040000 functional indeterminate aggregate. . arise three aggregates .panied aggregates. associated with three aggregates. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. associated with three aggregates. 030000 397.

CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 398. (Abbreviated. not-kamma 3. not-dissociation 3. not-repetition 3.) End of Negative 3. (Abbreviated. not-jhaýna . With not-root 2. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By TWos 070000 399. notresultant 3. not-postnascence 3. notresultant 3. not-path 1. not-postnascence 3. not-dissociated 3. . . . not-repetition 3. . not-predominance 3.2. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-prenascence 3.Negative 4. . . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE . With root condition.) End of Positive.

(The term "Conjoined" is the same as "Associated ". prenascence 2.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 030000 400. non-disappearance 2. strong-dependence 2. . proximity 2. association 2. object 2. . mutuality 2. nutriment -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 2. path 1. faculty 2. kamma 2. resultant 1. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by root condition. . conascence 2. . contiguity 2. absence 2.) I. The term "Associated" is the same as "Conjoined". FAULTLESS TRIPLET VII. disappearance 2. repetition 2. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 7 0 25 0 0 0 0 401. With not-root condition. dependence 2. dissociation 2. jhaýna 1. "INVESTIGATION" CHAPTER I. presence 2. (Abbreviated.) End of Negative-Positive End of " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER.

(3) S-8 1 2 030000 403 (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state . Faultless root are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. Faulty roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition.Faultless roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (3) 402. (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by root condition. (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by root condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by root condition. Faultless roots are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. Faulty roots are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless (state) and indeterminated state by root condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by root condition. Faulty roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition.

(i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by object condition. resultant indeterminate 040000 roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and kammaproduced matter by root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate ot functional indeterminate 030000 roots are related by (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by root condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 9 0 28 0 0 0 0 404.by root condition. having undertaken the . After having offered the offering.

knowledge of future existences by object condition. (They) review purification. (ii) Faultless statae is relates to faulty state by object condition. (One) enjoys and delights in (such acts) formerly well done. review the Path. Taking it . knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. having undertaken the precept. (one) reviews it. having fulfilled the duty of observance.arises doubt.precept. having fulfilled the duty of observance. Faultless " nothingness" is related to faultless " neither-perception-nor-nonperception " by object condition. By the knowledge of penertration into others' minds (they) know the faultless mind of the other being. suffering and impersonality of the faultless (state). Faultless aggregates are related to knowledge of supernormal power. Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. Taking it as object. arises lust. having emerged from Path. knowledge of penetration into others' minds. After having offered the offering. Having emerged from jhaýna. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. arises restlessness. Faultless "infinity of space" is related to faultless "infinity of consciousness" by object condition. 405.. (one) enjoys and delights in it. Learners. (One) reviews (such acts) formerly well done. Learners review change of -lineage. (one) reviews the jhaýna. arises grief. arises wrong views .

the resultant arises as registering. suffering and impersonality of the faultless (state). Having emerged from jhaýna. arises doubt. Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the inpermanency. arises doubt. (iii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by object condition. (He) practises insight into the impermanency. Having emerged from (Arahatta) Path. . arises lust. When faultless (state) has ceased. the Arahat reviews the Path. 406. the resultant (state) arises as registering (consciousness). suffering and inpersonality of the faultless (state). arises grief. When faulty (state) has ceased. (Learners or common worldlings) enjoy and delight in the faultless (state). arises lust. arises restlessness. arise lust. arises restlessness. arises grief. arises doubt. Taking it (jhaýna ) as object.210000 -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 as object. arises restlessness. (one) regrets it and thereby arises grief. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds (he ) knows the faultless mind of the other being. arises wrong views.(one) enjoys and delights in the jhaýna. Taking it as object. When jhaýna has disappeared. arises wrong views. arises wrong views. (He) reviews (the faultless acts) formerly well done.

arises worng views. arises restlessness. (v) Faulty state is related to faultless state by object condition. arises doubt. Taking doubt as object. arises wrong views. arises doubt. arises wrong views. arises doubt. Taking restlessness as object. Faultless aggregates are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 arises restlessness. arises restlessness. arise doubt. Taking it as object. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. Taking it as object.Faultless "infinity of space" is relates to resultant or functional "infinity of consciousness" by object condition. arises doubt. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. arises lust. arises grief. (One) enjoys and delights in wrong views. (They) review . arises grief. Learners review the eradicated defilements. arises grief. 408. knowledge of future existences.(3) 407. arises resltless. arises lust. (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by object condition. arises grief. arise wrong views. Taking grief as object. (mind-door) advertence by object condition. arises wrong views. arises restlessness. Faultless "nothingness" is related to resultant or functional "neither-perception-nor-non-perception" by object condition. (One) enjoys and delights in lust. arises grief.

arises restlessness. the resultant arises as registering. When faulty (state) has ceased. suffering and impersonality of the faulty (state). arises doubt. knowledge of remembrance of past existence. (One) enjoys and delights in the faulty (state). the resultant arises as registering. Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. (He) knows the defilement addicted to before.the uneradicated defilements. (He) practises insight into the impermanency. By the knowledge of penertration into other's minds. arises lust. The Arahat reviews the eradicated defilements. (they) know the faulty mind of the other being. When faultless (state) has ceased. Faulty aggregates are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. . suffering and impersonality of the faulty (state). knowledge of future existences by object condition. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. arises wrong views. (They) know the defilements addicted to before. Learners or common worldling practise insight into the impermanency. 409. Taking it as object. (vi) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by object condition. arises grief. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. suffering and impersonality of the faulty (state). (he) knows the faulty mind of the other being.

. advertence by object condition. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma.Faulty aggregates are telated to knowledge of penetration into others' mind. suffering and impersonality of the eye (base) . .nose. . (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by object condition. . . taste. . knowledge of future existences. . Functional "infinity of space" is related to functional "infinity of consciousness" by object condition. hears the sound. . The Arahat reviews (Arahatta) Fruition. (He) reviews -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 Nibbaýna. . Nibbaýna is related to Fruition. . . . (mind-door) advertence by object condition.ear (base).. smell. tongue. suffering and impersonality of the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. . . The Arahat practises insight into the impermanency. By the power of divine-eye. Functional "nothingness " is related to functional "neither-perception- .body. (he) practises insight into the impermanency.visible object. . (3) 410. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. . (heart-)base . . By the knowledge of penetration into others' mind (he) knows the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate mind of the other being.tangible object. . By the power of divine-ear element. . sound. (The Arahat) sees the visible object. .

. smell.nose. . Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage. purification. . .tangible object. smell-base to nose-consciousness . .tongue. . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. Path by object condition. ear.taste. (they) practise insight into the inpermanency. (they) see the visible object. tangible object -base is related to body-consciousness by object condition. . suffering and impersonality of the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. -8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 By The power of divine-eye. .. . . . . . By the power of divine -ear element. (viii) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by object condition. . . (They) review Nibbaýna. Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency.(heart-)base . .body. 411.nor-non-perception" by object condition. knowledge of penetration into others' mind. sound-base to ear-consciousness . By the .visible object. . Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness by object condition . . hear the sound. suffering and impersonality of the eye . Learners review (lower) Fruition. taste-base to tongue-consciousness . . .sound. knowledge of future existences. Indeterminate aggregates are related to knowledge of supernormal power. advertence by object condition.

(One) enjoys and delights in the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. . . (they) know the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate mind of the other being. . smell . arises griet. . arises lust. . arises doubt. namly . ear . . body . . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 10 030000 413. . . . taste . arises doubt. Taking it as object. . . (It is of two kinds. (heart-)base. (ix) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by object condition. . arises restlessness. arises wrong views. Indeterminate aggregates are related to knowledge of supernormal power. . sound . .) ( . . 412. tangible object . knowledge of future existences by object condition. (One) enjoys and delights in the eye. .knowledge or penetration into others' minds. . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. . nose . . . arises grief. visible object . . arises wrong views. arises restlessness. . Taking it as object. tongue . knowledge or penetration into others' minds. . arises lust. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by predominance condition.

Having emerged from jhaýna. having fulfilled the duty of observance (one) esteems and reviews it. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering. 080000 having undertaken the precepts. (One) esteems and reviews (such acts) formerly well done. (one) esteems and reviews the jhaýna. (They) esteems and review . Learners esteems and review change-of-lineage. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance.

Learners. (ii) Faultless state is related to faulty state by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering. esteem and review the Path. having emerged from Path.purification. 414. -8 1 2 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faultless predominance is 050000 related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition.

(one) esteems. (It is of two kinds. arises wrong views. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. arises lust. enjoys and delights in the jhaýna. enjoys and delights in (faultless acts) formerly well done. arises lust. Taking it as estimable object.0 12 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept. (One) esteems. arises wrong views. arises lust. (iii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by predominance condition. Taking it as estimable object. arises wrong views. having fulfilled the duty of observance. enjoys and delights in it. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (one) esteems. Having emerged from jhaýna. Taking it as estimable object.

(iv) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by predominance condition.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Having emerged from (Arahatta) 020000 Path. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance . esteems and reviews the Path. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faultless predominance is 040000 related t mind-produced matter by predominan ce condition. the Arahat.

0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faultless predominance is related 050000 to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. 415. (v) Faulty state is related to faulty state by predominance condition. (4). namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance . (It is of two kinds.

arises wrong views. arises lust. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faulty predominance is re040000 lated to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by predominance condition. Taking it as estimable object. arises wrong views.0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) esteems. (One) esteems. enjoys and delights 040000 in lust. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance : 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Faulty predominance is related to 040000 . arises lust. enjoys and delights in wrong views. Taking it as estimable object.

namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance.mind-produced matter by predominance condition. (3) 416. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence -predominance. ( . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faulty predominance is related -8 1 2 050000 to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. (viii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds. (vii) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by predominance condition.

He esteems and reviews Nibbaýna. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Resultant indeterminate or 060000 functional indeterminate predominance is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. Nibbaýna is related to Fruition by predominance condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat esteems and reviews 030000 (Arahatta) Fruition. (ix) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by .

tongue . . . .predominance condition. . . (They) esteem and review Nibbaýna. (One) esteems. . . (3) . (heart-)base. . arises lust. . . Taking it as estimable object. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners esteem and review (lower) 060000 Fruition. . enjoys and delights in 080000 the eye. Nibbaýba is related to change-of-lineage. nose . . taste . . visible object . purification. Taking it as estimable object. . . . . . sound . . body . arises wrong views. arises wrong views. . . (x) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by predominance condition. smell . arises lust. tangible object . enjoys and delights in the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. ear . . Path by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (one) esteems. .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7 090000 417. -8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 Faultless (state) to emergence . (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by proximity condition. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. change-oflineage to Path . adaptation to purification . adaptation to attainment of Fruition of Learners . (iv) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by proximity condition. Adaptation to change-of-lineage . (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by proximity condition. Preceding faulty aggregates are related to subsequent faulty aggregates by proximity condition. faultless neither-perceptionnor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. Path to Fruition . (2) (iii) Faulty state is related to faulty state by proximity condition. Preceding faultless aggregates are related to subsequent faultless aggregates by proximity condition. . purification is related to Path by proximity condition.

Life-continuum to advertence . functional neither-perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. functional to emergence . Advertence is related to faultless aggregates by proximity condition. (vi) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by proximity condition. (vii) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by proximity condition. Preceding resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates are related to subsequent resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by proximity condition. adaptation of the Arahat to attainment of Fruition (of the Arahat) . (2) (v) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by proximity condition. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 7 060000 .Faulty (state) is related to emergence by proximity condition. (3). Advertence is related to fualty aggregates by proximity condition.

change-of-lineage to Path . Path to Fruition . Preceding faultless aggregates are related to subsequent faultless aggregates by contiguity condition. (iv) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by contiguity condition. purification is related to Path by contiguity condition. Faultless (state) to emergence .418. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by contiguity condition. Adaptation to changeof-lineage . Faulty (state) is related to emergence by contiguity . Preceding faulty aggregates are related to subsequent faulty aggregates by contiguity condition. adaptation to attainment of Fruition of Learners . (2) (iii) Faulty state is related to faulty state by contiguity condition. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. 210000 010000 -8 1 2 0 35 0 0 0 0 (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by contiguity condition. adaptation to purification . faultless neither-perceptionnor-non-perception is realted to the attainment of Fruition by contiguity condition.

(i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by .condition. (2) (v) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by contiguity condition. Advertence is related to faulty aggregates by contiguity condition. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 9 040000 419. functional to emergence . functional neither-perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by contiguity condition. Preceding resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates are related to subsequent resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by contiguity condition. Life-continuum to advertence . Advertence is related to faultless aggregates by contiguity condition. (vi) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by contiguity condition. adaptation of the Arahat to attainment of Fruition (of the Arahat) . (vii) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by contiguity condition.

Faultless aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by conascence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate by conascence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition. One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates by conascence condition . (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by conascence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by conascence condition. three aggrefates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by conascence condition.conascence condition. (3) (iv) Faulty state is related faulty state by conascence condition. three aggregates are related to -8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 one aggregate by conascence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by conascence condition. One faultless aggregate is related to three (faultless) aggregates by conascence condition . . One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition .

(3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by conascence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by conascence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 060000 aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition .Faulty aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by conascence condition. three aggregates and related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by conascence condition .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One great primary is related to three great primaries by 060000 conascence condition . great primaries are related to mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter by conascence condition .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. one resultant indeterminate 010000 -8 1 2 080000 aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by conascence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by conascence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter by conascence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by conascence condition . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by conascence condition . (heart-)base is related to aggregates by conascence condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and kamma-produced matter by conascence condition .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by conascence condition . great primaries are related to derived matter by conascence condition . One temperature-produced great primary is related to three great primaries by conascence condition . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by conascence condition . great primaries are related to derived matter by conascence condition . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by conascence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by conascence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by conascence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by conascence condition . great primaries are related to derived matter by conascence condition .d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One external great primary is related to three great 0 18 0 0 0 0 primaries by conascence condition . One nutriment-produced great primary is related to three great primaries by conascence condition .

Faulty aggregates and great primries are related to mindproduced matter by conascence condition. two great primaries are related to two great primaried by conascence condition . One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates by mutuality condition . three aggregates are related to one . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 420. great primaries are related to kamma-produced derived matter by conascence condition. three great primeries are related to one great primary by conascence condition . (1) (ix) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by conascence condition. -8 1 2 080000 Faultless aggregates and great primaries are related to mindproduced matter by conascence condition. (1) (viii) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by conascence condition.) One great primary of non-percipient beings is related to 070000 three great primaries by conascence condition . (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by mutuality condition.

two aggregates are related to two aggregates by mutuality condition . one resultant indeterminate . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by mutuality condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate by mutuality condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate by mutuality condition .aggregate by mutuality condition . (1) (ii) Faulty state is related to faulty state by mutuality condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by mutuality condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates by mutuality condition . (1) (iii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by mutuality condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 050000 aggregate is related to three aggregates by mutuality condition .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One great primary is related to three great primaries by 030000 mutuality condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and (heart-)base by mutuality condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and (heart-)base by mutuality condition .080000 aggregates is related to three aggregates and (heart-)base by mutuality condition . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by mutuality condition . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 . three great primaries are related to one great primary mutuality condition . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by mutuality condition. (heart-)base is related to aggregates by mutuality condition .

. . . three great primaries are related to one great primary by mutuality condition .0 1 -1 1 0 0 External . Faultless aggregates aare related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. . nutriment-produced . . One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates by dependence condition . (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by dependence condition. one great primary or non-percipient beings is related to three great primaries by mutuality condition . . . (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by dependence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by dependence condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 13 0 29 0 0 0 0 421. two great primaries are related to two great primaries by mutuality condition. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by dependence condition. temperature070000 produced . three aggregates are related to one aggregate by dependence condition .

Faulty aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by dependence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by dependence condition . One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates by dependence condition . in mutuality condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate by dependence condition . 620000 Here. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition. there is no relation between great primaries and . (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by dependence condition. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 See No. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by dependence condition. From now on they are elided.419 (vii) (d) where it is given in full.One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition .

two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition. -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by dependence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by dependence condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by dependence condition . One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by dependence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .derived-matter. (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by dependence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 060000 aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d . (heart-)base is related to aggregates by dependence condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and kamma-produced matter by dependence condition .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. aggregates are related to (heart-)base by dependence condition . one resultant indeterminate 080000 aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by dependence condition . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by dependence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One great primary is related to three great primaries by 060000 dependence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by dependence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter by dependence condition . great primaries are related to mind-produced and kammaproduced derived matter by dependence condition .

(heart-)base is related to resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by dependence condition (viii) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by dependence condition. . temperature080000 produced . (ix) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by .bodybase is related to body-consciousness by dependence condition . . . nose-base . ear-base . . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by dependence condition. (Heart-)base is related to faultless aggregates by dependence condition. . . . one great primary of non-percipient beings is related to three great primaries by dependence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by dependence condition . tongue-base . . great primaries are related to kamma-produced derived matter by dependence condition . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness by dependence -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 condition . nutriment-produced .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . .

three aggregates and (heart-)base are related to one aggregate by dependence condition . (xiii) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by dependence condition. (2) (xii) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to faulty state by dependence condition. One faultless aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by dependence condition . two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by dependence condition. three aggregates and (heart-)base are related to one aggregate by dependence condition . (3) 422. Faulty aggregates and great primaries are related to mindproduced matter by dependence condition. (x) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to faultless state by dependence condition. (xi) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by dependence condition.dependence condition. Faultless aggregates and great primaries are related to mindproduced matter by dependence condition. two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by dependence condition. (2) . One faulty aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by dependence condition . (Heart-)base is related to faulty aggregates by dependence condition.

namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by strongdependence condition. (It is three kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 9 030000 423. 010000 . 010000 -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence.

Learners. (One) esteems and reviews (such acts) formerly well done. having emerged from Path.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the 080000 offering. (one) esteems and reviews the jhaýna. Having emerged from jhaýna. having undertaken the precept. They esteem and erview purification. (one) esteems and reviews it. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . Learners esteems and review change-of-lineage. esteem and review the Path. having fulfilled the duty of observance.

learning generosity. Confidence. develops jhaýna. develops superknowledge. adaptation to purification . . develops Path. precept . . undertakes the precept. learning . develops insight. (one) offers the offering. generosity.: Preceding faultless aggre050000 gates are related to subsequent faultless aggregates by strongdependence condition. . develops insight. develops Path. develops jhaýna. develops attainment . purification is related to Path by strong-dependence condition. . . By the strong-dependence of wisdom. precepts. (one) offers the offering. wisdom is related to confidence. . develops superknowledge. precept. Adaptation to change-of-lineage . learning. . fulfils the duty of observance. undertakes the precept. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 26 0 0 0 0 confidence. develops attainment. fulfils the duty of observance. . change-of-lineage to Path . .

the preparation for neither-perception-nor-non-perception is related to neither-perception-nor-non-perception by strong-dependence condition.generosity. T-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 First jhaýna is related to second jhaýna by strong-dependence condition . The preparation for first jhaýna is related to first jhaýna by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for second jhaýna is related to second jhaýna by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for third jhaýna is related to third jhaýna by strongdependence condition . wisdom by strong-dependence condition. fourth jhaýna is related to infinity of space by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for nothingness is related to nothingness by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for fourth jhaýna is related to fourth jhaýna by strong-dependence condition . infinity of consciousness is related to nothing- . infinity of space is related to infinity of consciousness by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for infinity of consciousness is related to infinity of consciousness by strongdependence condition . the preparation for infinity of space is related to infinity of space by strong-dependence condition . third jhaýna is related to fourth jhaýna by strong-dependence condition . second jhaýna is related to third jhaýna by strongdependence condtion .

divine-ear element is related to knowledge of supernormal power by strong-dependence condition . knowledge of supernormal power is related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for knowledge of remembrance of past existences is related to knowledge of remembrance of past existences by strong-dependence condition . nothingness is related to neither-perception-nor-non-perception by strong-dependence condition. the preparation for divine-ear element is related to divine-ear element by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for knowledge of future existence is related to knowledge of future existences by strong-dependence condition. the preparation for knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma is related to knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma by strongdependence condition . knowledge of penetration into others' minds is related to . the preparation for knowledge of supernormal power is related to knowledge of supernormal power by strongdependence condition .ness by strong-dependence condition . The preparation for divine-eye is related to divine-eye by strong-dependence condition . Divine-eye is related to divine-ear element by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for knowledge of penetration into others' minds is related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds by strong-dependence condition .

analytical knowledge of the Dhamma. suffering and impersonality of the formations The (lower) Path is related to the Learner's analytical knowledge of meaning. (They) practise insight into the impermanency. second Path is related to third Path by strongdependence condition . the preparation for third Path is related to third Path by strongdependence condition . knowledge of remembrance of past existences is related to knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma by strong-dependence condition . Learners. First Path is related to second Path by strong-dependence condition . the preparation for fourth Path is related to fourth Path by strong-dependence condition. by the strong-dependence of the Path. (they) enter the attainment which have arisen.knowledge of remembrance of past existence by strongdependence condition . generate the attainments which have bot yet arisen. The preparation for first Path is related to first Path by -8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 strong-dependence condition . analytical knowledge of langune. andlytical knowledge of the above theree. third Path is related to fourth Path by strong-dependence condition. knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by . the preparation for second Path is related to second Path by strong-dependence condition . knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma is related to knowledge of future existence by strong-dependence condition.

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 bi) natural strong-dependence. (ii) Faultless state is related to faulty state by strongdependence condition. 210000 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Objects-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the 090000 .strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds.

. Confidence . . arises lust. conceit. . wisdm is related to lust. adopts wrong views. Taking it as estimable object. . Taking it as estimable object. . . Taking it as estimable object. . arises lust. delusion. arises wrong views. (one) arouses conceit. generosity . arises wrong views (One) esteems. generosity. . enjoys and delights in it. enjoys and delights in (the faultless acts) formerly well done. precepts. (one) arouses conceit. -8 1 2 . arises lust. wish by strong-dependenc condition. wrong views.offering. adopts wrong views. (one) esteems. (one) esteems enjoys and delightes in the jhaýna. By the strongdependence of wisdom. arises wrong views. having fulfilled the duty of observance. having undertaken the precepts. Having emerged from jhaýna. . hate. learning . precept . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Natural strong-dependence : 2 1 -1 1 0 0 0 1 -1 1 0 0 By the strong-dependence of 070000 confidence. learning.

namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence.030000 (iii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by strong -dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (it is three kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence.

faultless neither-preception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. adaptation to attainment of Fruition of the Learners . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faultless (impulsion) to 060000 emergence . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) . Path to Fruition .Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Having emerged from (Ara020000 hatta). the Arahat esteems and reviews the Path. Path. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction.

. analytical knowledge of the Dhamma. The (Arahatta) Path is related to the Arahat's analytical knowledge of meaning. by the strong-dependence of the Path. analytical knowledge of language. learning . The Arahat. precept. . generosity. . Faultless kamma is related to (its) resultant by strong-dependence condition. By the strong-dependence of wisdom. analytical knowledge of the above three . . suffering and impersonality of the formations. . generates the functional attainment which has not yet arisen. (one) tortures oneself. (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by strong- . . Path is related to the attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. (He) enters (the functional attainment) which has arisen. generosity . . (He) practises insight into the impermanency. bodily pain. tortures oneself fully. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. precept . experiences the suffering caused by searching.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 22 0 0 0 0 confidence. . learning. Confidence . . wisdom is related to bodily happiness. experienced the suffering caused by searching. (one) tortures oneself. tortures oneself fully. knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by strong-dependence condition.

dependence condition. (It is of three kinds. enjoys and delights in wrong -8 1 2 . Taking it as estimable object. enjoys and 020000 delights in lust. arises lust. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c) natural strong-dependence 210000 ( 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ai) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) esteems. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. (One) esteems. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. arises wrong views.

babbles foolishly. Taking it as estimable object. speaks untruth. leaves behind only one house. takes the property of others which has not been given to tone. slanders. (one) kills a living being. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 33 0 0 0 0 lust. plunders the property of others. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b) Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Preceding faulty aggre030000 gates are related to subsequent faulty aggregates by strongdependence condition. stands at the . arises wrong views. breaks into a house.030000 views. arises lust. uses rude speech.

. . . . Stealing (is related) to stealing . . . . . . avarice . causes schism in the Sanþgha. . . . . . commits patricide. . . Wrong views to killing . By the strong-dependence of hate . . Lust. . stealing . unlawful intercourse with the other sex . . . (one) kills a living being . . wish is related to lust. . . (wrong views) is . . Killing is related to killing by strong-dependence condition. goes to other men's wives. . hath. . . . lying (Abbreviated. Slander . (Bind the cycle. Lying . . lying . .By the strong-dependence of conceit. avarice . delusion. . (killing) is related to wrong views by strong-dependence condition. . . . . unlawful intercorse with the other sex . delusion. . By the strong-dependence of wish. conceit. . . rude speech . . Wrong views is related to wrong views by strongdependence condition. . Illwill . unlawful intercourse with the other sex . . draws blood from the body of a Buddha with evil intent.) wrong views . rude speech . . foolish babble . . . . Foolish babble . . kills an Arahat.By the strong-dependence of wrong views . . . . Killing (is related) to stealing . foolish babble . Avarice . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. slander . . slander . . plunders market-towns. wish by srong-dependence condition. .junction of highways. . By the strongdependence of delusion. . hate. (stealing) is related to killing by strong-dependence condition. conceit. wrong views. . . . lying . . Rude speech . plunders villages. wrong views. . commits matricide. . ill-will .) Unlawful intercourse with the other sex .

. .related to ill-will by strong-dependence condition. . Killing an Arahat to killing an Arahat . . . . (Perform the cycle.(matricide) is related to wrong views with fixed destiny by strong-dependence condition. causing schism in the Sanþgha . wounding a Buddha . . . Causing schism in the Sanþgha to causing schism in the Sangha. Matricide to patricide by strong-dependence . . . .) (v) Faulty state is related to faultless state by strongdependence condition. . killing and Arahat . . . Patricide to patricide . . causing schism in -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 the Sanþgha. killing . wrong views with fixed destiny . Matricide is related to matricide by strong-dependence condition. is related to causing schism in the Sanþgha by strong-dependence condition. Wrong views with fixed destiny is related to wrong views with fixed destiny by strong-dependence condition. . killing an Arahat . . . . . . . wounding a Buddha . . . an Arahat . . . . . . Wrong views with fixed destiny to matricide by strong -dependence . . . Wounding a Buddha to wounding a Buddha . (patricide) is related to matricide by strongdependence condition. . . wounding a Buddha . . . wounding a Buddha.

hate. develops superknowledge. precepts. develops attainment. . conceit . conceit. . develops jhaýna. develops attainment. . plundered villages. develops jhaýna. left behind only one house . . 0 19 0 0 0 0 (one) offers the offering. . . stood at the junction of highways . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of lust. . to counteract it. . fulfils the duty of observance. After having killed. . By the strongdependence of wish. . generosity. fulfils the duty of observance. delusion. . . After having stolen . develops insight. . develops Path. develops insight. . . used rude speech . . lied . undertakes the precept. learning. . (one) offers the offering. wisdom by strong-dependence condition. . After having plundered -8 1 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 . develops attainment. . . develops superknowledge. slandered . develops Path. . Lust. develops Path. develops jhaýna. wish is related to confidence. . broken into a house . fulfils the duty of observance. . wrong views . . . (one) offers the offering. gone to other men's wives .hate . . . delusion . . . plundered the property of others . . . . babbled foolishly . . develops superknowledge. undertakes the precepts. undertakes the precept. wrong views. develops insight.

. fulfils the duty of observance. . After having comitted patricide . . develops insight. undertakes the precept. After having caused schism in the Sanþgha. develops attainment. undertakes the precept. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. . . 210000 ( 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . develops jhaýna. After having comitted matricide. to counteract it. (one) offers the offering undertakes the precept. develops superknowledge. (It is of two kinds. . fulfils the duty of observance. . to counteract it. develops Path.market-towns. (vi) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b) natural strong-dependence. fulfils the duty of observance. to counteract it. killed an Arahat . (one) offers the offering. drawn blood from the body of a Buddha with evil intent. (one) offers the offering.

attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. wish is related to bodily happiness. delusion. . tortures oneself fully.a 2 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Faulty (impulsion) is re020000 lated to emergence by strong-dependence condition. . . . hath. (one) tortures oneself. (one) tortures oneself. conceitwrong views. delusion . tortures oneself fully. Lust. . hath . . . By the strong-dependence of wish. bodily pain. experiences the suffering caused by searching. . . . experiences the suffering caused by searching. . wrong views. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 12 0 0 0 0 lust. conceit . . Faulty kamma is related to (its) resultant by strong-dependence .

(3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence.condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (It is of three kinds. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence.

adapatation -8 1 2 050000 of the Arahat to attainment of Fruition (of the Arahat) .Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat esteems and re030000 views (Arahatta) Fruition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity-strong -dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Preceding resultant inde040000 terminate or functional indeterminate aggregates are related to subsequent reslutant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by strong-dependence condition. Life-continuum to advertence . functional (impulsion) to emergence . Nibbaýna is related to Fruition by strong-dependence condition. functional neither-preciption-nor-non perception is related to the attainment of the Fruition by strong-dependence condition. . having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. (He) esteems and reviews Nibbaýna.

Temperature is related to bodily happiness. attainment of Fruition by strongdependence condition. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. bodily pain. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. bodily pain. bodily pain. bodily pain. Attainment of Fruition is related to bodily happiness by strongdependence condition.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Bodily happiness is related 0 27 0 0 0 0 to bodily happiness. Food is related to bodily hapiness. attaniment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. bodily pain. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. Lodging-place is related to bodily happiness. temperature. food. by the strong-dependence of bodily happiness. The Arahat. . attainment of Fruition by strongdependence condition. Bodily happiness. bodily pain. lodging-place is related to bodily happiness. bodily pain. Bodily pain is related to bodily happiness.

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. .generates the functional attainment which has not yet arisen. (He) practises insight into the impermanency. . . suffering and impersonality of the formations. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. by the strong-dependence of lodging-place. (viii) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by strong-dependence condition. . . (It is of three kinds. temperature . food . enters the (functional) attaniment which has arisen. suffering and impersonality of the formations. (He) enters the (functional) attainment which has arisen. . . generates the functional attainment which has not yet arisen. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . .bodily pain. practises insight into the impermanency.

Path by strongdependence condition. purification. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners esteem and review 040000 ((lower) Fruition. Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage. (They) esteem and review Nibbaýna. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Advertence is related to 010000 .) natural-strong-dependence.

develops insight. develops superknowledge. develops insight. .faultless aggregates by strong-dependence condition. . lodging-place is related to confidence. fulfils the duty of observance. (one) offers the offering undertakes the precepts. temperature . food. . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 14 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. generosity. learning. fulfils the duty of observance. temperature. develops attainment. . develops Path. . (one) offers the offering. food. wisdom by strongdependence condition. develops superknowledge. precept. By the strong-dependence of lodging-place. bodily pain . bodily pain. . . . develops attainment . undertakes the precept. Bodily happiness. . develops jhaýna . . develops jhaýna. (ix) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by strong-dependence condition. develops Path.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural-strong-dependence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. enjoys and . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence.(It is of three kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) esteems.

arises wrong views . ear . . arises lust. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity-strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Advertence is related to 020000 faulty aggregates by strong-dependence condition. . tongue . visible object . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . body . . enjoys and delights in the resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates. . Taking it as estimable object. . . nose . . . sound . smell . . arises wrong views. (One) esteems. . . . (heart-)base. taste . . tangible object .080000 delights in the eye. . . . arises lust. . Taking it as esteems object. . .

. . plunders marker-towns. goes to other men's wives. . commits matricide. causes schism in the Sanþgha. Bodily -8 1 2 050000 happiness. wrong. . wish by strong-dependence condition. . (one) kills a living being . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 030000 . lodging-place is related to lust. (one) kills a living being. . delusion. concerit. views. bodily pain. plumders the property of others. . .) . commits patricide. food. takes the property of others which has not been given to one. leaves behind only one house. . food. slanders. . hate.Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 12 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. kills an Arahat. temperature. stands at the junction of highways. causes schism in the Sanþgha. . bodily pain . (Abbreviated. temperature . babbles foolishly.By the strongdependence of lodging-place. plunders villages. speaks untruth. breaks into a house. . . uses rude speech. . draws blood from the body of a Buddha with evil intent.

. visible object . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. . . . . . suffering impersonality of the eye. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence. . ear . . sound . .424. (It is of two kinds. . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat practises insight into the 0 13 0 0 0 0 impermanency. body. . (i) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by prenascence condition. . tongue . nose .

. . nose-base to nose-consciousness . tangible object-base is related to bodyconsciousness by prenascence condition. (The Arahat). . Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness by prenascence condition . . . body-base is related to bodyconsciousness by prenascence condition . sees the visible object. . . . . By the power of divine-ear element. (He) practises insight into the impermanency. (heart-)base is related to resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggre- . . . sound-base to ear-consciousness . . . suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base. . tangible object . taste. by the power of divine-eye. tonguebase to tongue-consciousness .smell . taste-base to tongueconsciousness . hears the sound. smell-base to nose-consciousness . ear-base to earconsciousness . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base is related to eye090000 consciousness by prenascence condition . .

gates by prenascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldlings 040000 practise insight into the impermanency. (It is of two kinds. suffering and im- . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. (ii) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by prenascence condition. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence .

smell . . . visible object .personality of the eye. (Learners or common worldlings). . sound . . . . (iii) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by prenascence condition. by the power of divine-eye. . nose . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (heart-)base is related to faultless 040000 aggregates by prenascence condition. . . . . tongue . . . body . see the visible object. . ear . hear the sound. tangible object . . . . taste . By the power of divine-ear element. (it is of two kinds. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . -8 1 2 050000 suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base. . . . . (they) practise insight into the impermanency.

arises lust . tongue . ear . . arises grief. . . (One) enjoys and delights in the (heart-) base.) object-prenascence. nose . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. arises doubt. . . . . . . arises wrong views. . . . . . . . sound . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) enjoys and delights in the eye 060000 Taking it as object. . Taking it as object. . . smell . tangible object. taste . . visible object . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . . . body . . arises grief . arises lust. arises restlessness.

(3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 425. (iii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by postnascence condition. Postnascent faulty aggregates are related to this prenascence body by postnascence condition. (ii) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by postnascence condition. Postnascent resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates are related to this prenascence body by .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to faulty 030000 aggregates by prenascence condition. Postnascent faultless aggregates are related to this prenascent body by postnascence condition. (i) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by postnascence condition.

adaptation to purification . (1) (iii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by repetition condition.postnascence condition. (1) (ii) Faulty state is related to faulty state by repetition condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by repetition condition. Adaptation to change-of-lineage . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 3 030000 426. purification is related to Path by tepetition condition. Preceding faultless aggregates are related to subsequent -8 1 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 faultless aggregates by repetition condition. Preceding functional indeterminate aggregates are related to subsequent functional indeterminate aggregates by repetition condition. Preceding faulty aggregates are related to subsequent faulty aggregates by repetition condition. (1) . change-oflineage to Path .

namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence (-kamma). (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by kamma condition. (It is of two kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by kamma condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 7 070000 427. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascenct faultless volition is related to mind-produced . Faultless volition is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Asynchronous faultless volition is related to (its) resultant 0 12 0 0 0 0 aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by kamma condition. (It is of two kind namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence (-kamma). (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by kamma condition. Faulty volition is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. Faultless volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition.020000 matter by kamma condition.

(vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by kamma condition.b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 010000 asynchronous (kamma). -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faulty volition is related to mind-produced 020000 matter by kamma condition. Faulty volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b) 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Asynchronous faulty volition is related to (its) resultant 080000 aggregates and kamma -produced matter by kamma condition.

kamma condition. volition is related to (heart-)base by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 030000 volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by kamma condition . resultant indeterminate 030000 volition is related to (its) association aggregates and kammaproduced matter by kamma condition . (I) 010400 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 1 030000 .

two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by resultant condition . Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by resultant condition. (1) . one resultant indeterminate 080000 aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition .428. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by resultant condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant indeterminate aggregate is related to 060000 three aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 7 020000 429. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by nutriment condition. 210000 -8 1 2 0 25 0 0 0 0 Faultless nutriments are related to (their) associated aggregates by nutriment condition. (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by nutriment condition. Faulty nutriments are related to (their) associated aggregates by nutriment condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by nutriment condition. (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by nutriment condition. Faultless nutriments are related to (their) association aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. Faultless nutriments are related to mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception.produced matter by nutriment condition . (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by nutriment condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 030000 nutriments are related to (their) association aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. Faulty nutriments are related to (their) association aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition.nutriment condition. . Faulty nutriment are related to mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by nutriment condition. resultant indeterminate 030000 nutriment are related to (their) association aggregates and kamma.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food is related to this body by nutriment con030000 dition. Faultless faculties are related to mind-produced matter by faculty condition. Faultless faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition. (3) . (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by faculty condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 7 040000 430. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by faculty condition. Faultless faculties related to (their) association aggregates by faculty condition. -8 1 2 0 23 0 0 0 0 (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by faculty condition.

Faulty faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates by faculty condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 030000 faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by faculty condition .(iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by faculty condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by faculty condition. (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by faculty condition. Faulty faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by faculty condition. Faulty faculties are related to mind-produced matter by faculty condition.

tongue-faculty to tongue-consciousness . nose-faculty to nose-consciousness . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma -produced matter 030000 by faculty condition. . . resultant indeterminate 030000 faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates and kammaproduced matter by faculty condition . . body-faculty is related to body-consciousness by faculty condition . ear-faculty to ear-consciousness. . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Eye-faculty is related to eye-consciousness by faculty 050000 condition . . .

Faulty jhaýna factors are related to mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. Faulty jhaýna factors are related to (their) associated aggregates by jhaýna condition. -8 1 2 0 25 0 0 0 0 Faultless jhaýna factors are related to (their) associated aggregates by jhaýna condition.Jhaýna 7 020000 431. Faultless jhaýna factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by jhaýna condition. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by jhaýna condition. . (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by jhaýna condition. (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by jhaýna condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by jhaýna condition. Faultless jhaýna factors are related to mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by jhaýna condition.

resultant indeterminate 040000 jhaýna factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by jhaýna condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 7 090000 .Faulty jhaýna factors are related to (their) association aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 030000 jhaýna factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception.

Faulty path factors are related to (their) associated aggregates by path condition.432. Faulty path factors are related to mind-produced matter by path condition. Faultless path factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by path condition. (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by path condition. Faultless path factors are related to (their) associated aggregates by path condition. (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by path condition. . -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 Faultless path factors are related to mind-produced matter by path condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by path condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to faculty and indeterminate state by path condition. (3) (iv) Faculty state is related to faulty state by path condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by path condition.

Faulty path factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by path condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. resultant indeterminate 040000 path factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by path condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 3 0 14 0 0 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate path 030000 factors are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by path condition . (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by path condition.

three aggregates are related to one aggregate by associa- . three aggregates are related to one aggregate by association condition . One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates by association condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by association condition. U -8 1 2 030000 (iii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by association condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by association condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by associated condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate by associated condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate 050000 aggregate is related to three aggregates by associated condition . (ii) Faulty state is related to faulty state by associated condition. One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates by association condition .433.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. one resultant indeterminate 060000 aggregate is related to three aggregates by associated condition . namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. (i) Faultless state by is related to indeterminate state by dissociation condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by associated condition . three aggregates are related to one aggregate by association condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by associated condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 5 030000 434. (It is of two kind. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .tion condition .

(1) (ii) faulty state is related to indeterminate state by dissociation condition. ( . (It is of two kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faultless aggregates are related to mind020000 produced matter by dissociation condition. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faultless aggregates are related to this 040000 prenascent body by dissociation condition.

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faulty aggregates are related to mind-produced 020000 matter by dissociation condition. namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . (It is of three kinds.2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faulty aggregates are related to this pre040000 nascent body by dissociation condition. (iii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by dissociation condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. resultant indeterminate aggregates are related to kamma-produced matter by dissociation condition . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by -8 1 2 030000 .) conascence. At the moment of conception. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent resultant indeterminate or functional in060000 determinate aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition.

ear-base is related to ear-consciousness by dissociation condition . tongue-base is related to tongue-consciousness by dissociation condition . . nose-base is related to noseconsciousness by dissociation condition . (heart-)base is related to aggregates by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascence resultant indeterminate or functional in0 11 0 0 0 0 determinate aggregates are related to this prenascence body by dissociation condition. (iv) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by dissociation condition. body-base is related to body-consciousness by dissociation condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Prenascenct eye-base is related to eye-consciousness by 080000 dissociation condition . (heart-)base is related to resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by dissociation condition.dissociation condition .

three aggregates are related to one aggregate by presence condition . (ii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by presence condition. One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates by presence condition . namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 13 090000 435. (v) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by dissociation condition. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by presence condition. (It is of two kinds. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by presence condition.Prenascent (heart-)base is related to faultless aggregates by dissociation condition. Prenascent (heart-)base is related to faulty aggregates by dissociation condition.

two aggregates are related to two aggre- .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faultless aggregates are related to mind020000 produced matter by presence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faultless aggregates are related to this 050000 prenascent body by presence condition. One faultless aggregates is related to three aggregates and -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 mind-produced matter by presence condition . (iii) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by presence condition.

namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faulty aggregates are related to mind-produced 020000 .gates and mind-produced matter by presence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by presence condition. (v) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by presence condition. (It is of two kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. (3) (iv) Faulty state is related to faulty state by presence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate by presence condition . One faulty aggregates is related to three aggregates by presence condition.

two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascence faulty aggregates are related to this pre0 11 0 0 0 0 nascent body by presence condition. (It is of five kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by presence condition . (3) (vii) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by presence condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by presence condition.matter by presence condition. One faulty aggregate is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by presence condition . namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.

) prenascence. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (1) One conascent resultant indeterminate or functional 0 10 0 0 0 0 indeterminate aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) faculty. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence.

(3) One great primary is related to three great primaries by presence condition . nutriment-produced . three great primaries are related to one great primary by presence condition . ( . (2) At the moment of conception. two great primaries are related to two great primaries by presence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . three great primaries are related to one great primary by presence condition . great primaries are related to kammaproduced derived matter by presence condition. . two great primaries are related to two great primaries by presence condition . External . three aggregares are related to one aggregate and kamma-produced matter by presence condition . great primaries are related to mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter by presence condition . one great primary of non-percipient beings is related to three great primaries by presence condition . two aggregates are related to two -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 aggregates and kamma-produced matter by presence condition . one resultant indeterminate aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by presence condition . . . . . (heart-)base is related to aggregates by presence condition. temperature-produced . . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by presence condition .presence condition .

by the power of divine-eye. sound . . . . nose . suffering and impersonality of the eye . . hears the sound. . visible object .2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-) prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat practises insight into 0 11 0 0 0 0 the impermanency. . Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness by precence condition . suffering and imopersonality of the (heart-)base. tangible object. By the power of divine-ear elements. . . . . . . . . . . . . tongue . sound . body. . . (He) practises insight into the impermanency. . . . smell . sees the visible object. ear . (The Arahat). . tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-)prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness 060000 . taste .

. . tongue-base to tongue-consciousness . ear-base to ear-consciousness . .by presence condition . nosebase to nose-consciousness . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent resultant indeterminate or functional in030000 determinate aggregates are related to this prenascent body by presence condition. body-base is related to body-consciousness by presence condition . (heart-) base is related to resultant indeterminate or functional indeterminate aggregates by presence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced 010000 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food is related to this body by presence condition. . .

. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-)prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to faultless 040000 aggregates by presence condition. . smell . By the power of divine-ear element. .ear . visible object . (ix) Indeterminate state is related to fualty state by . . . heat the sound. . taste . . . -8 1 2 030000 (viii) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by presence condition. . . suffering and impersonality of the eye. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-)prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldlings prac080000 tise insight into the impermanency. . nose . . . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. . tongue .matter by presence condition. . tangible object. (Learners or common worldlings). sound . . . . . suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base. by the power of divine-eye. . body . see the visible object.

arises restlessness. . (One) enjoys and delights in the (heart-) base.presence condition. tongue . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-)prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) enjoys and delights in the eye. arises lust. . tangible object . . . . ear . arises lust . arises grief . . smell . arises wrong views. visible object . . . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-)prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 :) (Heart-)base is related to faulty aggre040000 gates by presence condition. . . . 060000 Taking it as object. arises grief. arises doubt. . . . sound. . . . body . . Taking it as object. taste . . nose. . (3) (x) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to faultless state by presence condition.

: One conascent faultless aggregate 060000 and heart-)base are related to three aggregates by presence condition . . . namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence010000 nutriment. (xi) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by presence condition. (It is of kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (postnascence-) faculty.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faultless aggregates and edible food are 020000 related to this body by presence condition. (2) -8 1 2 030000 (xii) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to faulty state by presence condition.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faultless aggregates and great primaries are 020000 related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faultless aggregates and physical life020000 faculty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition.

three aggregates and (heart-)base are related to one aggregate by presence condition . (xiii) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by presence condition.conascence-prenasence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent faulty aggregate 070000 and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) post010000 nascence-nutriment. two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by presence condition. (It is of three kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (postnascence-)faculty. . namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.

(2) . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faulty aggregates and physical life-faculty 040000 are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent faulty aggregates and edible food are related 020000 to this body by presence condition.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent faulty aggregates and great primaries are 020000 related to mind-produced matter by presence condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 7 070000 436. . (Abbreviated. .) (Expand in the same way as proximity condition. Preceding faultless aggregates are related to subsequent faultless aggregates by disappearance condition. Faultless state is related to faultless state by disappearance condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Disappearance 7 080000 437. Preceding faultless aggregates are related to subsequent faultless aggregates by absence condition. Faultless state is related to faultless state by absence condition. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-disappearance 13 210000 438. . (Abbreviated.) (Expand in the same way as proximity condition. Faultless state is related to faultless state by non- .

absence 7. conascence 9. predominance 10. association 3. (Abbreviated. nutriment 7. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by non-disappearance condition . With root (there are) 7 (answers) object 7. kamma 7. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 439. faculty 7. proximity 7. contiguity 7. dependence 13. dissociation 5. mutuality 3. non-disappearance 13. resultant 1. presence 13. strong-dependence 9. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . -8 1 2 I. repetition 3.010000 disappearance condition. path 7. jhaýna 7. postnascence 3. . three aggregates are related to one aggregates by non-disappearance condition .) End of Classification of " Investigation " Chapter. .) (Expand in the same way as presence condition. 0 10 0 0 0 0 One faultless aggregate is related to three aggregates by nondisappearance condition . disappearance 7. prenascence 3.

4. Of root. faculty 4. (11) 230000 Conascence Combinations 24 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Ordinary 9 090000 Without resultant 4 441. conascence. association. dependence. association 3. presence and non-disappearance (has) 7 (answers) . Of root. conascence. 1. conascence 7. path 4. of root. dependence. dependence. presence 7. 2. dependence. mutuality 3. non-disappearance 7. Combination of root. mutuality. With root condition and predominance (there are ) 4 (answers). 3.Root 210000 Common 11 050000 440. presence and non-disappearance 3. resultant 1. mutuality. dissociation . conascence. dependence 7. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dissociation 3. conascence . presence and non-disappearance 3 . -8 1 2 .

mutuality. dissociation. dissociation. 6. mutuality. conascence. faculty. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 11. Of root. With resultant 5 . Of root. conascence . With faculty and path 9 Without resultant 4 442. dependence. Combination of root. presence and non-disappearance 4 . Of root. presence and non-disappearance 1. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 2. 12. 9. dependence. faculty. dissociation. resultant. dependence. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . faculty. 10. resultant. Of root. Of root. path. 7. conascence. association. presence and non-disappearance 2 . resultant. Combination of root. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. faculty. dependence. 8. conascence. conascence. path. presence and non-disappearance 2 . Of root. dependence. Of root. dependence. conascence. 13. association. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. conascence. resultant. dependence. conascence. resultant. mutuality.0 38 0 0 0 0 With resultant 5 5.

path. dependence. conascence. dependence. Combination of root. faculty. 16. faculty and path 6 Without resultant 3 443. conascence. presence and nondisappearance 1 . predominance. dissociation. With predominance. resultant. resultant. Combination of root. dependence. path. 0 19 0 0 0 0 20. conascence. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 4 . faculty. faculty. Combination of root. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 2. Of root. faculty. dependence. faculty. 19. Of root. conascence. dependence. conascence. Of root. Of root. 21. dependence. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 1. path. association. . resultant. 17. path. path. resultant. predominance. Of root. dissociation. presence and nondisappearance 2 . dependence. association. resultant. mutuality. path. faculty. 15. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . path.14. mutuality. mutuality. conascence. path. conascence. faculty. dissociation. dependence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1 . -8 1 2 With resultant 3 22. path. resultant. dependence. Of root. faculty. 18.

association . dependence. End of Root 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 Common 7 050000 444. predominance. non-disappearance 3. faculty. dependence. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence.23. faculty. mutuality. presence and nondisappearance 1. Of root. prenascence 3. Of root. predominance. path. presence 3. resultant. dissociation 3. dissociation. 24. (7) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 5 . With object condition and predominance (there are ) 7 (answers). resultant. strong-dependence 7. dependence 3. conascence.

4. Of object. 2. prenascence. prenascence. dissociation. nutriment 7. object 7. Of object. predominance. resultant 1. strong-dependence. dependence 8. prenascence 1. prenascence. presence and non-disappearance 1. End of Object 210000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 Common 15 050000 446. 1. dissociation. predominance and strongdependence 7 . strong-dependence 7. prenascence. Of object. Of object. strong-dependence. conascence 7. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 3. presence. (answers). presence and non-disappearance 1 . Combination of object. and non-disappearance 1 . With predominance condition and root (there are ) 4. 5. dependence.0 12 0 0 0 0 445. predominance. mutuality 3. . dependence.

prenascence . . presence and non-disappearance 1. dissociation. (15) 230000 Combinations 30 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 3 0 25 0 0 0 0 447. object. Of predominance. presence and nondisapearance (has) 8 (answers) . 4. 2. prenascence. disociation. dependence. object. Of predominance. 6. dependence. presence 8. dissociation 4. Combination of predominance. 5. Combination of predominance. presence and non-disappearance 4. Of predominance. strong-dependence. Miscellaneous 3 448. 3. association 3. presence and nondisappearance 8 .faculty 7. object and strongdependence 7 . dependence. non-disappearance 8. strong-dependence. 1. path 7. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of predominance.

dependence. . 12. dependence. nutriment. conascence. Combination of predominance. 9. conascence. dependence. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. dependence. resultant. dissociation. dependence. conascence. Combination of predominance. mutuality. Combination of predominance. conascence. 13.Conascence 24 Predominant desire 6 Without resultant 3 449. conascence. 8. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 7. 11. association. mutuality. Of predominance. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3. faculty. conascence. Of predominance. presence and non-disappearance 7 . association. presence and non-disappearance 7 . 220000 -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 With resultant 3 10. dissociation. resultant. Of predominance. Of predominance. dependence. With nutriment and faculty 6 Without resultant 3 450.

-8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 . resultant. conascence.14. Of predominance. dependence. 17. conascence. association. faculty. path. 19. presence and non-disappearance 3. resultant. 18. Combination of predominance. faculty. nutriment. Of predominance. dependence. Combination of predominance. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . With faculty and path 6 Without resultant 3 451. resultant. dependence. faculty. association. faculty. conascence. faculty. 21. Of predominance. Of predominance. presence and nondisappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 3. mutuality. dependence. mutuality. conascence. Of predominance. path. nutriment. conascence. dissociation. path. 20. presence and non-disappearance 1. nutriment. association. 15. faculty. mutuality. presence and non-disapearance 3 . dissociation. With resultant 3 16. faculty. nutriment. faculty. dependence. nutriment. conascence. dependence. presence and nondisappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 7 . conascence. dependence. dissociation. Of predominance.

dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . path. resultant. conascence. path. dependence. dependence. conascence. Combination of predominance. mututality. 24. faculty. With resultant 3 28. association. faculty. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. mutuality. resultant. 23. resultant. 29. conascence. Of predominance. 26. presence and non-disappearance 2. root . conascence. faculty and path 6 Without resultant 3 452. root. path. association. path. root. root . mutuality. conascence. faculty. Of predominance. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. conascence. conascence. Combination of predominance root. 25. resulatnt.With resultant 3 22. Of predominance. Combination of predominance. dependence. 27. Of predominance. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 4 . faculty. dependence. With root. presence and nondisappearance 1 . faculty. path. presence and non-disappearance 2 . dissociation. path. faculty. de- . Of predominance. path.

resultant. With proximity condition and contiguity (there are) 7 (answers). dissociation. Of predominance.pendence. 30. dependence. disappearance 7. faculty. root. repetition 3. path. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . kamma 1. (6) -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 3 090000 . path. presence and nondisappearance 1. strong-dependence 7. association. resultant. conascence. absence 7. End of Predominance 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 210000 Common 6 030000 453.

. kamma 1. strong-dependence. strong-dependence. repetition 3. Combination of contiguity. disappearance 7. Combination of proximity . strong-dependence. repetition. absence and disappearance 7 . absence and disappearance 3 . 1. (6) 210000 Miscellaneous Combination 3 090000 456. Of proximity. absence and disappearance 1. absence 7. contiguity. 2. 1.454. Of contiguity. contiguity. repetition. contiguity. 2. proximity. strong-dependence. proximity. With contiguity condition and proximity (there are) 7 (answers). strong-dependence 7. absence and disappearance 7 . kamma. strong-dependence. 3. End of Proximity 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 210000 Common 6 040000 455. Of proximity. absence and disappearance 3 .

predominance 7. dissociation 3. kamma 7. jhaýna 7. faculty 7. Combination of conascence. presence 9. mutuality. 1. non-disappearance 9. association 3. nutriment 7. With conascence condition and root 7. -8 1 2 . dependence 9. Of contiguity. Of conascence. resultant 1. End of Contiguity 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 210000 Common 14 050000 457. presence and non-disappearance 9 . strong-dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 .3. proximity. 2. kamma. (14) 220000 Combination 10 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With resultant 5 040000 458. path 7. dependence. absence and disappearance 1. dependence. mutuality 3.

dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 9. Of conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. With resultant 5 6. dependence. mutuality. association. End of Conascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 210000 . resultant. dissociation. dissociation. dependence. dissociation. dependence. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of conascence. Combination of conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1. association. Of conascence. 7. dependence. resultant.resultant. resultant. 5. 10. dependence. dependence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1. Of conascence. Of conascence.0 21 0 0 0 0 3. 8. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. Of conascence. mutuality. dependence . mutuality. 4. Of conascence.

5. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. Of mutuality. resultant 1. 6. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 . non-disappearance 3. kamma 3. association 3. dependence 3. dependence. -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 With resultant 3 4. dependence. path 3. 2. conascence. conascence 3. nutriment 3. conascence. association. predominance 3. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. Of mutuality. dissociation 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 .Common 14 050000 459. association. dissociation. dependence. jhaýna 3. . resultant. Of mutuality. 1. Combination of mutuality. conascence. dependence. resultant. With mutuality condition and root 3. conascence. Combination of mutuality. (14) 210000 Conascence Combinations 6 070000 Without resultant 3 460. conascence. faculty 3. 3. Of mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence 3. conascence.

3. path 7. With dependence condition and root 7. presence and non-disap- . presence 13. strong-dependence 1. Of dependence. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 13 . dissociation 5. resultant 1. (17) 220000 Combination 20 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 6 0 18 0 0 0 0 462.End of Mutuality 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 210000 Common 17 060000 461. faculty. nutriment 7. 1. prenasence 3. presence and nondisappearance 8 . faculty 7. predominance 8. Of dependence. kamma 7. association 3. conascence 9. combination of dependence. mutuality 3. nondisappearance 13. 2. object 3. jhaýna 7.

-8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 9. Of dependence. dissociation.pearance 7. presence and nondisappearance 3. Of dependence. 12. presence and nondisappearance 1 . 11. Of dependence. faculty. dissociation. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 4 . 5. 6. 10. prenascence. object. presence and non-disappearance 9 . Conascence 10 Without resultant 5 464. prenascence. prenascence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 5 . Miscellaneous 4 463. 7. Combination of dependence. 8. predominance. strong-dependence. Of dependence. 4. Of dependence. Of dependence. Combination of dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dissociation. dissociation. conascence. prenascence. Of dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and . predominance. faculty. object. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dissociation. dissociation.

dissociation. Of dependence. resultant. resultant. Of dependence. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 15. conascence. Of dependence. conascence. mutuality. conascence. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 . With resultant 5 16. 17. resultant. association. resultant. 13. mutuality. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. conasscence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 19. Of dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . Combination of dependence. mutuality. dissociation.non-disappearance 3 . conascence. 14. Of dependence. association. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. Of dependence. conascence. dissociation. End of Dependence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 210000 . 20. 18. Of dependence.

2. dependence. 3. predominance. absence . repetition 3. proximity. kamma 2. predominance 7. predominance. With strong-dependence condition and object 7. contiguity. prenascence 1. presence and non-disappearance 1 . prenascence. object. Of strong-dependence. prenascence. 1. disappearance 7. presence 1. Of strong-dependence. dissociation.Common 13 060000 465. 4. (13) X-8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 7 0 17 0 0 0 0 466. dependence 1. dissociation 1. non-disappearance 1. Combination of strong-dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . object and predominance 7 . proximity 7. object. absence 7. contiguity 7. Of strong-dependence.

dependence 3. non-disappearance 3. 6. With prenascence condition and object 3. dissociation 3. absence and disappearance 1. absence and disappearance 3 . proximity. predominance 1. 7. proximity. Of strong-dependence. 5. Of strong-dependence. (8) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 7 . Of strong-dependence and kamma 2 . presence 3. contiguity.and disappearance 7 . kamma. contiguity repetition. End of Strong-dependence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 210000 Common 8 050000 467. strong-dependence 1. faculty 1.

dependence. 2. dependence. Of prenascence. 4. Combination of prenascence presence and nondisappearance 3 . End of Prenascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 210000 Common 3 040000 . faculty. 3. Of prenascence. 5. presence and non-disappearance 3 . object. object. dissociation. object. Of prenascence. Of prenascence. dependence. Of prenascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 1 .0 13 0 0 0 0 468. 6. object. -8 1 2 050000 7. presence and non-disappearance 1. dissociation. strong-dependence. 1. predominance. dissociation. predominance. dissociation. strong-dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of prenascence dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 .

disappearance 3. strong-dependence 3. absence 3. With postnascence condition and dissociation 3. End of Postnascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 Common 5 040000 471. (3) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 1 050000 470. non-disappearance 3. With repetition condition and proximity 3.469. Combination of postnascence. contiguity 3. presence 3. (5) ( . presence and non-disappearance 3. dissociation.

dissociation 3. absence 1. proximity. strongdependence. Combination of repetition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 1 050000 472. End of Repetition 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 Common 14 040000 473. presence 7. disappearance 1. contiguity 1. strong-dependence 2. dependence 7. With kamma condition and proximity 1. nutriment 7. (14) 220000 Combination 11 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . absence and disappearance 3. association 3. resultant 1. conascence 7. contiguity. non-disappearance 7. mutuality 3.

dependence. 5. nutriment. combination of kamma and strong-dependence 2 . 4. mutuality. strong-dependence. Of kamma. dissociation. conascence. proximity. conascence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 7 . 3. presence and non-disappearance 3 . nutriment. Combination of kamma. conascence. 2. presence and non-disappearance 3 . association.Miscellaneous 2 030000 474. With resultant 5 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 15 0 0 0 0 . nutriment. Of kamma. 6. 1. nutriment. contiguity. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3. absence and disappearance 1. -8 1 2 030000 Conascence 9 With nutriment 9 Without resultant 4 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 475. Of kamma. conascence. dependence. dependence . Of kamma.

dependence. End of Kamma 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 Common 14 060000 476. presence and non-disappearance 1 . nutriment. association. association 1. nutriment. conascence. Of kamma. dependence. jhaýna 1.disappearance 1 . presence 1. path 1. 9. resultant. dependence 1. nutriment 1. dissociation 1. kamma 1. Of kamma. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1. mutuality. With resultant condition and root 1. nutriment. conascence. mutuality 1. dependence. mutuality.7. dissociation. dependence. 10. presence and non-disappearance 1 . nutriment. resultant. nutriment. Of kamma. non-disappearance 1. Combination of kamma. dissociation. conascence. 11. resultant. 8. mutuality. presence and non. presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant. conascence. (14) . conascence 1. predominance 1. dependence. conascence. Of kamma. faculty 1.

dependence.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 5 030000 477. . dissociation. Of resultant. 3. dependence. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not " 3" as in the Text. conascence. dependence. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. association. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 5. Of resutant. 4. mutuality. 1. Of resultant. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 2. Combination of resultant. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. Of resultant.

1. dissociation 3. With nutriment condition and predominance 7. End of Resultant 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 210000 Common 11 050000 478. association 3. presence and non-disappearance 7. (11) 220000 Combination 34 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 1 0 18 0 0 0 0 479. nondisappearance 7. Conascence 33 Ordinary 9 Without resultant 4 . presence and non-disappearance 1.dissociation. conascence 7. presence 7. faculty 7. mutuality 3. Combination of nutriment. dependence 7 kamma 7. resultant 1.

mutuality. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence.Of nutriment. dependence. Of nutriment. Combination of nutriment. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 .480. conascence. dependence. conascence. 4. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 7. association. dependence resultant. dependence. Of nutriment. resultant. dependence. conascence. With kamma 9 Without resultant 4 . Of nutriment. 2. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. association. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 10. conascence. 9. presence and non-disappearance 1. Of nutriment. Combination of nutriment. 3. Of nutriment. mutuality. conascence. dependence. 8. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. 5. resultant. dissociation. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. conascence. Of nutriment. resultant. dependence. mutuality. With resultant 5 6. mutuality. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 7 .

presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of nutriment. dependence. conascence. Of nutriment. 17. 20. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of nutriment. 14. conascence. conascence. 19. kamma. resultant. conascence. mutuality. dependence. mutuality. resultant. kamma. conascence. Combination of nutriment. dissociation. With resultant 5 15. kamma. conascence. conascence. Of nutriment. kamma. mutuality. . dissociation. Of nutriment. 11. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. resultant. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. 16. Of nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . Combination of nutriment. conascence. dependence. Of nutriment. association. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. kamma. dissociation. kamma. 18. association. With faculty 9 Without resultant 4 482. kamma. 13. kamma.481. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. resultant. 12. dependence. Combination of nutriment. mutuality. conascence. resultant. kamma.

Of nutriment. faculty. dependence. 29. resultant. faculty . 23. Of nutriment. dependence. faculty. Of nutriment. conascence. Of nutriment. faculty. dependence. faculty. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. dissociation. conascence. faculty. predominance. resultant. mutuality. mutuality. . faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 21. dependence. dependence. resultant. conascence. conascence. dissociation. dependence. faculty. 28. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. 22. mutuality. dependence. Of nutriment. resultant. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . dissociation. 26. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 . Combination of nutriment. faculty. mutuality. Combination of nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 7 . Of nutriment. With resultant 5 24. association. presence and non-disappearance 7 . dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of nutriment.faulty. With predominance and faculty Without resultant 3 483.association. 25. 27. conascence. conascence.

30. presence and nondisappearance 1 . faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of nutriment. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1 . predominance. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. association. resultant. conascence. Combination of nutriment. association. End of Nutriment 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 Common 14 050000 . -8 1 2 060000 34. predominance. Of nutriment. dependence. faculty. resultant. conascence. With resultant 3 32. 33. conascence. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1. dissociation. predominance. conascence. resultant. Of nutriment. dependence. dependence. predominance. faculty. mutuality. Of nutriment. faculty. predominance. dissociation. 31. dependence. dependence.

nutriment 7. predominance 7. Conascence 72 Ordinary 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 . Combination of faculty. 1. (14) 220000 Combination 76 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 485. 3. dissociation 3. non-disappearance 7. Of faculty. Combination of faculty. presence 7. 2. mutuality 3. prenasence. dissociation. With faculty condition and root 4. association 3. presence and nondisappearance 3. path 7. presence and non-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance 7 . dependence. dissociation. resultant 1. dependence. presence 1. dependence 7.484. presence and non-disappearance 1. Of faculty. 4. jhaýna 7. Miscellaneous 1 486. conascence 7. dependence.

conascence. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 8. Combination of faculty. Of faculty. dissociation. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not " mutuality" as in the Text. 6. dependence. Of faculty. dependence. association. Of faculty. conascence. re- . With resultant 5 9. Of faculty. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . Combination of faculty. dependence. 5. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. 10. mutuality. mutuality. 7. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. resultant.0 1 -1 1 0 0 9 080000 Without resultant 4 487. mutuality. conascence.

mutuality. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. 15. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. Of faculty. conascence. Of faculty. Of faculty. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1. path. re- . mutuality. conascence. With resultant 5 18. association. conascence. 19. path. resultant. association. dependence. dissociation. conascence. Combination of faculty. 13. path. resultant. mutuality. resultant. conascence. dependence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. resultant. dependence . presence and non-disappearance 1 . With path 9 Without resultant 4 488. conascence. conascence. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 20. Of faculty. mutuality. 16. dependence. Of faculty. 12. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of faculty. dissociation. path. Of faculty. conascence. Combination of faculty. Of faculty. dependence. path presence and non-disappearance 3 . 14. 17. dependence. dissociation.sultant. dependence. 11. conascence.

presence and non-disappearance 1. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. 28. mutuality. Combination of faculty. path. mutuality. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. mutuality. Of faculty.sulant. conascence. 24. association. 21. resultant. . resultant. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 7 . 26. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. association. dependence. resultant. Of faculty. Of faculty. Of faculty. dependence. mutuality. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. 25. dissociation. Combination of faculty. association. jhaýna. dependence. conascence. dependence. 22. Of faculty. jhaýna. dependence. jhaýna. dependence. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence . jhaýna. path. jhaýna. dependence. path. conascence. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 With jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 489. mutuality. conascence. Of faculty. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 23. 29. With resultant 5 27. dissociation. conascence. Of faculty.

With jhaýna and path 9 Without resultant 4 490. mutuality. dependence.path. jhaýna. 31. path. 33. conascence. conascence. jhaýna. resultant. conascence. 38. Of faculty. mutuality. dependence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . With resultant 5 36. 35. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. resultant. path. dependence. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. conascence. -8 1 2 0 35 0 0 0 0 37. path. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. dependence. Of faculty. association. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of faculty. conascence. association. jhaýna dissociation. dissociation. Of faculty. 32. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of faculty. resultant. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1. mutuality. Of faculty. jhaýna . conascence. path. jhaýna .path. Of faculty. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 .30. . Combination of faculty. Combination of faculty. resulant. conascence. path. jhaýna. jhaýna. mutuality. dependence. resultant. dependence. 34. mutuality.

Of faculty. Of faculty. dissociation. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. dependence. conascence. Combination of faculty. presence and non-disappearance 7 . mutuality. dependence. 42. Of faculty. nutriment. path. nutriment. Of faculty. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . association. association. With resultant 5 45. . Of faculty. jhaýna. conascence. conascence. conascence. 41. dissociation. resultant. mutuality. nutriment. jhaýna. Of faculty. Combination of faculty. nutriment. conascence. 47. nutriment. mutuality. conascence. path. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. dependence. 40. 46. dissociation. dependence. resultant. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . 43. With nutriment 9 Without resultant 4 491. mutuality. dependence. resultant. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence.39. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 44. dependence. Of faculty. dependence. resultant.

conascence. mutuality. dependence. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. dependence. resultant. Of faculty. dissociation. predominance. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. nutriment. dependence. 51. Of faculty. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 1. mutuality. resultant. predominance. dependence. dissociation.presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. 54. nutriment. Of faculty. 50. -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 With predominance and nutriment 6 Without resultant 3 492. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. mutuality. association. nutriment.48. dependence. Of faculty. conascence. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 55. Combination of faculty. conascence. nutriment. conascence. dissociation. Of faculty. 49. resultant. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 7 . nutriment. 52. Combination of faculty. resultant. dissociation. presence and non-disap- . conascence. predominance. predominance. With resultant 3 53. predominance. association. conascence. Of faculty. dependence.

Of faculty. dependence. resultant. resultant. Combination of faculty. dependence. 58. Combination of faculty. resultant. dependence. mutuality. conascence. With resultant 3 59. dissociation. predominance. -8 1 2 0 35 0 0 0 0 61. 56. presence and non-disappearance 3 . path. 57. mutuality. With predominance and path 6 Without resultant 3 493. conascence. 62. predominance. . association. dependence. presence and nondisappearance 1 . Of faculty. root. dependence. With root and path 9 without resultant 4 494. path. path. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. path. conascence.pearance 1. predominance. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of faculty. conascence. dependence. conascence. predominance. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 4 . presence and non-disappearance 3. path. path. path. presence and non-disappearance 7 . conascence. predominance. dependence. 60. Combination of faculty. Of faculty. association.

Of faculty. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 4 . path. conascence. resultant. path. presence and non-disappearance 2 . root. dependence. mutuality. mutuality. dependence. path. mutuality. Of faculty.63. dependence. Combination of faculty. association. With root. root. 72. root. dependence. dependence. Of faculty. Combination of faculty. root. 71. dissociation. Of faculty. association. predominance and path 6 Without resultant 3 495. path. mutuality. dependence. mutuality. conascence. resultant. dissociation. Of faculty. 64. presence and non-disappearance 1 . path. association. path. 69. mutuality. path. resultant. path. 65. path. presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 2 . conascence. root. root. dependence. presence and non-disappearance . conascence. conascence. prenascence and non-disappearance 1 . Of faculty. root. dependence. 70. dissociation. With resultent 5 66. resultant. conascence. conascence. Of faculty. 68. predominance. presence and non-disap- . 67. root. predominance. root. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . root. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 2. conascence. dependence. conascence. path.

dissociation. With jhaýna condition and conascence 7. dependence. -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 With resultant 3 74.pearance 2 . End of Faculty 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 210000 Common 10 040000 496. dependence . predominance. 76. dependence. root. presence 7. path . presence and non-disappearance 2. root. 75. presence an -non disappearance 1 . Of faculty. resultant. root. predominance. resultant. conascence. Of faculty. dependencd 7. predominance. Of faculty. conascence. dissociation 3. resultant 1. association 3. mutuality. dissociation. predominance. resultant. conascence. non-disappearance 7. path. dependence. (10) . association. 73. conascence. root. Combination of faculty. presence and nondisappearance 1. faculty 7. mutuality 3. path 7. presence and non-disappearance 1 . path.

Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Combination of jhaýna. conascence. mutuality. 4. conascence. Of jhaýna. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 3 . Of jhaýna. mutuality. resultant. dependence. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 3. dependence. dependence. 2. resultant. conascence. mutuality. association. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 7 . 1.220000 Conascence Combinations 36 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Ordinary 9 0 18 0 0 0 0 Without resultant 4 497. With resultant 5 5. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dissociation. 6. dependence. Combination of jhaýna. -8 1 2 . conascence.

Combination of jhaýna. dependence. With resultant 5 14. conascence. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . faculty. dependence. Of jhaýna. dependence. 9. mutuality. mutuality. 15. 8. faculty. conascence. Combination of jhaýna. Of jhaýna. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of jhaýna. dependence. conascence. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . Of jhaýna. faculty. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1. association. resultant. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant. dependence. dependence. Of jhaýna. resul- . dependence. conascence. conascence. resultant. mutuality.0 37 0 0 0 0 7. resultant. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 7 . 16. dissociation. mutuality. conascence. dependence. Of jhaýna. faculty. dissociation. association. With faculty 9 Without resultant 4 498. 11. faculty. conascence. dependence. 12. dependence. mutuality. mutuality. 10. presence and non-disappearance 3. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of jhaýna. 13.

24. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1. dissociation. path. path. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 3 . resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 22. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of jhaýna. 17. re- . -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 21. dependence. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. conascence. 19. resultant. conascence. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . mutuality. With path 9 With resultant 4 499. Combination of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. conascence. association. 20. presence and non-disappearance 7 . mutuality.tant. faculty. dissociation. Of jhaýna. dependence. conascence. path. dependence. dependence. Combination of jhaýna. mutuality. association. dependence. conascence. resultant. dependence. Of jhaýna. mutuality. conascence. dissociation. dependence. With resultant 5 23. Of jhaýna. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. faculty. Of jhaýna. 18. Of jhaýna. mutuality. path. 25. resultant. conascence.

29. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. dependence. dissociation. association. association. Of jhaýna. Of jhaýna. 26. 33. path. Of jhaýna. combination of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . path. dependence resultant. dependence. resultant. dependence. Combination of jhaýna. mutuality. conascence. -8 1 2 . conascence. faculty. conascence. 34. path. path. association. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 27. conascence. path. Of jhaýna. resultant. Of jhaýna. faculty. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . path. 30. path. path. conascence. mutuality. path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . faculty. With faculty and path 9 Without resultant 4 500.sultant. mutuality. Of jhaýna. dependence. dependence. conascence. With resultant 5 32. path. faculty. mutuality. dependence. dissociation. dependence. mutuality. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 7 . faculty. conascence. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1. faculty. 31. resultant. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 28. presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant.

With path condition and root 4. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. resultant. dependence. conascence 7. faculty. mutuality 3. dissociation. path. faculty 7. association 3.080000 35. conascence. predominance 7. non-disappearance 7. resultant. End of Jhaýna 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 Common 12 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 050000 501. jhaýna 7. (12) 220000 Conascence Combination 57 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . dissociation 3. 36. mutuality. path. resultant 1. Of jhaýna. dissociation. faculty. Of jhaýna. presence 7. dependence 7. conascence.

presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of path. Of. conascence. association. dependence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3. dissociation. conascence. resultant. 2. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 1 .Ordinary 9 0 20 0 0 0 0 Without resultant 4 502. dependence. 7. Of path. dependence. conascence. 3. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 7 . conascence. Combination of path. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 6. Of path. dependence. conascence. 8. Of path. dependence. Combination of path. mutuality. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 3 . Of path. association. conascence. dependence. path. conascence. mutuality. With resultant 5 5. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . resutant. 4. 1. mutuality.

mutualtiy. presence and non-disappearance 3. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Of path. mutuality. Of path. conascence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. dependence. faculty. Of path. Wtih faculty 9 Without resultant 4 503. conascence mutuality. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 11. 020000 Y-8 1 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 9. 12. presence and non-disappearance 7 . conascence. Of path. faculty. dependence.6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not " 10 " as in the Text. . 13. faculty. association. 10. dependence. dependence. dissociation. conascence. dissocia0 25 0 0 0 0 tion. Combination of path. resultant.

dependence. jhaýna. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 15. conascence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. Of path. conascence. resultant. faculty. Of path. mutuality. dissociation. Of path. resultant. dissociation. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 3. jhaýna. presence and non-disapperance 1 . 16. dependence. 21. Of path. faculty. faculty. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 7 . dependence. 17. conascence. jhaýna. association. association. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. conascence. resultant. mutuality. Of path. dissociation. jhaýna. faculty. Combination of path. resultant. presence and non-disapperance 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 18. dependence. conascence.With resultant 5 14. mutuality. 19. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. mutuality. Of path. conascence. 20. conascence. 410000 . Of path. conascence. Combination of path. With jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 504. 22. dependence. conascence.

conascence. Of path. 27.1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Misplaced under " With resultant ". 24. Of path. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. mutuality. conascence. dependence. resultant. 25. jhaýna. resultant. Of path. With faculty and jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 505. 0 1 -1 1 0 0 -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 With resultant 5 23. conascence. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. resultant. dependence. mutuality. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . dissociation. Combination of path. mutuality. Combination of path. association. . 28. faculty. dependence. Of path. dependence. 29. jhaýna. mutuality. conascence. 26. resultant. dissociation. jhaýna. jhaýna. dependence. dependence resultant. presence and non-disappearance 1. Of path. presence and non-disappearance 7 . jhaýna.

33. 36. Of path. resultant. dependence. mutuality. faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . Of path. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant. resultant. With resultant 5 32. faculty. mutuality. . faculty. Combination of path. faculty. jhaýna. faculty. dependence. conascence. jhaýna. dependence. 34. resultant. Of path. conascence. association.jhaýna. faculty. predominance. 35. dependence. dissociation. 31. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. conascence. 37. jhaýna. mutuality. faculty. dependence. mutuality. jhaýna. dependence. Of path. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. Of path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of path. Of path. faculty. 30. jhaýna. jhaýna. Combination of path. dissociation. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 3. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 With predominance and faculty 6 Without resultant 3 506. jhaýna. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 7 . association. dissociation. 38. presence and non-disappearance 3 . resultant.

Combination of path. faculty. conascence. conascence. resultant. Of path. conascence. dependence. Combination of path. presence and non-disappearance 3. presence and non-disappearance 4 . 45. resultant. Of path. dissociation. root. presence and non-disappearance 2 . presence and non-disappearance 1.dependence. 43. mutuality. dependence. association. faculty. dependence. With resultant 3 40. presence and nondisappearance 1 . faculty. conascence. conascence. predominance. root. dependence. 41. predominance. Of path. root. association. Of path. 42. With root and faculty 9 Without resultant 4 507. conascence. faculty. faculty. faculty. Of path. dependence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . resultant. 39. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 2 . dependence. conascence. . 46. faculty. mutuality. 44. dependence. Of path. dissociation. predominance. dependence. faculty. faculty. association. predominance.

presence and non-disappearance 2 . . 50. dissociation. mutuality. -8 1 2 0 32 0 0 0 0 48. conascence. dependence. conascence. faculty. resultant. conascence. conascence. mutuality. conascence. Combination of path. Of path. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 51. presence and non-disappearance 2. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 2. root. Of path. dependence. faculty. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 4 .dissociation. faculty. Of path. dependence. resultant. root. presence and non-disappearance 1. Combination of path. root. root. predominance. 52. With resultant 5 47. root. presence and non-disappearance 1 . conascence. Of path. faculty. resultant. resultant. Of path. root. root. faculty. 49. root. 53. Of path. conascence. faculty dissociation. dependence. With root. association. faculty. conascence. 54. mutuality. dependence. predominance. predominance and faculty 6 Without resultant 3 508. resultant. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. mutuality. dissociation. association. faculty.

57. conascence. Of path. resultant. faculty 3. predominance. 56. predominance 3. root. With association condition and root 3. resultant. kamma 3. nondisappearance 3. conascence 3. presence and non. End of Path 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 210000 Common 13 040000 509. presence and nondisappearance 1 . path 3. (13) -8 1 2 230000 Conascence Combinations 2 . mutuality. conascence. dissociation. resultant. faculty. association. faculty. faculty. dependence 3. nutriment 3. dependence. mutuality 3. Combination of path.Without resultant 3 55. conascence. dependence. jhaýna 3. predominance. root. resultant 1. presence 3. predominance. root.disappearance 1. Of path. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 1 .

prenascence 3. kamma 3. dependence. conascence 3. mutuality. (17) . presence and non-disappearance 1. predominance 4. 1.0 1 -1 1 0 0 Without resultant 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 510. strongdependence 1. With resultant 1 2. Combination of association. conascence. conascence. resultant 1. presence and non-disappearance 3. postnascence 3. End of Association 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 210000 Common 17 060000 511. non-disappearance 5. path 3. With dissociation condition and root 3. dependence 5. resultant. nutriment 3. faculty 3. mutuality. mutuality 1. dependence. object 3. Combination of association. presence 5. jhaýna 3.

prenascence. Of dissociaton. dependence. prenascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . 1. presence and non-disappearance 3 . strong-dependence. dependence. Of dissociation. 4. presence and non-disappearance 3 . prenascence. Combination of dissociation. dependence. Of dissociation. predominance. postnascence. Of dissociation dependence. Combination of dissociation. dependence. faculty. object. presence and non-disappearance 5 . faculty. presence and non-disappearance 5 . 8. presence and non-disappearance 1 . Of dissociation. object. presence and non-disappearance 4 . -8 1 2 0 24 0 0 0 0 7. 3. presence and nondisappearance 3. dependence. predominance. dependence. . 9. Miscellaneous 5 513.210000 Combinations 13 0 14 0 0 0 0 Mixed 4 512. Of dissociation. prenascence. 5. 2. Of dissociation. 6.

resultant. dependence. Of dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 3.presence and non-disappearance 1. conascence. object 3. strong- . resultant. Combination of dissociation. dependence. conascence 9. 10. conascence. mutuality 3. presence and non-disappearance 1. With resultant 2 12. Conascence 4 Without resultant 2 514. presence and non-disappearance 1 . 11. mutuality. dependence 13. predominance 8. presence and non-disappearance 1. With presence condition and root 7. dependence. mutualtiy. dependence. Combination of dissociation. Of dissociation. End of Dissociation 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 210000 Common 18 060000 515. 13. conascence. conascence.

6. non-disappearance 13. path 7. resultant 1. faculty. Of presence. predominance and non-disappearance 8 . nutriment 7. 10. dissociation and non-disappearance 5 . faculty 7. jhaýna 7. faculty and non-disappearance 7 . faculty and non-disappearance 7 . Of presence. Of presence. nutriment and non-disappearance 7 . 3. postnascence 3. prenascence 3. Of presence. 11. dependence. dependence and non-disappearance 13 . Of presence. 7. (18). Of presence.dependence 1. dependence. kamma 7. dissociation 5. predominance. dissociation and non-disappearance 4 . 4 1 -1 1 0 0 . 1. Of presence. dependence. Of presence. association 3. Of presence. dependence. dependence and nondisappearance 8 . predominance. 210000 Combination 29 040000 Mixed 11 516. 2. Of presence. -8 1 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 4. 8. dissociation and non-disappearance 5 . 9. 5. Combination of presence and non-disappearance 13 .

predominance. 19.1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 dissociation and 0 25 0 0 0 0 non-disappearance 3. Of presence. object. dependence. prenascence and non-disappearance 3 . prenascence. prenascence and non-disappearance 3 . Miscellaneous 8 517. 18. prenascence. strong-dependence. dissociation and non-disappearance 3 . postnascence. dependence. object. 12. 16. dependence. predominance. object. Of presence. prenascence. Of presence. Of presence. strong-dependence. dissociation and non-disappearance 1 . dissociation and non-disappearance 3 . 13. dissociation and non-disappearance 1. Of presence. Conascence 10 . Of presence. object. Of presence. prenascence and non-disappearance 1 . faculty. 14. Combination of presence. 17. dependence. dissociation and non-disappearance 3 . 15. prenascence.

conascence. conascence. dependence. conascence. . association and non-disappearance 3 . 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Let out in the Text. conascence. Of presence. 010000 -8 1 2 0 23 0 0 0 0 21. mutuality. conascence. conascence. 24. 23. dependence. dependence. With resultant 5 25. dependence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence.Without resultant 5 518. 20. 22. resultant and non-disappearance 1 . Of presence. Combination of presence. Of presence. dependence and non-disappearance 9 . Of presence. dissociation and non-disappearance 1. dissociation and non-disapearance 3 . Combination of presence. mutuality. mutuality.

With absence condition and proximity 7. dissociation and non-disappearance 1. 27. resultant and non-disappearance 1 .26. kamma 1. repetition 3. association and non-disappearance 1 . mutuality. End of Presence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 210000 Common 6 050000 519. dissociation and non-disappearance 1 . dependence. (6) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) . conascence. contiguity 7. resultant. 29. Of presence. Of presence. conascence. dependence. disappearance 7. mutuality. dependence. Of presence. conascence. 28. strong-dependence 7. dependence. resultant. resultant. Of presence. mutuality. conascence.

kamma 1. 2. strongdependence and disappearance 7 . repetition 3. contiguity. strong-dependence. 3. strong-dependence 7. repetition and disappearance 3 . proximity. With disappearance condition and proximity 7. proximity. kamma and disappearance 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 3 070000 520. Of absence. contiguity. Combination of absence. End of Absence-8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Disappearance 210000 Common 6 050000 521. strong-dependence. contiguity 7. absence 7. 1. Of absence. (6) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . contiguity. proximity.

resultant 1. path 7. strong-dependence and absence 7 . Combination of disappearance. strong-dependence 1. prenascence 3. kamma and absence 1. (18) 210000 . 1. mutuality 3. kamma 7. 2. contiguity. contiguity. predominance 8. postnascence 3. faculty 7. 3. With non-disappearance condition and root 7. jhaýna 7. dependence 13. proximity.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 3 090000 522. presence 13. strong-dependence. contiguity. End of Disappearance 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-Disappearance 210000 Common 18 060000 523. proximity. nutriment 3. strong-dependence. Of disappearance. object 3. conascence 9. association 3. Of disappearance. proximity. repetition and absence 3 . dissociation 5.

faculty. dissociation and presence 5 . Combination of non-disappearance and presence 13 . dissociation and presence 3 . Of non-disappearance. dissociation and presence 3. 2. dissociation and presence 4 . predominance. dependence. 5. dependence and presence 8 . 12. 9. postnascence. 6. Of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. 1. Of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. dependence. Combination of non-disappearance. 10. dependence. Of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. dependence and presence 13 . 4. prenascence and presence 3 . Of non-disappearance. . 13. dissociation and presence 5 . Miscellaneous 8 525. dependence.Combination 29 0 16 0 0 0 0 Mixed 11 524. 3. faculty and presence 7 . faculty and presence 7 . predominance. Of non-disappearance. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 11. 7. nutriment and presence 7 . Of non-disappearance. 8. predominance and presence 8 .

15. object. dependence and presence 9 . 18. Conascence 10 Without resultant 5 526. 16. 22. Of non-disappearance. 19. dissociation and presence 1. object. conascence. strongdependence. dependence. object. prenascence. dissociation and presence 3 . prenascence and presence 1 . Of non-disappearance. 21. dissociation and presence 3 . Of non-disappearance. mutuality. association and presence 3 . 24. Of non-disappearance. 20. conascence. strong-dependence. conascence. dependence. dependence. Of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. object. dependence. dependence. faculty. dependence. Of non-disappearance. dependence and presence 3 .14. dissociation and presence 1 . prenascence. conascence. predominance. Of non-disappearance. mutuality. 23. prenascence. predominance. dissociation and presence 3 . Combination of non-disappearance. Of non-disappearance. prenascence. mutuality. conascence. Of non-disappearance. 17. de- . prenascence and presence 3 .

conascence. dependence. (i) Faultless state is related to faultless state by object condition. SELECTION OF THE CONDITIONS FOR NEGATIVE 527. Combination of non-disappearance. resultant. 28. Of non-disappearance. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 26. association and presence 1 . resultant and presence 1 . resultant and presence 1 . dissociation and presence 1 . resultant. strong-dependence condition. End of Non-disappearance End of Positive Enumeration in " Investigation " Chapter. Of non-disappearance. resultant. conascence. conascence condition. dependence. 29.pendence. dissociation and presence 1. (iii) Faultless state is related to indeterminate state by . With resultant 5 25. Of non-disappearance. strong-dependence condition. dissociation and presence 1. conascence. dependence. mutuality. mutuality. mutuality. dependence. dependence. (ii) Faultless state is related to faulty state by object condition. 27. 2. conascence. Of non-disappearance. conascence.

prenascence condition. (vi) Faulty state is related to faultless state by object condition. (4) 529. (v) Faulty state is related to faulty state by object condition. postnascence condition. strong-dependence condition. conascence condition. prenascence condition. strong -dependence condition. (viii) Faulty state is related to faulty and indeterminate state by conascence condition. conascence condition. prenascence condition.object condition. -8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 (xi) Indeterminate state is related to faulty state by object condition. strong-dependence condition. kamma condition. (xii) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to . (4) 528. strong-dependence condition. nutriment condition. strong-dependence condition. (ix) Indeterminate state is related to indeterminate state by object condition. conascence condition. faculty condition. (iv) Faultless state is related to faultless and indeterminate state by conascence condition. (3) 530. strong-dependence condition. (x) Indeterminate state is related to faultless state by object condition. postnascence condition. postnascence condition. conascence condition. (vii) Faulty state is related to indeterminate state by object condition. strong-dependence. kamma condition.

notcontiguity 15. (2) End of Selection of the Conditions for Negative in " Investigation " Chapter. notobject 15. not-repetition 15. there are) 15 (answers). (xv) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by conascence. not-prenascence 13. not-postnascence 15. not-strong-dependence 15. (xiv) Faulty and indeterminate states are related to faclty state by conascence-prenascence. not-predominance 15. With not-root (condition. (xiii) Faultless and indeterminate states are related to indeterminate state by conascence. postnascence-nutrimentfaculty. not- . not-proximity 15. (2) 531. not-mutuality 11. not-kamma 15. 2 CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 210000 0 11 0 0 0 0 532. notdependence11. postnascence-nutrimentfaculty. not-conascence 11.faultless state by conascence-prenascence.

there are) 15 (answers). 210000 . not-repetition 15. not-predominance 15. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 080000 533. not-non-disappearance 9. not-jhaýna 15. not-prenascence 13. not-faculty 15. not-nondisappearance 9. not-conascence 11. not-dissociation 9.resultant 15. not-strong-dependence 15. notdependence 11. not-proximity 15. not-nutriment 15. not-mutuality 11.. not-association 11. With not-root condition and not-object (condition. notresultant 15. not-absence 15. not-presence 9. not-nutriment 15. not-dissociation 9. not-path 15. not-jhaýna 15. not-postnascence 15. not-faculty 15. not-kamma 15. not-disappearance 15. not-disappearance 15. not-absence 15. not-association 11. -8 1 2 040000 not-path 15. notpresence 9. notcontiguity 15.

not-prenascence 14. not-muutuality 11. not-absence 15. not-disappearance 15.By Threes 090000 With not-root. not-kamma 15. not-path 15. 210000 By Sevens . not-presence 9. not-path 15. not-dissociation 9. not-contiguity conditions and not-conascence 11. . not-resultant 15. not-strong-dependence 13. not-strong-dependence 13. not-object. not-faculty 15. not-jhaýna 15. . not-object conditions and not-predominance 15. not-nutriment 15. not-association 11. not-absence 15. not-association 11. not-resultant 15. not-postnascence 15. not-dissociation 9. not-prenascence 13. not-repetition 15. not-faculty 15. 210000 By Sixes 090000 With not-root. not-conascence 11. not-non-disappearance 9. notpresence 9. not-proximity. not-predominance. not-proximity 15. not-repetition 15.nondisappearance 9. not-contiguity 15. not-jhaýna 15. not. not-mutuality 11. not-kamma 15. not-dependence 11. . not-dependence 11. not-postnascence 15. not-disappearance 15. not-nutriment 15.

not-conascence conditions and not-mutuality 11. not-proximity. not-predominance. not-nondisappearance 9. not-prenascence 11. notpresence 9. notjhaýna 11. not-object. not-predominance. not-faculty 11. not-repetition 11. not-postnascence 9. not-jhaýna 11. not-postnascence 9. not-dependence 11. notresultant 11. not-kamma 11. not-nutriment 11. not-dissociation 9. not-strong-dependence 11. 210000 By Eights 050000 With not-root. not-nutriment 11. 210000 By Nines . not-kamma 11. not-contiguity. not-association 11. not-nondisappearance 9. not-contiguity. not-resultant 11.090000 With not-root. not-strong-dependence 7. not-conascence. not-disappearance 11. not-dissociation 9. not-repetition 11. not-disappearance 11. not-absence 11. not-prenascence 11. not-faculty 11. not-mutuality conditions and not-dependence 11. not-path 11. not-absence 11. not-proximity. not-object. not-association 11. -8 1 2 040000 not-path 11. not-presence 9.

not-object. not-association 11. not-mutuality. not-presence 2. not-nutriment 11. not-proximity. not-kamma 11. not-disappearance 5. not-conascence. not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5. not-repetition 5. not-object. not-kamma 5. not-dependence. not-proximity. not-nondisappearance 9. not-predominance. not-proximity. not-jhaýna 5. not-dissociation 3. not-contiguity. not-path 5. not-faculty 11. . not-prenascence 11. notresultant 11. 210000 By Elevens 080000 With not-root. notpostnascence 3. notpresence 9. not-nutriment 5. not-jhaýna 11. not-conascence. not-absence 11. not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 5. not-non-disappearance 2. not-predominance. not-postnascence 9. not-dissociation 9.faculty 5. not-predominance. not.090000 With not-root. not-disappearance 11. not-mutuality. not-object. 210000 By Tens 080000 With not-root. not-resultant 5. not-absence 5. notassociation 5. not-contiguity. not-path 11. not-repetition 11.

not-nutriment 1. . not-faculty 1. . not-postnascence. not-dependence. 410000 . not-absence 1. not-non-disappearance 2. not-jhaýna 1. . not-conascence. . not-absence 5. not-prenascence. not-absence 3. not-path 5. not-proximity. not-presence 2. 210000 By Twelves 060000 With not-root. -8 1 2 210000 By Fourteens 050000 With not-root. not-prenascence conditions and notpostnascence 3. not-mutuality. not-predominance. not-path 1. . . not-path 3. not-repetition 5. not-disappearance 5. not-jhaýna 3. not-repetition. not-resultant 3. not-faculty 3. not-resultant 5. . . not-kamma 5. not-dissociation 1. not-nutriment 5. not-non-disappearance 2. not-object.not-contiguity. notassociation 5. not-disappearance 3. . not-strong-dependence. not-kamma 1. not-disappearance 1. not-postnascence conditions and not-repetition 3. not-faculty 5. not-jhaýna 5. notnutriment 3. not-object . not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 3. notassociation 3. not-association 1. . not-presence 2. not-kamma conditions and not-resultant 1. not-contiguity .

not-disappearance 1. not-nutriment. not-dissociation 1. . not-absence 1. not-resultant. not-disappearance 1. not-object . . notassociation 1. not-path 1. . not-absence 1. notnutriment conditions and not-jhaýna 1. . 210000 By Twenty-one . 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 010000 210000 By Seventeens 050000 With not-root. . . not-jhaýna condition and not-path 1. not-dissociation 1. not-object . not-kamma.1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Sixteens (with nutriment) 030000 With not-root. not-resultant. . not-association 1. not-kamma.

. . not-dissociation. . . . not-absence conditions and not-disappearance 1. not-absence 1. not-object . . not-jhaýna. not-nutriment. . not-object .040000 With not-root. . not030000 faculty conditions and not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma. 210000 By Sixteens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 210000 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With not-root. not-kamma. 210000 Again . not-dissociation 1. not-path. not-resultant.one 060000 With not-root. not-object . not-association 1. not-disappearance 1. not-resultant. . not-association. not-path 1. .By Twenty.

not-faculty 15. notconascence 11. End of Not-root 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos 050000 534. not-dissociation 9. not-path 15. not-postnascence 15.resultant 15. not-absence . -8 1 2 050000 not-repetition 15. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 This portion is not mentioned in the Text. not-kamma 15. not-prenascence 13. not-dependence 11. not-proximity 15. notassociation 11. With not-object condition and not-root 15. not-association. notnutriment 15. not-presence 9.not-faculty. not-contiguity 15. not-predominance 15. not-path. notstrong-dependence 13. not-jhaýna 15. not-dissociation. not-mutuality 11. not-absence conditions and not-disappearance 1. not. not-jhaýna.

not-association 11. .) . . . . not-disappearance 15.) End of Not-object 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance. not-kamma 11. . not-resultant 11. not-faculty 11. . . . not-contiguity. not-dissociation 9. not-path 11. not-root. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. not-postnascence 9. not-repetition 11. not-prenascence 11. 050000 535. . not-strong-dependence 7. . not-presence 9. 210000 By Sevens 0 13 0 0 0 0 With not-object. not-predominance. . not-disappearance 11. not-nondisappearance 9. not-proximity. with not-proximity condition . With not-predominance condition .15. with not-contiguity condition. not-conascence conditions and not-mutuality 11. notjhaýna 11. not-absence 11. not-non-disappearance 9. not-dependence 11. not-nutriment 11. . etc. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition.

notobject 11. 210000 By Fours 050000 With not-conascence. not-predominance 11. not-proximity 11. not-prenascence 11. not-root. not- . not-dependence 11. not-non-disappearance 9. not-dissociation 9. z-8 1 2 090000 not-prenascence 11. not-resultant 11.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-conascence 210000 By Twos 090000 536. not-association 11. not-kamma 11. not-presence 9. not-strong-dependece 7. . notmutuality 11. not-absence 11. not-proximity 11. not-object conditions and notpredominance 11. With not-conascence condition and not-root 11. not-faculty 11. not-postnascence 9. . not-jhaýna 11. not-postnascence 9. not-mutuality 11. notstrong-dependence 11. . not-contiguity 11. not-disappearance 11. not-repetition 11. notcontiguity 11. not-nutriment 11. not-path 11. not-repetition 11. not-dependence 11.

not-path 11.kamma 11. not-proximity 11. notnon-disappearance 9.) End of Not-conascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-mutuality 210000 By Twos 090000 537. not-resultant 11. . not-association 11. not-dependence 11. . . not-contiguity 11. not-non-disappearance 9. not-object 11. With not-mutuality condition and not-root 11. not-conascence 11. not-faculty 11. not-root . not-disappearance 11. not-kamma 11. not-postnascence 11. not-strong-dependence 11. not-path 11. not-resultant 11. not-predominance 11.nutriment 11. With not-conascence. not-association 11. not-absence 11. not-nutriment 11. not-prenascence 11. not-absence 11. . not-presence 9. not-jhaýna 11. 210000 By Fours 090000 . not-dissociation 9. not-presence 9. not-jhaýna 11. (Abbreviated. not-faculty 11. not. . not-disappearance 11. not-repetition 11. not-dissociation 9.

not-faculty 11. not-postnascence 11. not-repetition 11. not-dependence 11. (Abbreviated. not-proximity 11. not-dissociation 9. not-disappearance 11. not-nutriment 11. not-object conditions and notpredominance 11. not-root. not-resultant 11.With not-mutuality. not-non-disappearance 9. . not-postnascence 9. not-jhaýna 11. not-path 11.) End of Not-mutuality 210000 -8 1 2 010000 . not-absence 11. not-dissociation 9. not-faculty 11. not-prenascence 11. not-prenascence 11. not-strong-dependence 7. . not-association 11. not-association 11. not-strong-dependence 7. 210000 By Eights 090000 With not-mutuality. not-presence 9. . not-proximity. not-absence 11. not-contiguity. not-disappearance 11. not-path 11. not-conascence conditions and not-dependence 11. not-kamma 11. not-nondisappearance 9. not-nutriment 11. notpresence 9. . notconascence 11. not-kamma 11. . not-object. not-jhaýna 11. notresultant 11. not-repetition 11. . not-root. not-contiguity 11. not-predominance.

not-contiguity 11. notdisappearance 11. not-jhaýna 11.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dependence 210000 By Twos 090000 538. With not-dependence condition and not-root 11. . . notrepetition 11. not-strongdependence 11. not-faculty 11. notcontiguity 11. 210000 By Fours 090000 With not-dependence. not-proximity 11. not-root. not-proximity 11. not-conascence 11. not-absence 11. not-dissociation 9. not-predominance 11. not-kamma 11. not-path 11. notobject 11. not-prenascence 11. notkamma 11. not-prenascence 11. not-repetition 11. notnon-disappearance 9. not-absence 11. not-association 11. . . not-faculty 11. not-path 11. not-nutriment 11. not-association 11. not-postnascence 9. . not-dissociation 9. not-non-disappearance 9. not-resultant 11. not-jhaýna 11. not-mutuality 11. not-presence 9. not-mutuality 11. not-disappearance 11. not-conascence 11. not-strong-dependence 5. not-nutriment 11. not-presence 9. not-postnascence 9. . . not-resultant 11. not-object conditions and not-predominance 11.

not-postnascence 15. not-mutuality 11. not-association 5. not-presence 2. notrepetition 15. not-postnascence 3. not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5.) End of Not-dependence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-strong-dependence 210000 By Twos 070000 539. not-path 5. not-conascence. . not-jhaýna 5. . not-absence 5. not-dissociation 3. not-repetition 5. not-kamma 5. not-contiguity. notmutuality. (Abbreviated. not-root. not-object 13. not-faculty 5. not-resultant 15. not-proximity 15. not-prenascence 13.210000 By Tens 0 11 0 0 0 0 With not-dependence. not-resultant 5. not-predominance. not-proximity. . not-non-disappearance 2. not-nutriment 5. notcontiguity 15. With not-strong-dependence condition and not-root 15. not-kamma 15. not-predominance 15. not-conascence 11. not-disappearance 5. not-object. not-nutriment . notdependence 11.

not-association 7.-8 1 2 040000 15. not-proximity 13. not-presence 2. not-jhaýna 15. not-path 13. not-absence 15. not-contiguity. notprenascence 9. not-absence 13. notkamma 13. not-faculty 15. not-object. not-faculty 13. not-conascence 7. . . not-object conditions and not-predominance 13. not-jhaýna 13. 210000 By Fours 090000 With not-strong-dependence. . not-disappearance 13. not-dissociation 5. . notpredominance. not-mutuality 7. not-nutriment 13. not-postnascence 13. not-contiguity 13. not-root. not-repetition 13. 210000 By Eights 090000 With not-strong-dependence. not-path 15. not-disappearance 15. not-root. not-nondisappearance 2. not-conascence conditions and not-mutuality 7. not-dependence 5. not-proximity. not-dissociation 9. not-non-disappearance 9. not-dependence 5 not- . not-presence 9. not-resultant 13. . not-association 11. .

not-resultant 7. not-conascence. not-kamma 7. not-faculty 7. not-prenascence 5. not-presence 2. not-mutuality conditions and not-dependence 5. not-dissociation 3. not-proximity. not-disappearance 7. not-mutuality. notpredominance. not-conascence. not-presence 2. notkamma 7. not-contiguity. not-object. notpredominance. not-nondisappearance 2. not-root. not-nutriment 7. not-nutriment 7. notresultant 5. not-kamma 5. not-resultant 7. not-repetition 7. not-absence 7. not-association7. not-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5. not-faculty 5. not- . not-disappearance 7. not-postnascence 5. not-absence 7. not-object. not-path 7. not-postnascence 3. not-non-disappearance 2. not-repetition 5. not-nutriment 5. not-faculty 7. not-jhaýna 5. not-proximity. not-dissociation 3. 210000 By Tens 080000 With not-strong-dependence. not-jhaýna 7. 210000 By Nines 080000 With not-strong-dependence. not-path 7. not-contiguity. not-association 7. not-postnascence 5. not-root. not-repetition 7.prenascence 5. not-jhaýna 7.

. With not-prenascence condition and not-root 13. not-predominance 13. not-path 3. . not-faculty 13. not-disappearance 13.absence 13. not-kamma 13. .) End of Not-Strong-dependence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 090000 540. not-disappearance 5. . not-non-disappearance 2. not-repetition 13. notcontiguity 13. not-dissociation 3. not-conascence 11. not-mutuality 11. 210000 By Fours . not-presence 2. (Abbreviated. not-association 11. not-association 5. not-strong-dependence 13. not-resultant 13. . not-presence 9. notobject 13. not.path 5. not-postnascence 13. notdependence 11. not-proximity 13. . not-non-disappearance 9. -8 1 2 050000 not-absence 5. not-nutriment 13. not-dissociation 9. not-jhaýna 13.

not-contiguity. not-resultant 11. not-disappearance 11. . not-dependence 11. notstrong-dependence 9. not-absence 13. 210000 By Tens 040000 .090000 With not-prenascence. not-presence 9. not-disappearance 13. notdissociation 9. . not-dissociation 9. . not-resultant 13. not-nutriment 11. not-non-disappearance 9. not-postnascence 9. not-conascence 11. not-predominance. not-proximity. not-association 11. 210000 By Eights 090000 With not-prenascence. not-conascence conditions and non-mutuality 11. not-contiguity 13. not-kamma 11. not-dependence 11. not-path 11. not-postnascence 13. notjhaýna 11. not-mutuality 11. not-absence 11. not-nutriment 13. not-strong-dependence 5. not-object conditions and not-predominance 13. not-object. not-faculty 11. not-root. not-jhaýna 13. . not-presence 9. not-root. not-kamma 13. not-repetition 11. notnon-disappearance 9. notfaculty 13. not-path 13. not-proximity 13. not-association 11. . . not-repetition 13.

not-postnascence 9. notjhaýna 11. not-predominance. not-resultant 11. not-proximity. not-conascence. . not-presence 2. not-nutriment 11. not-resultant 5. not-kamma 5. . not-object. 210000 By Elevens 0 10 0 0 0 0 With not-prenascence. not-nondisappearance 9. not-disappearance 5. not-repetition 5. not-repetition 11. not-association 11. not-path 11. not-strong-dependence condition and not-postnascence 3. not-faculty 5. not-presence 9. .) End of Not-prenascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence . notmutuality. not-faculty 11. not-dissociation 9. not-root. not-absence 5.With not-prenascence. not-non-disappearance 2. not-absence 11. not-object . not-nutriment 5. not. not-dissociation 3. (Abbreviated. not-path 5. not-kamma-8 1 2 050000 11. . notassociation 5. . not-jhaýna 5. not-root.dependence. not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 5. not-disappearance 11. not-contiguity.

not-repetition 15. notassociation 11. . not-proximity 15. notnutriment 15. With not-postnascence condition and not-root 15. not-prenascence 13. notstrong-dependence 13. not-root. not-non-disappearance 9. not-jhaýna 15. notdissociation 9. not-resultant 15. not-prenascence 13. notcontiguity 15. not-conascence 9. not-kamma 15. 210000 . not-strong-dependence 15. . 210000 By Fours 090000 With not-postnascence. not-proximity 15.absence 15. .210000 By Twos 090000 541. not-absence 15. not-conascence 9. not-repetition 15. not-presence 9. not-dependence 9. . not-jhaýna 15. not-disappearance 15. not-path 15. not-kamma 15. not-disappearance 15. . . not-contiguity 15. not-faculty 15. notfaculty 15. notdependence 9. not-mutuality 11. not-object conditions and not-predominance 15.non-disappearance 9. not. not-mutuality 11. not-association 11. not-dissociation 9. not-presence 9. not. not-path 15. not-resultant 15. not-predominance 15. not-nutriment 15. notobject 15.

210000 By Tens 080000 With not-postnascence. not-root. not-presence 9. not-faculty 9. not-strongdependence 5. not-predominance. not-absence 9. not-conascence. not-resultant 9. not-resultant 9. not-presence 9. not-predominance. not-non-disappearance 9. not-association 9. not-depedence conditions and not-strong-dependence 3. not-disappearance 9. not-proximity.By Eights 050000 With not-postnascence. not-disappearance 9. not-object. not-contiguity. not-jhaýna 9. not-dependence 9. . not-nutriment 9. not-contiguity. not-prenascence 9. not-dissociation 9. not-absence 9. not-object. not-path 9. not-jhaýna 9. not-prenascence 9. not-path 9. . not-conascence condi- -8 1 2 070000 tions and not-mutuality 9. not-non-disappearance 9. . not-repetition 9. not-kamma 9. not-kamma 9. not-repetition 9. not-nutriment 9. not-root. not-association 9. . not-proximity. not-faculty 9. notmutuality. not-dissociation 9.

) End of Not-postnascence With not-repetition condition . not-root . (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. not-nutriment 3. not-path 3. . . not-prenascence 13. notdissociation 3. notrepetition 3. . . With not-kamma condition and not-root 15. not-jhaýna 3. not-mutuality 11.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 210000 By Twos 0 10 0 0 0 0 542. not-non-disappearance 2 . not-faculty 3. not-presence 2. not-proximity 15. not-association 3. notstrong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 3. not-dependence 11. not-dependence. not-contiguity 15. . not-object 15. not-disapperance 3. not-postnascence 15. not-conascence 11. not-absence 3. .210000 By Elevens 0 12 0 0 0 0 With not-postnascence. not-resultant 3. . not-predominance 15. . (Abbreviated. not-kamma 1. notstrong-dependence 15.

. . not-non-disappearance 9. notdissociation 9. not-absence 15. . . .not-repetition 15. . not-object . not-non-disappearance 9. . not-postnascence 9. not-resultant 15. not-presence 9. not-path 15. 210000 By Tens 050000 With not-kamma. . . -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 050000 With not-kamma. not-postnascence 15 . not-non-disappearance 9. 210000 By Elevens 060000 . not-jhaýna 15. . . not-association 11. notfaculty 15. . not-root. not-prenascence 11. not-disappearance 15. not-strong-dependence 13. not-object conditions and notpredominance 15 . not-nutriment 15. not-prenascence 13. . . not-repetition 11 . not-root. not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 5.

. . . not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1. not-postnascence 1. not-resultant 5. notassociation 1. . not-jhaýna 5. not-root . not-path 1. not-disappearance 5. not-faculty 1.(Abbreviated. not-path 5. not-postnascence conditions and not-repetition 1. not resultant 1.With not-kamma. . not-absence 1. not-root . . . not-faculty 5. not-absence 5. 210000 By Thirteens 080000 With not-kamma.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-dissociation 1.) End of Not-kamma 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 040000 With not-resultant condition. . (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. . . notrepetition 5. not-dissociation 1. not-prenascence. notnutriment 1. . not-association 5. . not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5. not-nutriment 5.

. not-strong-dependence 15. not-proximity 15. not-prenascence 11. not-mutuality 11. . not-dependence 11. notrepetition 11. not-object conditions and notpredominance 15 . . not-conascence conditions and not-mutuality 11.Not-nutriment 210000 By Twos 070000 543. not-resultant 11. not-nondisappearance 9. With not-nutriment condition and not-root 15. notcontiguity 15. . not-postnascence 9. not-conascence 11. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-nutrinment. . not-prenascence 13 . . not-root . . . not-non-disappearance 9 . not-strong-depenence 13 . . notobject 15. not-faculty 9. . . . not-kamma 11. notdependence 11. not-root. not-strong-dependence 7. . . . not-predominance 15. 210000 By Eights 080000 With not-nutriment.

not-association 11. not-jhaýna 11. not-absence 5. not-postnascence 9. . not-absence 11. not-disappearance 11. not-root . not-presence 9.path 5. . not-disappearance 11. not-dissociation 3. not-path 11. 210000 By Tens 070000 With not-nutriment. not-prenascence 11. notpresence 2. not-non-disappearance 9. notnon-disappearance 9. not-resultant 11. 210000 By Elevens 070000 With not-nutriment. not-resultant 5. not-dissociation 9. not-faculty 9. not-disappearance 5. not-repetition 11. not-path 11. not-absence 11. not-association 11. not. not-dissociation 9. not-presence 9. not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5. not-association 5. notjhaýna 5. . not-kamma 5. not-postnascence 3. not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 5. notrepetition 5. . . . not-root . . . . not-nondisappearance 2. not-faculty 3. 210000 .not-jhaýna 11. . not-kamma 11.

not-absence 3. not-prenascence. not-faculty 2.By Thirteens 060000 With not-nutriment. not-root . not-absence 1. . not-path conditions and not-association 1. not-kamma. . not-kamma conditions and not-resultant 1. . not-association 1. not-kamma 1. not-path 3. not-jhaýna. . . . . not-disappearance 3. not-root . notrepetition. not-presence 2. not-root . . . . . . not-disappearance 1. . not-disappearance 1. . not-non-disappearance 2. . 210000 By Eighteens 050000 With not-nutriment. not-dissociation 1. -8 1 2 030000 not-jhaýna 1. . not-resultant 3. notdissociation 1. notpostnascence conditions and not-repetition 3. not-resultant. 210000 By Fifteens 040000 With not-nutriment. not-postnascence. not-absence 1. not-path 1. notassociation 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-dissociation 3.

. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 210000 By Twos 030000 544. not-path 11. not-nutriment 9. not-strong-dependence 13 . With not-faculty condition and not-root 15. 210000 By Eights 080000 With not-faculty. not-jhaýna 11. . not-resultant 11. not-association 11. . . . . not-kamma 11. . not-nondisappearance 9. . . not-object 15. not-strong-dependence 7. not-dependence 11. . not-dissociation 9. . 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-faculty. not-object conditions and notpredominance 15 . not- . not-postnascence 9. not-root. . . not-repetition 11. not-prenascence 11. not-non-disappearance 9. not-root . not-conascence conditions and not-mutuality 11.(Abbreviated. .

not-jhaýna 11. not-resultant 5. not-prenascence 9. notnutriment 9. . . . not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 5. .presence 9. not-path 11. not-association 11. not-absence 11. not-resultant 11. not-disappearance 11. . . not-root . not-nutriment 3. (Continue. not-postnascence 3. not-postnascence 9. not-kamma 11. not-prenascence 11. . . not-non-disappearance 9. not-kamma 5. 210000 By Tens 070000 With not-faculty. notrepetition 5. not-nondisappearance 9. not-absence 11. 210000 By Elevens 060000 With not-faclty. . not-repetition 11. not-disappearance 11. not-root .) -8 1 2 210000 By Thirteens 060000 . not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 5. not-dissociation 9. .

With not-faculty. not-prenascence.resultant 1. not-path. not-kamma.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna. . not-path 3. not-absence 3. 210000 By Fifteens 040000 With not-faculty. not-root . not-non-disappearance 2. not-absence 1. not-dissociation 3. not-presence 2. . . not-disappearance 3. . not-nutriment 2. 210000 By Twenty-one 050000 With not-faculty. not-root . notassociation 3. not-disappearance 1. not-association. not-kamma 1. . . not-jhaýna. not-dissociation. not-postnascence conditions and not-repetition 3. . not-jhaýna 1. . . . not-root . . . (Abbreviated. not-jhaýna 3. with not-path condition . not-path 1. . not-association 1. . . . notresultant 3. notabsence conditions and not-disappearance 1. not-dissociation 1. . not-resultant. not-kamma conditions and not. Not-path 050000 With not-jhaýna condition .

. not strongdependence 9. not-object 9. not-prenascence 9. notrepetition 9. not-path 9. not-nutriment 9. not- . not-association 9. . not-dependence 9. not-mutuality 9. 030000 (Expand in the same way as not-mutuality condition. not-proximity 9. not-postnascence 9.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 210000 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With not-association condition . notconascence 9. With not-dissociation condition and not-root 9. not-resultant 9.(Expand in the same way as not-root condition. not-kamma 9. not-jhaýna 9. not-contiguity 9. not-faculty 9. not-predominance 9.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 0 11 0 0 0 0 545.

not-predominance. notconascence 9. . not-proximity. not-mutuality 9. not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 3. not.presence 9. notpresence 9. not-strongdependence 5. . not-postnascence 9. not-root. not-contiguity 9. . . . -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 090000 With not-dissociation. not-conascence. not-disappearance 9. not-root. not-prenascence 9 . notmutuality. not-object conditions and not-predominance 9.nondisappearance 9. not-jhaýna 9. not-disappearance 9. . . not-path 9. not-prenascence 9. . not-kamma 9. not-dependence 9. not-non-disappearance 9. not-contiguity. not-faculty 9. notrepetition 9. not-association 9. not-absence 9. not-nondisappearance 9. not-proximity 9. 210000 By Tens 050000 With not-dissociation. not-nutriment 9. not-resultant 9. not-object. not-absence 9. .

) . . not-jhaýna 3. not-dependence. . not-resulant. not-disappearance 3. not-non-disappearance 2. not-association 3. . . not-faculty conditions and not-jhaýna 1 . notabsence 3. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). not-kamma 1. . not-path 3.210000 By Elevens 070000 With not-dissociation. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 3. . not-object (Conditions Abbreviated). not-disappearance 1. not-root. not-kamma. . not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 3. not-nutriment 3. not-faculty 3. (Abbreviated. . not-root. not-presence 2. 210000 By Eighteens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 050000 With not-dissociation. not-resulant 3.

not-predominance 9. not-mutuality 9. not-jhaýna 9. not-faculty 9. not-path 9. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not mentioned in the Text. not-object 9. not-proximity 9. -8 1 2 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-presence. With not-presence condition and not-root 9.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-presence 210000 By Twos 090000 546. not-dependence 9. not-absence 9. not-contiguity 9. not-kamma 9. notconascence 9. not-nutriment 9. not-postnascence 9. not-prenascence 9. not-root. not-strongdependence 9. notdissociation 9. not-association 9. not-nondisappearance 9. . notrepetition 9. not-disappearance 9. not-resultant 9. not-object conditions and not- . . .

.predominance 9 . . not-postnascence 2. not-resultant 2. 210000 By Tens 050000 With not-presence. not-non-disappearance 2. not-proximity. notnutriment 2. not-contiguity. not-disappearance 2. 210000 By Seventeens . not-dependence conditions and not-strong-dependence 2. not-association 2. not-non-disappearance 9. not-dependence 9.. . not-root. not-faculty 2. . notprenascence 9 . . not-object. not-strong-dependence 2. not-predominance.. not-repetition 2. 210000 By Elevens (with strong-dependence) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 070000 With not-presence. not-absence 2. . not-bject (Conditions abbreviated). not-mutuality. not-conascence. not-jhaýna 2. not-root. not-path 2. . not-dissociation 2. not-strong-dependence conditions and not-prenascence 2.

not-strong-dependence. not-non-disappearance 2 . . . not-non-disappearance 2. not-root . not-faculty. . . not-resulant. not-repetition. . 210000 By Twenty-three 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 030000 With not-presence. . not-postnascence. notprenascence. . . not-disappearance 2. . . . not-nutriment. . not-root. not-root . not-repetition. not-disappearance conditions and not-non-disappearance 2. not-resultant. . not-nutriment. 210000 By Twenty-ones 060000 Withy not-presence. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). . . not-faculty conditions and not-jhaýna 2 . not-dissociation conditions and not-absence 2.040000 With not-presence.

root . . not-repetition. not-dependence.410000 2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Fourteens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with kamma 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 040000 With not-presence. notprenascence. . not. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not mentioned in the Text. not-kamma conditions and not-resultant 9. not-postnascence. not-nutriment 9. not-faculty 9. 410000 .

210000 -8 1 2 030000 not-jhaýna 9. . not-absence 9. not-path 9. . not-disappearance 9. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 010000 210000 By Twenty-three 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 with kamma 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) . . not-non-disappearance 9.2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 This portion is not included in the Text. not-dissociation 9. not-association 9.

. notkamma .050000 With not-presence. With not-disappearance condition and not-root 15 . (Abbreviated). not-prenascence (Conditions abbreviated). . With not-absence condition and not-root 15. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-disappearance 210000 By Twos 030000 548. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-disappearance conditions and not-non-disappearance 9. With not-absence and not-disappearance (the same as notroot condition). . notdependence. not-root (Conditions abbreviated). (Abbreviated). 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence 210000 By twos 050000 547. .

NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 030000 550. .Not-non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 080000 549. not-proximity 7. End of Negative Enumeration of " Investigation" Chapter. notpredominance 7. not-object 9. not-predominance 9 . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE. not-object (condition) 7. Not-non-disappearance condition (the same as not-presence condition). not-disappearance 9. not- 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-contiguity 7. With root condition. 3. With not-non-disappearance condition and not-root 9.

and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 7 . not-object (condition) 7 . not-contiguity 7. not-predominance 7. notassociation 3. conascence. not-prenascence 7. not-repetition 7. not-nutriment 7. presence. not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 7. not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 7. . dependence. Combination of root. not-strong-dependence 7. not-kamma 7. 010000 -8 1 2 060000 mutuality 3. not. not-kamma 7. not-faculty 7. not-absence 7. not-path 7. not-resultant 7. notresultant 7. not-nutriment 7.association 3.This portion is not included in the Text. not-repetition 7. not-strong-dependence 7. not-path 7. not-absence 7. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 7. 220000 Conascence Combination 24 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Ordinary 9 0 31 0 0 0 0 Without resultant 4 551. not-faculty 7. 1. not-disappearance 7. notpostnascence 7. notmutuality 3. not-postnascence 7.

not-jhaýna 3. not-prenascence 3. not-path 3. notrepetition 3. notstrong-dependence 3. not-path 3. not-association 1. not-mutuality 3. 4. not-proximity 3. not-jhaýna 3. conascence. not-path 3. not-contiguity 3. not-proximity 3. notabsence 3. not-resultant 3. notassociation 3. not-absence 3. Of root. not-postnascence 3. not-object 3. not-predominance 3. not-predominance 3. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. not-disappearance 3.2. notdissociation 3. not-resultant 3. not-object 3. not-object 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-faculty 3. not-contiguity 3. dependence. association. not-contiguity 3. not-strong-dependence 3. conascence. mutuality. not. not-faculty 3.dissociation 3. not-predominance 3. not-nutriment 3. not-postnascence 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-faculty 3. not-postnascence 3. not-resultant 3. . not-disappearance 3 . Of root. not-kamma 3. 3. not-strongdependence 3. not-repetition 3. not-proximity 3. dissociation. not-kamma 3. not-prenascence 3. Of root. not-jhaýna 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. dependence. not-repetition 3. mutuality. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 not-nutriment 3. not-nutriment 3. not-absence 3.

notabsence 1. notprenascence 1. not-nutriment 1. notjhaýna 1. not-postnascence 1. resultant. association. of root. notpredominance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-contiguity 1. conascence.With resultant 5 5. not-proximity 1. not-mutuality 1. notrepetition 1. not-kamma 1. not-proximity 1. not-path 1. not-path 1. notkamma 1. not-dissociation 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-dissociation 1. not-faculty 1. not-contiguity 1. not-dissociation 1. notcontiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. resultant. dependence. not-proximity 1. not-repetition 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. conascence. not-predominance 1. Of root. presence and non-disappearance conditions. resultant. Combination of root. not-object 1. not-jhaýna 1. Of root. 6. not-object (condition) 1. not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. not-association 1. mutuality. not-path 1. not-absence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-faculty 1. not-absence 1. dependence. not-nutriment 1. not-repetition 1. conascence. not-strong-dependence 1. notdisappearance 1 . dependence. mutuality. not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strongdependence 1. not-kamma 1. not-nutriment 1. 7. dissocia- . not-postnascence 1. resultant. notobject 1. not-association 1. 8.

not-predominance 1. not-mutuality 2. . not-proximity 4. notabsence 1. notabsence 1. Of root. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. not-contiguity 1. notobject 4. not-absence 4. not-predominance 4. not-kamma 1. conascence. not-postnascence 1. not-association 1. not-proximity 1. conascence. not-jhaýna 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-nutriment 1. not dissociation 2. not-repetition 4. not-resultant 4. -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 not-faculty 1. notpostnascence 1. not-repetition 1. With faculty and path 9 Without resultant 4 552. mutuality. not-object 1. not-prenascence 1. not-association 2. not-path 1. not-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-nutriment 1. dependence. Combination of root. 9. not-repetition 1. not-association 1. not-nutriment 4. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions.tion. resultant. 10. not-contiguity 4. dependence. not-strong-dependence 1. path. faculty. not-contiguity 1. not-jhaýna 4. not-jhaýna 1. not-prenascence 4. dissociation. not-kamma 4. presence and non-disapearance conditions. not-postnascence 4. not-disappearance 1 . notmutuality 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 4. not-path 1. not-disappearance 4 . not-predominance 1. notobject 1.

notobject 2. notpostnascence 2. faculty. not-strong-dependence 2. not-disappearance 2 . presence and non-disappearance condi- . 12. not-kamma 2. dependence. conascence. not-strong-dependence 2. notresultant 2. not-dissociation 2. dependence. mutuality. notcontiguity 2. not-prenascence 2. dependence. path. faculty. Of root. presence and non-disappearance conditions. association. resultant. not-kamma 2. conascence. path. not-prenascence 2. dissociation. Of root. not-predominance 2. conascence. not-contiguity 2. not-dissociation 2. path. not-proximity 2. not-disappearance 2. not-jhaýna. path. With resultant 5 14. faculty. not-association 2. conascence. not-kamma 2. not-object 2. not-proximity 2. not-nutriment 2. not-jhaýna 2. not-resultant 2. not-postnascence 2. not-disappearance 2 . notabsence 2. not-predominance 2. not-repetition 2. not-absence 2. not-nutriment 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-contiguity 2. not-mutuality 2. dependence. not-repetition 2. not-jhaýna 2. not-resultant 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-association 1. not-proximity 2. 13.11. not-absence 2. not-object 2. not-repetition 2. not-predominance 2. not-prenascence 2. Of root. Combination of root. mutuality. not-postnascence 2. notstrong-dependence 2. not-nutriment 2. faculty.

path. not-mutuality 1. 15. not-jhaýna 1. not-nutriment 1. not-repetition 1. not-dissociation 1. notkamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. 16. not-repetition 1. Of root. dependence. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-prenascence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-proximity 1. not-association 1. not-postnascence 1. dissociation. Of root. not-predominance 1. not-contiguity 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-predominance 1. not-kamma 1. not- . not-disappearance 1 . faculty. not-repetition 1. mutuality. not-postnascence 1. resultant. association. not-predominance 1. not-proximity 1. not-proximity 1. dependence. resultant. path. not-association 1. not-object 1. Of root. not-object 1. dependence. conascence. Aa-8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 not-contiguity 1. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-jhaýna 1. notnutriment 1. not-predominance 1. not-absence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. 17. not-nutriment 1. conascence. not-contiguity 1. path. not-strong-dependence 1. notobject 1. not-object 1. not-prenascence 1. not-postnascence 1. mutuality. not-strong-dependence 1. not-absence 1. faculty. faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 1.tions. not-dissociation 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-dissociation 1. resultant.

notprenascence 1. predominance. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 4. not-jhaýna 4. not-proximity 4. Combinations of root. 19. dependence. not-repetition 1. not-dissociation 2. not-repetition 1. 18. not-strong-dependence 1. not-resultant 4. faculty. dependence. conascence. path. resultant. not-association 2. not-absence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-association 1. not-kamma 1. not-absence1 1. not-proximity 1. not-proximity 2. not-postnascence 1. not-nutriment 4. not-disappearance 1 . notdisappearance 1. mutuality. not-kamma 1. predominance. not-strong-dependence 1. not-mutuality 1.contiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. notmutuality 2. not-repetition 4. mutuality. not-predominance 1. not-nutriment 1. With predominance. dissociation. not-object 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 4. not-prenascence 4. faculty and path 6 Without resultant 3 553. presence and non-disappearance -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 conditions. faculty. not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 4. not-jhaýna 1. conascence. association. path. Of root. not- . notnutriment 1. faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-contiguity 4. path. not-absence 4. not-disappearance 4 . 20. not-association 1. not-object 2. dependence. Of root. notpostnascence 4.

21. notprenascence 1. predominance. not-association 2. not-repetition 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 1. conascence. not-association 1. not-postnascence 2. 23. not-contiguity 2. not-kamma 2. not-kamma 1. not-repetition 1. dependence. not-repetition 1. resultant. faculty. With resultant 3 22. not-mutuality 2. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 2. not- . predominence. not-prenascence 2. not-jhaýna 2. not-kamma 1. resultant. not-postnascence 1. predominance. not-disappearance 1 . not-nutriment 2. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 2. Of root. notresultant 2. not-dissociation 1. not-prenascence 2. Of root. faculty. path. dissociation. not-proximity 1. not-repetition 2.contiguity 2. not-strong-dependence 2. not-mutuality 1. notresultant 2. not-strong-dependence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-strong-dependence 2. not-nutriment 2. not-dissociation 2. dependence. not-proximity 2. associaton. not-absence 2. conascence. not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. mutuality. not-contiguity 1. path. not-object 1. not-disappearance 2 . faculty. not-object 2. not-proximity 1. not-kamma 2.postnascence 1. not-disappearance 2. dependence. path. Combination of root. notcontiguity 1. not-nutriment 1. not-prenascence 1. not-object 1. not.

not-predominance 9. dissociation. not-disappearance 1 . not-absence 1. not-repetition 9. With object condition. not-proximity 9. notprenascence 9 not-postnascence 9. not-nutriment 1. faculty. not. not-mutuality 1. not-dependence 9. 24. path.jhaýna 1. not-resultant 9. not-postnascence 1. not-strong-dependence 9. presence and nondisappearance conditions.nutriment 1. not-proximity 1. -8 1 2 070000 not-contiguity 1. not-object 1. not-jhaýna 9. notkamma 1. not-dissociation 1. Of root. not-faculty 9. notmutuality 9. not-repetition 1. resultant. not-root 9. not-nutriment 9. not-conascence 9. conascence. . not-contiguity 9. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. predominance. not-kamma 9. not-association 1. End of Root 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 By Twos 090000 554. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1. dependence. notabsence 1.

not-jhaýna 3. prenascence. not-disappearance 9. not-faculty 7. Of object. not-association 9. not-association 7. not-presence 7. predominance and strongdependence conditions. not-root 7. 2. .not-path 9. not-root 3. not-association 3. not-kamma 7. Combination of object. not-postnascence 3. 1. not-strong-dependence 3. not-conascence 7. not-postnascence 7. not-conascence 3. notdissociation 7. not-proximity 3. notcontiguity 7. not-repetition 3. not-mutuality 3. not-presence 9. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 5 0 23 0 0 0 0 555. not-resultant 3. not-mutuality 7. not-contiguity 3. not-faculty 3. not-proximity 7. not-nutriment 3. not-jhaýna 7. not-path 7. not-absence 7. notdependence 3. not-path 3. not-prenascence 7. not-non-disappearance 7 . not-absence 9. not-kamma 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-dependence 7. not-non-disappearance 9. not-disappearance 7. not-nutriment 7. not-predominance 3. not-resultant 7. notrepetition 7. not-dissociation 9.

not-mutuality 3. not-disappearance 1. prenascence. not-postnascence 1. not-proximity 3. predominance. dissociation. not-contiguity 1. not-disappearance 3 . not-root 1. notrepetition 1. not-conascence 1. not-dependence 1.not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-proximity 1. not-resultant 3. notpostnascence 3. notpredominance 3. not-nutriment 1. notconascence 3. not-kamma 1. notassociation 3. strong-dependence. dependence. not-mutuality 1. prenascence. not-disappearance 3 . not-root 3. not-absence 3. notmutuality 1. 3. notrepetition 1. Of object. not-kamma 3. Of object.Of object. dissociation. not-disappearance 1 . not-proximity 1. not-postnascence 1. 5. not-absence 3. predominance. not-contiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-resultant 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma 1. not-nutriment 1. not-association 1. presence and non-disappearnace conditions. prenascence. not-contiguity 3. not-path 1. strong-dependence. dependence. notabsence 1. not-association 1. notdissociation 1. End of Object . not-faculty 3. not-faculty 1. not-repetition 3. not-conascence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-strong-dependence 3. not-faculty 1. -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 4. not-nutriment 3. not-root 1. not-resultant 1. not-path 1. not-path 3. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 1.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 By Twos 090000 556. not-postnascence 8. not-kamma 8. not-jhaýna 10. not- . presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-conascence 1. not-absence 10. 1. not-nondisappearance 7. not-dissociation 7. not-disappearance 10. not-mutuality 4. not-faculty 10. not-presence 7. not-resultant 10. not-object 7. not-dependence 1. notproximity 8. not-object 7. not. 210000 Combination 30 0 13 0 0 0 0 Mixed 3 557. not-strong-dependence 7. not-prenascence 7. notprenascence 10. not-strong-dependence 7. not-association 8. mot-repetition 8. not-nutriment 10. Combination of predominance. not-dependence 7. notmutuality 8. not-root 8. not-repetition 10. not-conascence 7. not-path 10. not-contiguity 8. notkamma 10. not-root 10. not-postnascence 10. With predominance condition. not-proximity 10.contiguity 10.

not-postnascence 8. not-nutriment 8. dependence. Of predominance. not-dissociation 4. not-disappearance 4. not-prenascence 7. not-object 3. object and strong- . not-disappearance 8 . not-repetition 4. not-faculty 4. not-resultant 8. not-nutriment 4. not-absence 4. not-path 8. not-faculty 8. presence and non-disappearance conditions.resultant 8. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-association 4. not-absence 8. notpostnascence 4. not-contiguity 8. not-root 8. not-strong-dependence 3. 3. notpath 8. not-contiguity 4. not-repetition 8. Miscellaneous 3 558. not-mutuality 4. not-jhaýna 8. not-absence 8. notmutuality 4. dependence dissociation. not-resultant 4. not-faculty 8. not-proximity 4. not-prenascence 3. Of predominance. not-dissociation 3. not-conascence 1. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 2. not-disappearance 8 . not-root 4. 4. not-object 7. not-jhaýna 8. notassociation 4. not-conascence 1. not-strong-dependence 7. not-association 4. not-nutriment 8. not-proximity 8. not-path 4. not-jhaýna 4. not-kamma 4. Combination of predominance. not-kamma 8.

not-resultant 1. not-jhaýna 7. not. not-nutriment 1. not-conascence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-dissociation 7. not-resultant 1. not-nutriment 1. notabsence 1. prenascence. notkamma 7. -8 1 2 0 35 0 0 0 0 Conascence 24 Predominant desire 6 Without resultant 3 . notrepetition 1. notrepetition 1. not-postnascence 1. not-conascence 7. Of predominance. not-absence 1. dependence. not-nutriment 7. not-contiguity 1. not-path 1. not-proximity 1. not-postnascence 7. not-proximity 7. not-faculty 1. not-disappearance 7. 6. not-disappearance 1 . not-resultant 7 . object. Of predominance. not-faculty 1. prenascence. not-path 7. not-association 1. not-root 7. not-path 1. not-prenascence 7. not-absence 7. notdissociation 1. not-association 1. not-association 7. not-jhaýna 1. not-dependence 1. 5.dependence conditions. not-kamma 1. strong-dependence. not-dependence 7. object. not-conascence 1. not-mutuality 1.nondisappearance 7. not-kamma 1. not-presence 7. not-root 1. not-disappearance 1. not-mutuality 7. not-repetition 7. notcontiguity 7. not-jhaýna 1. dissociation. not-faculty 7. not-contiguity 1. strong-dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 1. not-proximity 1. notmutuality 1. not-root 1.

not-strong-dependence 7. not-contiguity 3. not-proximity 3. not-nutriment 3. Combination of predominance. notassociation 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notstrong-dependence 3. not-postnascence 7. not-postnascence 3. not-proximity 7. not-jhaýna 7. conascence. not-mutuality 3. Of predominance. not-kamma 7. not-dissociation 3. Of predominance. not-resultant 7. With resultant 3 10. mutuality. not-prenascence 7.559. dependence. 7. not-object 7. not-repetition 3. 9. not-kamma 3. not-root 7. depen- . Combinations of predominance. notnutriment 7. not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-root 3. not-contiguity 7. not-faculty 3. not-proximity 3. not-disappearance 7 . conascence. not-kamma 3. notroot 3. not-postnascence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-object 3. not-disappearance 3 . dissociation. not-prenascence 3. not-association 3. not-contiguity 3. not-path 7. not-disappearance 3. not-resultant 3. not-jhaýna 3. dependence. not-absence 3. not-resultant 3. association. not-nutriment 3. not-faculty 3. not-repetition 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-absence 7. conascence. notobject 3. not-repetition 3. not-path 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-faculty 7. not-strong-dependence 3. not-absence 3. not-mutuality 3. dependence. not-path 3. 8.

resultant. notmutuality 1. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. not-contiguity 1. association. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-root 1. -8 1 2 0 16 0 0 0 0 11. not-path 1. not-association 1. Of predominance. not-object 1. not-nutriment 1. not-root 1. dependence. not-jhaýna 1. resultant. resultant. not-faculty 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-object 1. not-repetition 1. not-kamma 1. not. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 1. not-contiguity 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-dissociation 1. notpostnascence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-object 1. not-absence 1. conascence. not-proximity 1. not-kamma 1. not-prenascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-nutriment 1.path 1. not-repetition 1. not-prenascence 1. not-path 1. not-proximity 1. mutuality. not-contiguity 1. notabsence 1. not-disappearance 1. Of predominance. conascence. notnutriment 1. 12. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-postnascence 1. notroot 1. not-kamma 1. not-disappearance 1 . dissociation.dence. not-repetition 1. notassociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 1. not-dissociation 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-faculty 1.

not-proximity 3. notproximity 3.1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With nutriment and faculty 6 0 21 0 0 0 0 Without resultant 3 560. notassociation 3. notkamma 7. not-absence 7. not-strong-dependence 7. not-strong-dependence 3. notdissociation 3. presence and nondisappearance conditions. 13. 15. not-resultant 7. not-mutuality 3. Of predominance. notprenascence 7. . not-contiguity 3. Combinations of predominance. faculty. not-root 3. not-dissociation 3. conascence. not-absence 3. 14. not-disappearnace 7 . nutriment. not-jhaýna 3. conascence. not-object 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. notcontiguity 7. Of predominance. association. not-mutuality 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 7. nutriment. nutriment. faculty. dependence. not-object 3. not-resultant 3. faculty. dependence. not-jhaýna 7. not-path 7. not-root 3. not-contiguity 3. mutuality. conascence. not-root 7. not-object 3. notkamma 3. dependence. not-prenascence 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-repetition 3. notprenascence 3 not-postnascence 3. not-repetition 7. not-path 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-proximity 7.

association. With resultant 3 16. not-dissociation 1. not-association 1. notresultant 3. not-postnascence 1. faculty. not-path 1. conascence. not-dissociation 1. not-strongdependence 1. notproximity 1. mutuality. not-kamma 3. notkamma 1. not-mutuality 1. dependence. nutriment. resultant. notprenascence 1. notabsence 3. not-repetition 1. not-jhaýna 3. not-contiguity 1. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 1. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-prenascence 1. not-root 1. not-object 1. not- . notrepetition 1. -8 1 2 0 28 0 0 0 0 not-postnascence 3. not-root 1. not-contiguity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. resultant. notproximity 1. Of predominance. presence and nondisappearance conditions. conascence. nutriment. Combinations of predominance. not-postnascence 1. not-kamma 1. dependence. 17. not-disappearance 1 . not-object 1. not-disappearance 3. not-path 1. not-path 3. faculty. not-repetition 3. not-association 3. not-jhaýna 1.410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not as in the Text.

not-repetition 1. not-kamma 7. not-postnascence 7. nutriment. dissociation. not-root 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-nutriment 7. not-object 1. not-association 1. not-postnascence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-object 7. not-mutuality 3. not-association 3. path. not-proximity 1. not-contiguity 1. resultant. not-path 1. notabsence 1. not-absence 7. not-repetition 7. 19. notdissociation 3. Combinations of predominance. dependence. 410000 . not-jhaýna 7. 18. not-prenascence 7. notkamma 1. notresultant 7. faculty. not-jhaýna 1. not-contiguity 7. not-disappearance 1 . not-strong-dependence 1. not-root 1. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With faculty and path 6 090000 Without resultant 3 561. not-proximity 7. not-mutuality 1. Of predominance. not-disappearance 7 . dependence. not-disappearance 1. faculty.absence 1. not-strong-dependence 7. not-prenascence 1.

association. dependence.1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not as in the Text. not-association 3. not-repetition 3. not-root 1. not-jhaýna 3. notcontiguity 3. not- . mutuality. faculty. notpostnascence 3. path. not-dissociation 3. not-kamma 3. dependence . not-repetition 3. not-strong. Of predominance. not-strong-dependence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 3. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 3. not-object 1. 21. not-nutriment 3. resultant. Of predominance. not-root 3. not-prenascence 3. path. conascence. not-absence 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-root 3. not-prenascence 3. not-resultant 3. faculty. not-resultant 3. Combinations of predominance. not-jhaýna 3. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 20. path. not-proximity 3. not-nutriment 3. not-object 3. not-contiguity 3. conascence. faculty.dependence 3. dissociation. not-kamma 3. With resultant 3 22. notpostnascence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-proximity 3. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 3. notmutuality 3. dependence.

not-strong-dependence 1. not-nutriment 1. 24. not-strong-dependence 1. not-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notnutriment 1. notprenascence 1. not-proximity 1. notcontiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. prenascence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-postnascence 1. path. not-jhaýna 1. not-prenascence 1. dependence. not-repetition 1. faculty and path 6 0 36 0 0 0 0 . notprenascence 1. conascence. faculty. not-contiguity 1. dissociation. association. 23. not-association 1. dependence. not-jhaýna 1. not-mutuality 1. not-repetition 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-object 1. not-repetition 1. not-mutuality 1.Of predominance. not-kamma 1. -8 1 2 010000 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With root. notkamma 1. not-absence 1. not-absence 1. path. not-nutriment 1. not-root 1. not-strong-dependence 1. mutuality. not-association 1. notdissociation 1. resultant. not-root 1. faculty. not-proximity 1.contiguity 1. Of predominance. not-object 1. resultant. not-dissociation 1. not-postnascence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-kamma 1.

not-disappearance 2 . not-contiguity 2. not-prenascence 4. conascence. not-absence 2. mutuality.Without resultant 3 562. not-kamma 2. not-proximity 2. not-absence 4. root. dependence. not-mutuality 2. not-association 2. not-object 4. not-kamma 4. conascence. Of predominance. dependence. association. not-nutriment 4. not-strong-dependence 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 4 . not-contiguity 4. With resultant 3 28. Combinations of predominance. root. not-resultant 2. not-nutriment 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of predominance. notpostnascence 2. not-dissociation 2. not-postnascence 2. not-repetition 2. dependence. path. faculty. not-repetition 4. . not-strong-dependence 2. faculty. not-mutuality 2. 25. not-prenascence 2. dissociation. not-proximity 4. root. 26. not-disappearance 2. 27. not-association 2. not-strong-dependence 4. notresultant 2. root. not-postnascence 4. not-jhaýna 2. not-kamma 2. not-dissociation 2. not-absence 2. not-jhaýna 4. not-proximity 2. conascence. not-nutriment 2. not-contiguity 2. path. not-jhaýna 2. not-object 2. path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 2. conascence. faculty. not-repetition 2. not-prenascence 2. Combination of predominance. notresultant 4.

not-strong-dependence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 1. root. not-absence 1. not-proximity 1. Of predominance. not-disappearance 1 . not-strong-dependence 1. dependence. not-dissociation 1. Of predominance. mutuality. notdisappearance 1 . dependence.dependence. not-object 1. not-proximity 1. resultant. not-proximity 1. not- . not-object 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 1. path. notcontiguity 1. resultant. not-repetition 1. not-object 1. not-dissociation 1. not-kamma 1. notcontiguity 1. path. not-absence 1. faculty. resultant. not-nutriment 1. dissociation. not-jhaýna 1. -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 not-postnascence 1. not-association 1. not-contiguity 1. association. faculty. not-prenascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. conascence. not-mutuality 1. 30. notnutriment 1. path. root. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Not as in the Text. 29. faculty. notprenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. presence and nondisappearance conditions. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-kamma 1.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 3 . not-absence 1. not-presence 7. With proximity condition. End of Predominance 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 210000 By Twos 080000 563. not-mutuality 7. not-resultant 7. not-jhaýna 1. notpredominance 7. not-disappearance 1. not-postnascence 7. not-faculty 7. not-postnascence 1. not-path 7. not-jhaýna 7. notdependence 7. not-repetition 1. not-nutriment 1. not-conascence 7. not-kamma 1. not-object 7. notdissociation 7. not-association 1. not-kamma 7. not-root 7. notrepetition 5. not-nutriment 7. not-association 7.prenascence 1. not-non-disappearance 7. not-prenascence 7.

contiguity. absence and disappearance conditions. not-association 7. not-non-disappearance 87 . not-faculty 7. 2. not-path 1. notrepetition 1.0 16 0 0 0 0 564. not-non-disappearance 1. not-faculty 3. not-presence 7. not-presence 3. End of Proximity . not-resultant 1. not-mutuality 7. notdissociation 7. absence and disappearance conditions. not-dependence 3. not-conascence 1. not-conascence 7. notdependence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-resultant 3. not-kamma 3. not-postnascence 3. not-conascence 3. not-dissociation 1. not-path 3. not-mutuality 3. notobject 3. -8 1 2 080000 not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. notobject 7. kamma. not-resultant 7. 3. not-predominance 3. contiguity strong-dependence. not-path 7. not-prenascence 7. not-dependence 7. Of proximity. not-prenascence 1. not-nutriment 7. not-repetition 5. not-jhaýna 7.1. not-association 1. not-non-disappearance 3 . repetition. contiguity. not-kamma 7. absence and disappearanace conditions. not-presence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-root 1. not-root 7. not-jhaýna 3. not-nutriment 1. not-dissociation 3. not-association 3. not-root 3. Combinations of proximity. not-predominance 7. not-postnascence 7. not-object 1. not-prenascence 3. strong-dependence. strong-dependence. Of proximity. not-nutriment 3. not-faculty 1.

strong-dependence. not-resultant 7. notdependence 7.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 210000 By Twos 080000 565. not-faculty 7. not-mutuality 7. notdissociation 7. not-jhaýna 7. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 3 0 23 0 0 0 0 566. Combinations of contiguity. absence and disappearance conditions. not-kamma 7. not-prenascence 7. not-dependence 7. proximity. not-nutriment 7. not-object 7. not-prenascence 7. not- . not-conascence 7. not-root 7. notobject 7. not-presence 7. With contiguity condition. not-postnascence 7. not-path 7. not-predominance 7. 1. not-non-disappearance 7. notrepetition 5. not-mutuality 7. not-predominance 7. not-association 7. not-postnascence 7. not-conascence 7. not-root 7.

not-nutriment 3. notdissociation 7. not-presence 7. not-faculty 7. not-non-disappearance 7 . not-non-disappearance 1. absence and disappearance conditions. not-nutriment 1. not-presence 3. not-faculty 3. 2. not-postnascence 1. absence and disappearance conditions. not-path 7. not-association 3. not-nutriment 7. proximity. not-faculty 1. not-non-disappearance 3 . End of Contiguity -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 210000 By Twos . strong-dependence. not-association 1. kamma. not-object 1. not-kamma 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-mutuality 1. proximity. not-predominance 3. not-association 7. not-presence 1. not-postnascence 3. Of contiguity. not-mutuality 3. strong-dependence. not-dissociation 1. not-root 1.repetition 5. notrepetition 1. not-path 3. not-resultant 1. not-resultant 7. 3. not object 3. not-conascence 1. not-dissociation 3. not-kamma 7. not-resultant 3. repetition. not-prenascence 1. notdependence 1. not-path 1.3. not-jhaýna 7. not-jhaýna 1. not-conascence 3. not-predominance 1. not-root. not-dependence 3. not-prenascence 3. Of contiguity.

not-absence 9. dependence. not-jhaýna 9. notpostnascence 9. not-kamma 9. not-proximity 3. not-disappearance 9. notpredominance 9. not-strong-dependence 9. not-proximity 9. not-resultant 9. not-path 9. not-prenascence 3. 2. . not-repetition 9. not-strongdependence 3. not-absence 9. mutuality. not-object 9. not-dissociation 3. not-prenascence 9. not-path 9. not-contiguity 9. not-object 9. not-disappearance 9 . not- .080000 567. not-root 3. not-contiguity 3. notmutuality 5. not-dissociation 3. not-root 9. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 9. 1. . Of conascence. notpredominance 3. not-object 3. not-postnascence 3. not-strong-dependence 9 . Combinations of conascence. not-faculty 9. not-contiguity 9 notmutuality 5. not-nutriment 9. dependence. notpredominance 9. With conascence condition. notassociation 5. notassociation 5. not-proximity 9. presence and non-disappearance conditions. 220000 Conascence Combinations 10 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Without resultant 5 0 27 0 0 0 0 568.

5. not-resultant 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-path 3. not-nutriment 3. dependence. not-faculty 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-resultant 3. notpredominance 3. not-kamma 1. association. not-predominance 1. dependence. dissociation. not-root 3. not-faculty 3. not-absence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 1. not-absence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-path 3. not-repetition 3. notobject 3. not-contiguity 3. not-contiguity 3. not-strong-dependence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-path 3. not-kamma 3. not-repetition 3. notpostnascence 3. not-absence 3. 4. Of conascence. not-contiguity 1. notdissociation 3. not-faculty 3. not-kamma 3. not-root 3. not-predominance 3. not-object 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-proximity 1. not- . Of conascence. not-resultant 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-prenascence 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-strong-dependence 3. mutuality. dissociation. not-root 1. not-postnascence 1. not-association 1. not-nutriment 3. not-kamma 3. notmutuality 3. not-proximity 3. not-jhaýna 3. notdissociation 3. not-strong-dependence 3. notobject 1. not-prenascence 3. not-resultant 1. mutuality. not-proximity 3. Of conascence. notassociation 3. 3. dependence. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 not-nutriment 3.repetition 3. not-postnascence 3.

not-repetition 1. not-path 1. With resultant 5 6. not-predominance 1. not-dissociation 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-root 1. not-absence 1. Of conascence. not-path 1. not-postnascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. Of conascence. not-path 1. notobject 1. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-proximity 1. not-predominance 1. not-path 1. not-faculty 1. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 1. not-faculty 1. notdissociation 1. not-kamma 1. not-absence 1. notnutriment 1. resultant. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma 1. notnutriment 1. not-prenascence 1. not- . notassociation 1. not-postnascence 1. resultant. not-strong-dependence 1. dependence. not-nutriment 1. mutuality. resultant. not-strong-dependence 1. 8. not-prenascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-association 1. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions notroot 1. association. not-faculty 1. not-postnascence 1. notobject 1. 7. notassociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. Combinations of conascence. not-disappearance 1 .nutriment 1. not-jhaýna 1. dependence. not-proximity 1. not-repetition 1. not-contiguity 1. not-predominance 1. notcontiguity 1. not-contiguity 1. not-mutuality 1. not-root 1.

not-proximity 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-association 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-absence 1. With mutuality condition. not-absence 1. not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. dependence. not-root 3. notroot 1. not-path 1. not-postnascence 1. Of conascence. End of Conascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 210000 By Twos 080000 569. 9. not-object 1. not-repetition 1. not-path 1. not-repetition 1. not-disappearance 1.dissociation 1. not-faculty 1. 10. Of conascence. not-faculty 1. not-mutuality 1. not-kamma 1. resultant. resultant. not-predominance 1. dissociation. notobject 1. -8 1 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 not-nutriment 1. not-root 1. not-nutriment 1. not-jhaýna 1. dissociation. not-contiguity 1. not-object 3. not-jhaýna 1. not- . not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-disappearance 1 . notcontiguity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-proximity 1. not-absence 1. mutuality. notassociation 1. not-kamma 1. dependence.

presence and non-disappearance conditions. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 6 0 16 0 0 0 0 Without resultant 3 570. not- . not-postnascence 3. not-contiguity 3. not-contiguity 3. Of mutuality. conascence. no-kamma 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-root 3. not-disappearance 3 . dependence. notrepetition 3. conascence. association. not-nutriment 3. not-association 1. not-absence 3. not-faculty 3. not-prenascence 3. not-repetition 3. notassociation 1. not-kamma 3. not-faculty 3 not-jhaýna 3. not-dissociation 3. notobject 3. not-disappearance 3. not-prenascence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-nutriment 3. not-postnascence 3. not-root 3. not-proximity 3. not-path 3. not-strongdependence 3.predominance 3. not-path 3. not-resultant 3. not-proximity 3. dependence. 1. not-resultant 3. notdissociation 3. not-absence 3. 2. not-predominance 3. Combinations of mutuality. not-strong-dependence 3.

not-proximity 1. resultant. not-proximity 1. not-association 1. not. not-absence 3. not-absence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. resultant. not-disappearance 1. not-postnascence 3. not-predominance 1. not-predominance 1. notcontiguity 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. not-faculty 3. not-faculty 1. not-nutriment 1. association.strong-dependence 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 1. not-predominance 1. notassociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetition 1. not-jhaýna 3. dependence. not-prenascence 3. not-object 1. notpostnascence 1. not-absence 1.object 3. notdissociation 3. conascence. notpostnascence 1. not-root 1. not-prenascence 1.nutriment 1. Of mutuality. not-object 1. not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 3. not-repetition 1. Combinations of mutuality. not-proximity 1. not-kamma 1. With resultant 3 4. not-repetition 3. not. conascence. notdisappearance 1 . notobject 1. not- . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 1. not-contiguity 3. not-path 1. not-resultant 1. notdissociation 1. not-faculty 1. not-path 1. dependence. not-proximity 3. not-strong-dependence 1. not-path 3. not-prenascence 1. 5. not-nutriment 3. not-resultant 3. notroot 1. conascence. not-disappearance 3 . -8 1 2 0 33 0 0 0 0 3. not-predominance 3. Of mutuality.

not-predominance 1. With dependence condition. not-postnascence 1. dissociation presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 1. conascence. not-strong-dependence 13. not-strong-dependence 1. not-kamma 1. notroot 1. Bb-8 1 2 050000 . not-absence 1. not-path 1. 6. not-absence 1. not-proximity 1. not-repetition 1. not-prenascence 1. not-predominance 13. not-proximity 13. notassociation 1. notconascence 3. notnutriment 1. not-contiguity 1.contiguity 1. not-mutuality 7. dependence. not-contiguity 13. not-kamma 1. not-disappearance 1 . notdissociation 1. not-object 13. not-faculty 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-faculty 1. notnutriment 1. not-root 13. not-object 1. End of Mutuality 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 210000 By Twos 050000 571. not-path 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-repetition 1. resultant. not-jhaýna 1. Of mutuality.

presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-root 13. not-root 8. not-jhaýna 8. not-object 7. not-path 8. Combinations of dependence. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 7. not-nutriment 13. not-dissociation 3. notassociation 4. not-resultant 8. predominance. notkamma 13. not-nutriment 8. not-contiguity 13. not-object 13. notpredominance 13. not-absence 13. not-jhaýna 13. not-path 13. not-disappearance 13. 2. . not-disappearance 13 . not-mutuality 4. not-repetition 13. not-postnascence 8. not-faculty 13. not-association 7. not-resultant 13. not-faculty 13. not-strong-dependence 7.not-prenascence 9. not-nutriment 13. not-resultant 13. not-dissociation 3. not-disappearance 8 . presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-absence 9. not-prenascence 7. not-absence 13. notkamma 13. not-jhaýna 13. not-strong-dependence 13.1. not-kamma 8. not-contiguity 8. notprenascence 9. notconascence 3. not-path 13. not-association 7. not-postnascence 13. not-faculty 8. not-proximity 13. not-repetition 8. not-conascence 1. Of dependence. 210000 Combinations 20 0 32 0 0 0 0 Mixed 6 572. notproxmity 8. not-postnascence 13. not-repetition 13.

not-kamma 4. not-repetition 4. faculty. not-strong-dependence 7. not-disapperance 4 . not-resultant 5. not-strong-dependence 5. not-object 7. not-proximity 7. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 5. notpostnascence 5. notassociation 5. not-nutriment 7. notpostnascence 4. not-contiguity 5. notassociation 3. not-absence 5. not-kamma 7. not-jhaýna 4. faculty. notmutuality 3. notresultant 7. not-proximity 5. not-strong-dependence 3. not-object 3. not-conascence . not- . not-dissociation 3. not-root 5. not-path 7. not-predominance 5. not-repetition 7. not-nutriment 4. dissociation.3. predominance. not-predominance 7. not-postnascence 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 3. not-object 3. not-kamma 5. dissociation. not-path 4. notassociation 4. presence and nondisapperance conditions. not-conascence 1. not-nutriment 5. not-faculty 5. not-jhaýna 7. notmutuality 5. not-prenascence 7. not-absence 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-proximity 4. not-root 4. Of dependence. not-root 7. not-disappearance 5 . 4. notmutuality 4. Of dependence. not-prenascence 3. not-resultant 4. not-conascence 1. not-object 5. not-disappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 6. not-contiguity 7. Of dependence. not-absence 4. not-path 5. not-faculty 4. not-prenascence 3. not-repetition 5. not-jhaýna 5. not-contiguity 4. dissociation. Of dependence.

notpredominance 3. not- . presence and non-disappearance conditions.predominance conditions. not-postnascence 3. not-faculty 3. not-nutriment 3. not-root 3. dissociation. dissociation. not-jhaýna 3. not-resultant 3. notconascence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 3. not-nutriment 3. not-conascence 1. object. Of dependence. not-repetition 3. not-mutuality 1. not-absence 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-mutuality 3. not-contiguity 3. Of dependence. notobject 3. not-associaton 3. prenascence. not-predominance 3. not-root 3. not-postnascence 1. notpostnascence 3. not-contiguity 1. not resultant 3. not-conascence 3. not-absence 3. 7. not-postnascence 3. not-nutriment 3 not-jhaýna 3. not-contiguity 3. object. not-proximity 1. Combinations of dependence. notconascence 1. prenascence. not-repetition 3. not-proximity 3. not-absence 3. not-mutuality 3. not-mutuality 3. notassociation 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-repetition 3. 8. 9. Miscellaneous 4 573. not-resultant 3. notprenascence 3. not-contiguity 3. not-root 1. not-kamma 3. not-kamma 3. not-faculty 3. strong-dependence. not-kamma 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-association 3. not-path 3. not-proximity 3. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance conditions. prenascence. predominance. notpath 3. not-path 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-disappearance 3 . not-root 3.

notpredominance 9. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 9 . Combinations of dependence.repetition 1. not-disssociation 3. notabsence 1. not-jhaýna . Of dependence. not-predominance 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-conascence 1. not-nutriment 9. not-association 1. not-absence 1.mutuality 5. prenascence. -8 1 2 0 41 0 0 0 0 presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 1. not-root 3. not-postnascence 1. not-proximity 1. 12. not-path 9. not-repetition 1. not-nutriment 1. 10. notassociation 5. not-root 1. not-contiguity 9. conascence. conascence. notassociation 1. not-repetition 9. not-path. not-object 9. not-proximity 9. not-disappearance 1. not-nutriment 1. not. dissociation. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 3. not-root 9. Of dependence. not-kamma 9. not-faculty 1. mutuality. not-resultant 1. not-faculty 9. faculty. not- . not-strong-dependence 9. 11. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-path 1. not-absence 9. Conascence 10 Without resultant 5 574. not-postnascence 9. not-jhaýna 9. not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 1.notresultant 1. not-resultant 9. not-prenascence 9. not-strong-dependence 1. notobject 1.

Of dependence. not-strongdependence 3. notobject 3. mutuality. not-prenascence 3. 13. notassociation 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-presence 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-faculty 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. not-kamma 3. notpostnascence 3. not-faculty 3. not-kamma 3. mutuality. not-repetition 3. not-jhaýna 3. -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 15. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-resultant 3. notdissociation 3. Of dependence. not-object 3. not-repetition 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-absence 3. not-predominance 3. conascence. notmutuality 3. not- . not-root 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-contiguity 3. not-nutriment 3. nto-resultant 3. not-absence 3. not-association 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-proximity 3. not-strong-dependence 3. dissociation. not-jhaýna 3. not-root 1. not-absence 3. 14. not-faculty 3. not-postnascence 3. Of dependence. notpredominance 3. conascence. not-jhaýna 3. not-root 3. not-contiguity 3. not-path 3.predominance 3. not-kamma 3. conascence. not-proximity 3. not-path 3. not-nutriment 3. association. not-path 3. not-resultant 3. not-proximity 3. notrepetition 3. not-postnascence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-nutriment 3. not-contiguity 3. not-dissociation 3.

object 1. resultant. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. association. not-proximity 1. not-proximity 1. . not-absence 1. not-stong-dependence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-predominance 1. not-contiguity 1. notobject 1. notassociation 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-path 1. conascence. 18. not-repetition 1. not-mutuality 1. Combinations of dependence. not-disappearance 1 . not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. not-disappearance 1. notobject 1. not-association 1. not-path 1. notassocitaion 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 1. not-faculty 1. not-kamma 1. Of dependence. notroot 1. not-root 1. resultant. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1.absence 1. not-proximity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-root 1. not-nutriment 1. not-proximity 1. not-faculty 1. not-object 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-prenascence 1. conascence. not-prenascence 1. not. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma 1. not-postnascence 1. not-resultant 1. not-dissociation 1. notdissociation 1. not-nutriment 1. not-path 1. 17. Of dependence. notnutriment 1. not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 1. mutuality. resultant. With resultant 5 16. not-predominance 1. not-repetition 1. not-faculty 1. not-postnascence 1. mutuality. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-repetition 1.

not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 1. not-repetition 1. not-postnascence 1. conascence. not-predominance 1. dissociation. not-path 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetiton 1. notdissociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-kamma 1. Of dependence.not-contiguity 1. not-proximity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-postnascence 1. End of Depencdence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-repetition 1. notnutriment 1. not-faculty 1. resultant. notpostnascence 1.nutriment 1. notroot 1. notcontiguity 1. notnutriment 1. not-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma 1. not-contiguity 1. not-jhaýna 1. 19. not-path 1. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-prenascence 1. resultant. not-association 1. not-absence 1. not-proximtiy 1. not-root 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-faculty 1. dissociation. mutuality. -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 20. not-prenascence 1. presence and non-disapperance conditions . notobject 1. conascence. not. not-faculty 1. not-object 1. not-path 1. not-kamma 1. not-mutuality 1. not-disappearance 1 . Of dependence. not-absence 1. notassociation 1.

not-repetition 9. notcontiguity 7. not-absence 9. not-mutuality 7. not-presence 9. not-root 7. not-disapperance 9. not-non-disappearance 9. notconascence 9. not-kamma 9. not-resultant 7. not-repetition 7. Combinations of strong-dependence. not-association 9. not-jhaýna 9. 1. not-dependence 9. . not-dependence 7. not-nutriment 9. not-contiguity 9. not-faculty 7. not-dissociation 9. not-prenascence 7. not-conascence 7.Strong-depencence 210000 By Twos 090000 575. not-object 9. not-postnascence 9. not-prenascence 9. not-root 9. not-mutuality 9. not-faculty 9. With strong-dependence condition. not-kamma 7. not-postnascence 7. not-nutriment 7. not-predominance 9. not-proximity 9. not-proximity 7. not-resultant 9. object and predominence conditions. not-path 9. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 7 0 19 0 0 0 0 576.

2. not-jhaýna 1. not-conascence 7. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 1. not-contiguity -8 1 2 0 35 0 0 0 0 1. not-root 1. not- . not-path 7. notrepetition 1. not-disappearance 7. not-resultant 1. dissocaition. not-root 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-nutriment 7. not-postnascence 1. not-path 7. not-association 1. not-faculty 1. not-postnascence 7. absence and disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 1. not-kamma 1. notdependence 7. not-conascence 1.not-jhaýna 7. predominance. not-kamma 7. not-prenascence 7. Of strong-dependence. prenascence. not-nutriment 1. Of strong-dependence. not-faculty 7. predominance. not-association 1. not-resultant 7. proximity. 3. not-object7. notrepetition 5. not-path 1. not-dependence 1. not-proximity 1. notrepetition 1. prenascence. not-conascence 1. not-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-assocition 7. not-disappearance 1 . Of strong-dependence. not-mutuality 7. not-association 7. not-faculty 1. notabsence 1. not-postnascence 1. 4. object. not-presence 7. notdissociation 1. not-absence 7. not-root 7. dependence. notpredominance 7. not-proximity 1. not-jhaýna 7.resultant 1. contiguity. notmutuality 1. not-dissociation 7. not-nondisappearance 7 . object. not-nutriment 1. not-contiguity 1. not. not-kamma 1. not-path 1.

not-conascence 2. not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 2. not-faculty 1. notdependence 1. not. not-disappearance 2. Of strong-dependence and kamma conditions not-root 2. not-postnascence 1. not-jhaýna 3. proximity.repetition 2. not-resultant 1. not-mutuality 1. not-non-disappearance 3 . not-path 3. not-object 1. not-association 1. not-presence 1. not-prenascence 3. not. not-kamma 3. 7. not-path 1. not-resultant 3. not-presence 7. repetition. not-non-disappearance 1. Of strong-dependence. not-mutuality 2. not-non-disappearance 2 . not-nutriment 2.not-nutriment 3. not-root 1. not-prenascence 1. not-predominance 3. not-object 2. proximity. not-predominance 1. notobject 3. notpath 2. not-postnascence 3. End of Strong-dependence . not-proximity 2. not-root 3. not. 5.dependence 3. not-association 2. not-postnascence 2. contiguity. not-dissociation 1. absence and disappearance conditions. Of strong-dependence. not-mutuality 3. not-prenascence 2. not-jhaýna 1. not-presence 2. not-faculty 3. absence and disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 3. not-conascence 1. not-presence 3. not-non-disappearance 7 . notresultant 2. not-dependence 2. not-nutriment 1.faculty 2. kamma.dissociation 7. notrepetition 1. notcontiguity 2. not-absence 2. contiguity. not-predominance 2. not-conascence 3. not-association 3. 6.

not-strongdependence 3. not-faculty 3. not-resultant 3. not-proximity 3. presence and non- . not-dependence 3. not-contiguity 3. not-postnascence 3. not-association 3. not-mutualtiy 3. not-path 3. not-object 3. 1.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 210000 By Twos 040000 577. not-disappearance 3. notpredominance 3. With prenascence condition. notabsence 3. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 7 0 33 0 0 0 0 578. not-nutriment 3. not- -8 1 2 070000 conascence 3. notkamma 3. not-root 3. notjhaýna 3. not-dissociation 3. Combinations of prenascence. not-repetition 3.

presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-conascence 3. not-root 3. 3. not-absence 3. not-resultant 3. not-nutriment 3. not-root 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-strong-dependence 3. not-contiguity 3. not-contiguity 3. not-mutuality 3. not-strongdependence 3. not-resultant 3. not-association 3. not-postnascence 3. not-path 3. Of prenascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 3. not-object 3. dependence. not-dependence 3. not-root 3. notdependence 3. not-repetition 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of prenascence. not-absence 3. not-proximity 3. not-object 3. not-jhaýna 3. 2. 4. not-root 3. not-contiguity 3. notpredominance 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-proximity 3. not-faculty 3. not-association 3. not-contiguity 3. not-strong-dependence 3. object. not-path 3. not-jhaýna 3. dissociation. notdissociation 3. dependence. notconascence 3. notpostnascence 3. notpredominance 3. dissociation. notpredominance 3. not-nutriment 3.disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 3. not-nutriment 3. not-proximity 3. notassociation 3. not-dissociation 3. not-predominance 3. not-repetition 3. not-kamma 3. not-path 3. notconascence 3. object. not-resultant 3. notconascence 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-faculty 3. not-proximtiy 3. not-kamma 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-postnascence 3. not-kamma 3. Of prenascence. not-mutuality 3. not-mutuality 3. not-repetition 3. not-faculty 3. not- .

not-resultant 1. notresultant 1. not-nutriment 3. not-repetition 3. notrepetition 1. not-postnascence 1. not-root 1. not-conascence 1. not-resultant 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-contiguity 1. not-absence 1. not-proximity 1. not-nutriment 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 3. faculty. not-disappearance 3 . 6. not-path 3. Of prenascence. dependence. notobject 1. not-kamma 1. not-postnascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-predominance 1. notrepetition 1. not-faculty 3. not-root 1. presence and non-disapperance conditions.proximity 1. not-jhaýna 3. dissociation. -8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 not-mutuality 1. Of prenascence. predominance. notdissociation 1. 7. 5. Of prenascence. not-repetition 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions.postnascence 3. strong-dependence. not-path 1. object. dissociation. predominance. not-nutriment 1. not. not-mutuality 1. not-kamma 1. notassociation 3. not-contiguity 1. not-postnascence 1. not-path 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-conascence 1. not-kamma 3. not-association 1. not-faculty 1. not-contiguity 1. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-path 1. not- . not-resultant 1. object. not-disappearance 1 . not-strong-dependence 1. not-dependence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-conascence 1. not-kamma 1. not-assocaition 1. not-root 1. notabsence 1. not-jhaýna 1. strong-dependence. not-nutriment 1.

not-dependence 3. not-disappearance 1. not-prenascence 3. With postnascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 1 060000 . not-proximity 3. not-kamma 3. notconascence 3. not-association 3.association 1. not-strongdependence 3. not-contiguity 3. not-nutriment 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 3. not-repetition 3. not-predominance 3. not-root 3. not-object 3. not-faculty 3. not-resultant 3. not-absence 3. End of Prenascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 210000 By Twos 090000 579. not-mutuality 3. not-path 3.

not-dependence 3. notpredominance 3. not-prenascence 3. not-root 3. not-resultant 3. not-absence 3. not-repetition 3. End of postnascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 By Twos 080000 581. dissociation. not-kamma 3. notpredominance 3. With repetition condition. Combinations of postnascence. not-disap-] pearance 3. not-root 3.580. 250000 -8 1 2 050000 not-path 3. not-contiguity 3. not-mutuality 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-faculty 3. notconascence 3. not-object 3. not-proximity 3. not-object 3. not-strongdependence 3. not- . not-nutriment 3. not-mutuality 3. not-conascence 3. not-association 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

notkamma 3.dependence 3. contiguity. not-resultant 3. not-non-disappearance 3. not-prenascence 3. not-non-dissappearance 3. strongdependence. Combinations of repetition. not-conascence 3. notpostnascence 3. not-root 3. not-kamma 3. not-faculty 3. not-postnascence 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-dissociation 3. not-resultant 3. absence and disappearance conditions. not-object 3. notpresence 3. not-nutriment 3. not-association 3. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Miscellaneous 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combination 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 582. not-dependence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-predominance 3. notmutuality 3. not-presence 3. notdissociation 3. not-nutriment 3. proximity. End of Repetition 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma . notjhaýna 3. not-path 3. not-faculty 3. not-path 3. not-association 3.

210000 Combinations 11 070000 Miscellaneous 2 584. not-mutuality 7. not-faculty 7. not-object 2.210000 By Twos 090000 583. not-presence 2. notpredominance 7. not-dependence 2. 1. not-predominance 2. not-path 7. not-object 7. not-contiguity 2. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 7. not-jhaýna 7. not-resultant 2. notproximity 2. not-postnascence 2. not-absence 7. not-resultant 7. not-conascence 2. not-mutuality -8 1 2 0 41 0 0 0 0 2. notrepetition 7. not-prenascence 2. not-nutriment 2. not-nondisappearance 2. not-dissociation 5. not-repetition 2. not-disappearance 7. notconascence 7. not-faculty 2. not-proximity 7. . not-postnascence 7. not-root 7. Combination of kamma and strong-dependence conditions. not-associaiton 3. not-strongdependence 7. not-dependence 2. not-nutriment 2. With kamma condition. not-root 2.

conascence. not-strong-dependence 7. notprenascence 7. not-mutuality 1. . not-prenascence 3. not-resultant 3. not-repetition 3. not-resultant 1. not-path 1. not-dissociation 2. contiguity. absence and disappearance conditions. notresultant 7. not-root 1. 3. not-predominance 3. strong-dependence. not-association 3. 4. not-conascence 1. not-disappearance 2. not-proximity 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 3. not-association 1. not-disappearance 7 . notcontiguity 3. 2. not-non-disappearance 1. not-absence 7. mutuality. notrepetition 1. not-path 2. not-nutriment 1. not-association 2. Combinations of kamma. not-jhaýna 7. not-object 7. not-faculty 7. proximity. not-faculty 3. not-dissociation 3. notpostnascence 3. not-predominance 7. Conascence (with nutriment ) 9 Without resultant 4 585. not-postnascence 7. Of kamma. Of kamma. notroot 7. notdependence 1. not-path 7. not-faculty 1. not-presence 1. not-mutuality 7. not-absence 2. not-object 1. not-postnascence 1. not-nondisappearance 2 . not-root 3. not-jhaýna 1. nutriment. not-strong-dependence 3. notcontiguity 7. not-presence 2 .not-jhaýna 2. not-proximity 3. not-repetition 7. dependence. conascence. nutriment. not-prenascence 1. not-dissociation 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-predominance 1. dependence.

not-strong-dependence 3. not-path 3. dependence. notprenascence 3. not-postnascence 3. With resultant 5 7. not-faculty 3. not-object 3. not-repetition 3. conascence. not-disappearance 3 . notcontiguity 3. not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-strong-depedence 3. not-path 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. nutriment. conascence. 5. Of kamma. not-absence 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-predominance 3. Of kamma. not-path 3. notresultant 3. not-proximity 3. not-root 3. not-absence 3. association. not-object 1. not-root -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 3. dissociation. not- . resultant. not-proximity 3. not-resultant 3. not-jhaýna 3. nutriment. dependence. not-disappearance 3. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-predominance 3. 6. nutriment. not-repetition 3. not-association 1.not-jhaýna 3. not-prenascence 3. not-object 3. not-contiguity 3. conascence. notabsence 3. Combinations of kamma. mutuality. not-root 1. not-predominance 1. notfaculty 3. not-association 3. dependence.

presence and non-disappearance conditions. not. not-disappearance 1 . not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. not-contiguity 1. dissociation. not-strong-dependence 1. not-proximity 1. resultant. not-object 1. dependence. not-association 1. not-absence 1. not-mutuality 1.jhaýna 1. 10. not-path 1. notfaculty 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-path 1. Of kamma. not-prenascence 1. notrepetition 1. 8. not-strongdependence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-root 1. not-repetition 1. 9. not-jhaýna 1. dependence.proximity 1. not-dissociation 1. not-contiguity 1. Of kamma. not- . not-strong-dependence 1. not-faculty 1. nutriment. dependence. notprenascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-mutuality 1. not-path 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 1. not-predominance 1. not-predominance 1. not-dissociation 1. resultant. nutriment. Of kamma. not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-object 1. not-prenascence 1. not-proximity 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-postnascence 1. resultant. not-faculty 1. notproximity 1. mutuality. not-predominance 1. conascence. not-prenascence 1. mutuality. not-absence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-dissociation 1. nutriment. conascence. not-root 1. not-association 1. not-path 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-jhaýna 1. notassociation 1. not-root 1. association. not-absence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-repetition 1. not-contiguity 1.

. not-jhaýna 1. conascence.absence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. Of kamma. not-root 1. not-contiguity 1. not-faculty 1. not-repetition 1. With resultant condition. not-path 1. not-proximity 1. not-object 1. notpredominance 1. not-strong-dependence 1. resultant. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-repetition 1. not-faculty 1. not-prenascence 1. not-object 1. not-association 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 1. not-association 1. mutuality. End of Kamma 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By Twos 080000 586. not-prenascence 1. not-proximity 1. notpostnascence 1. not-postnascence 1. notdissociation 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-kamma 1. nutriment. dissociation. not-disappearance 1. not-path 1. dependence. notmutuality 1. not-contiguity 1. 11. presence and non-disap- -8 1 2 080000 pearance conditions. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 1. not-root 1.

not-postnascence 1. not-absence 1. not-kamma 1. notassociation 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-prenascence 1. not-root 1. mutuality. not-strong-dependence 1. . not-disappearance 1 . 3. not-mutuality 1. not-proximity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. dependence. 2. not-absence 1. notnutriment 1. notdissociation 1. notobject 1. not-faculty 1. 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notobject 1. not-association 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-contiguity 1. not-root 1. dependence. not-path 1. Combinations of resultant. not-kamma 1. not-repetition 1. not-predominance 1. not-nutriment 1. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. not-path 1. mutuality.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Combinations 5 0 22 0 0 0 0 587. Of resultant. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 1. dependence. not-postnascence 1. conascence. Of resultant conascence. not-contiguity 1. conascence.

not-absence 1. dissociation. not-kamma 1. not-postnascence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-repetition 1. not-predominance 1. not-root 1. not-proximity 1. not-postnascence 1. dependence. conascence. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 1. not-path 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notroot 1. notcontiguity 1. not-prenascence 1. dissociation. not-strong-dependence 1. notassociation 1. not-object 1. notabsence 1. notpostnascence 1. notassociation 1. mutuality. not-proximity 1. Of resultant. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. not-mutuality 1. not-prenascence 1. notobject 1. not-predominance 1. End of Resultant 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-faculty 1 not-jhaýna 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. 5. not-kamma 1. not-path 1. not-faculty 1. not-disappearance 1 . Of resultant. notroot 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-absence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-predominance 1. not-dissociation 1. -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 4. not-faculty 1. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. notnutriment 1. dependence. not-object 1. not-strong-dependence 1. notnutriment 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-proximity 1. not-nutriment 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-path 1.association. notcontiguity 1.

not-mutuality 3. not-root 7. not-resultant 7. not-strongdependence 7. not-dependence 1. not-resultant 7. not-association 3.Nutriment 210000 By Twos 080000 588. notmutuality 3. not-faculty 7. not-strong-dependence 7. not-contiguity 7. not-association 3. not-prenascence 7. notkamma 7. notpredominance 7. not-postnascence 7. not-prenasence 7. notabsence 7. not-kamma 7. Combinations of nutriment. not-object 7. not-contiguity 7. not-jhaýna 7. not-postnascence 7. not-predominance 7. not-proximity 7. not-dissociation 3. 210000 Combinations 34 090000 Mixed 1 589. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 . not-object 7. notconascence 1. not-root 7. notdisappearance 7. not-conascence 1. 1. notjhaýna 7. not-absence 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 7. not-repetition 7. not-dissociation 3. not-faculty 7. not-path 7. not-path 7. With nutriment condition. notrepetition 7. not-proximity 7. not-dependence 1.

4. not-proximity 7. not-prenascence 7. 2. 5 Of nutriment. dependence. not-contiguity 7. not-prenascence 3. not-disappearance 7 . not-path 3. notroot 3. mutuality . not-postnascence 7. not-strong-dependence 7. not-absence 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-path 7.Conascence 33 Ordinary 9 Without resultant 4 590. not-resultant 3. not-proximity 3. not-predominance 7. notdissociation 3. not-kamma 3. not-association 3. notabsence 3. Of nutriment. not-faculty 7. not-association 1. not-postnascence 3. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notfaculty 3. not-path 3. notcontiguity3. not-disappearance 3 . . 3. dependence. notpostnascence 3. conascence. not-predominance 3. dissociation. not-faculty 3. not-contiguity 3. not-kamma 3. notobject 7. dependence. conascence. not-proximity 3.dependence. not-prenascence 3. not-mutuality 3. Combinations of nutriment. notobject 3. not-repetition 3. Of nutriment. not-absence 7. not-strong-dependence 3. mutuality. not-object 3. association. not-jhaýna 7. not-disappearance 3 . not-dissociation 3. not-repetition 7. not-kamma 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 3. not-repetition 3. not-dissociation 3. not-jhaýna 3. conascence. notresultant 7. not-root 7. not-resultant 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-predominance 3. not-jhaýna 3.

not-proximity 3. notpostnascence 1.presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-faculty 1. not-root 1. not-path 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-association 3. not-kamma 1. Of nutriment. mutuality. not-faculty 1. not-strong-dependence 1. resultant. resultant.dependence. not-repetition 3. dependence. notobject 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 1. not-path 3. not-predominance 1. not-prenascence 1. not-postnascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-root 3. not-repetition 1. conascence. not-absence 1. not-dissociation 1. not-repetition 1. not-disappearance 3. notdissociation 1. not-prenascence 3. not-object 1. mutuality . dependence. not-proximity 1. Combinations of nutriment. Of nutriment. conascence. not-contiguity 3. not-path 1. not-association 1. 8. not-predominance 1. With resultant 5 6. notcontiguity 1. not-strong-dependence 3. notresultant 3. 7. conascence. not-jhaýna 3. not-absence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not=-faculty 3. not-muituality 1. not-mutuality 3. not-disappearance 1 . not-jhaýna 1. notcontiguity 1. not-root 1. not-kamma 3. notprenascence 1. not-absence 3. not-association 1. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 1 . . not-postnascence 1. not-object 1.

dependence. mutuality . not-object 1. not-absence 1. not-path 1. conascence. not-absence 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-predominance 1. dissociation. resultant. not-dissociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-kamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-proximity 1. association. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-faculty 1. 9. conascence. not-path 1. not-disappearance 1 . Of nutriment. Combinations of nutriment. not-path 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-faculty 1. not-mutuality 1. dissociation. not-root 7. resultant. not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. not-kamma 1.resultant. not-predominance 1. not-root 1. notproximity 1. notproximity 1. kamma. 10. not-repetition 1. With kamma 9 Without resultant 4 591. 11. not-object 1. not-association 1. not-repetition 1. not-association 1. dependence. notroot 1. not-jhaýna 1. notprenascence 1. notprenascence 1. notcontiguity 1. not-absence 1. not-contiguity 1. notkamma 1. not-root 1. not-object 1. not-predominance 1. not-jhaýna 1. Of nutriment. . not-postnascence 1. not-postnascence 1. notprenascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-contiguity 1. not-disappearance 1.

not-strong-dependence 3. not-prenascence 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-dissociation 3. not-absence 7. not-root 3. notproximity 3. not-proximity 3. mutuality. not-dissociation 3. dependence. not-repetition 3. not-faculty 7 not-jhaýna 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 7 . not-proximity 3. not-root 3. notassociation 3. dependence. kamma. not-root 3. dissociation. not-postnascence 3. mutuality. not-resultant 3. not-predominance 3. notcontiguity 7. not-faculty 3. kamma. not-predominance 3. not-path 3. not-object 3. not-contiguity 3. conascence. not-predominance 7. not-repetition 7. 13. notresultant 3. not- . not-faculty 3. not-mutuality 3. not-object 3. not-disappearance 3 . notprenascence 7. not-postnascence 7. Of nutriment. not-8 1 2 0 41 0 0 0 0 resultant 7. not-path 3. association.not-object 7. conascence. Of nutriment. not-proximity 7. 12. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-absence 3. notcontiguity 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-association 1. kamma. not-predominance 3. not-absence 3. not-strong-dependence 7. Of nutriment. not-path 7. 14. not-dissociation 3. dependence. notpostnascence 3. not-jhaýna 3. conascence. notprenascence 3. not-object 3.

not-predominance 1. not-path 3. 16. not-jhaýna 1. not-postnascence 1. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-contiguity 1. not-mutuality 3. mutuality. not-absence 1. not-proxinity 1. kamma. not-repetition 1. conascence. 17. notresultant 3. not-root 1. not-path 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 1. resultant. not-strong-dependence 1. notassociation 3. not-root 1. notfaculty 1. not-object 1. notprenascence 3. conascence. not-object 1. notdissociation 1. . not-mutuality 1. not-repetition 3. not-proximity 1. kamma. not-predominance 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-association 1. not-postnascence 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-repetition 1. not-disappearance 3. not-prenascence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-absence 3. Combinations of nutriment. cc -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 not-path 1.contiguity 3. not-contiguity 1. not-association 1. resultant. not-strong-dependence 3. not-faculty 3. dependence. Of nutriment. dependence. mutuality. not-jhaýna 3. With resultant 5 15. not-faculty 1. not-dissociation 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-absence 1. Of nutriment.

not-prenascence 1. not-predominance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-association 1. not-contiguity 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. dissociation. not-predominance 1. resultant. not-root 1. not-postnascence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-repetition 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-root 1. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 not-strong0 24 0 0 0 0 dependence 1. resultant. kamma. not-disappearance 1 .kamma. not-proximity 1. resultant. conascence. not-object 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-object 1. not-prenascence 1. not-contiguity 1. not-dissociation 1. not-path 1. not-strong-dependence 1. notproximity 1. notfaculty 1. not-postnascence 1. not-object 1. not-path 1. mutuality. not-contiguity 1. not-prenascence 1. not-predominance 1. kamma. dissociation. not-postnascence 1. Of nutriment. notassociation 1. 19. notrepetition 1. not-proximity 1. notfaculty 1. dependence. Of nutriment. not-path 1. 18. not-root 1. association. not-disappearance 1. not-jhaýna 1. . conascence. not-faculty 1. notabsence 1. not-repetition 1. not-absence 1. notabsence 1.

not-disappearance 7 . notprenascence 7. 21. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 7. not-absence 7. dependence. not- . not-postnascence 7. not-resultant 7. conascence. not-path 7. not-predominance 7. not-jhaýna 7. notassociation 3. not-predominance 3. notkamma 7. not-root 3 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Left out in the Text. not-proximity 3. not-object 7. not-strong-dependence 3. faculty. Combinations of nutriment. notcontiguity 7. Of nutriment. 20. notcontiguity 3. conascence. dependence. 010000 -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 not-object 3. not-root 7.With faculty 9 Without resultant 4 592. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-strong-dependence 7. not-repetition 7. not-prenascence 3. faculty. not-proximity 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

not-mutuality 1. not-association 1. not-disappearance 3 . Combinations of nutriment. not-postnascence 3. not-object 3. not-absence 3. not-absence 3. not-object 1. not-predominance 3. notcontiguity 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3. conascence. dependence. dependence. not-disappearance 3. not-strong-dependence 3. faculty. not- . Of nutriment. 23. not-association 3. faculty. 22. not-object 3. notkamma 1. not-path 1. notprenascence 3. not-contiguity 3. faculty. not-jhaýna 3. not-repetition 1. conascence. not-proximity 3. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetition 3.postnascence 3. not-jhaýna 3. notproximity 3. not-root 3. not-prenascence 1. not-postnascence 3. not-mutuality 3. not-path 3. not-root 1. not-root 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-resultant 3. not-kamma 3. mutuality. not-kamma 3. not-dissociation 3. not-proximity 1. not-contiguity 1. not-resultant 3. With resultant 5 24. not-association 1. not-dissociation 3. not-predominance 1. not-absence 3. not-path 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of nutriment. not-strong-dependence 3. notprenascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-postnascence 1. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3. not-kamma 3. not-disappearance 3 . dissociation. resultant. not-jhaýna 1. dependence. not-path 3. not-resultant 3. association.

not-dissociation 1. mutuality. not-root 1. resultant. resultant. resultant. not-proximity 1. notabsence 1. not-root 1.dissociation 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. not-predominance 1. 25. mutuality. faculty. faculty. notrepetition 1. not-disappearance 1. association. not-disappearance 1 . not-postnascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-postnascence 1. dependence. not-jhaýna 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-strong-dependence 1. not-path 1. conascence. mutuality. Of nutriment. notkamma 1. not-predominance 1. not-absence 1. dissociation. not-contiguity 1. not-contiguity 1. not-contiguity 1. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-kamma 1. of nutriment. not-absence 1 . Of nutriment. faculty. Of nutriment. not-association 1. 27. not-absence 1. not-dissociation 1. not-root 1. not-repetition 1. dependence. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 not-proximity 1. not-path 1. faculty. not-strong-dependence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-kamma 1. not-path 1. not-prenascence 1. not-disappearance 1 . notassociation 1. conascence. not-mutuality 1. not-strongdependence 1. notproximity 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-postnascence 1. 26. conascence. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. dependence. not-object 1. 28. not-predominance 1. resultant. not-object 1. presence and non-disap- . not-object 1.

faculty. not-path 7. dependence. not-disappearance 7 . not-proximity 3. not-contiguity 1. notkamma 1. not-postnascence 1. dissociation . not-repetition 3. notabsence 1. conascence. not-postnascence 3. conascenc. dependence.pearance conditions. not-root 3. not-root 3. not-predominance 1. not-proximity 1. 30. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 3. not-prenascence 1. not-root 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-association 3. not-jhaýna 3. faculty. Of nutriment. predominance. not-root 7. faculty. not-disappearance 3 . not-contiguity . not-object 1. predominance. not-repetition 7. not-absence 7. not-path 3. not-strong-dependence 7. Of nutriment.postnascence 7. not-object 3. 29. not-kamma 7. 31. not-resultant 7. not-association 1. dependence. conascence. not. notabsence 3. Combinations of nutriment. With predominance and faculty 6 without resultant 3 593. not-kamma 3. mutuality. not-mutuality 3. not-proximity 7. not-strong-dependence 3. not-proximity 3. notprenascence 7. not-contiguity 3. not-disappearance 1. not-object 7. notresultant 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 1. not-prenascence 3. not-path 1. association. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notcontiguity 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 7. predominance. not-object 3.

notabsence 3. not-postnascence 1. notproximity 1. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 3. not-prenasence 1.-8 1 2 0 31 0 0 0 0 3. resultant. dependence. not-root 1. Of nutriment. not-strong-dependence 1. presence and nondisappearance conditions. 34. not-jhaýna 1. not-postnascence 1. not-object 1. mutuality. predominance. not-kamma 3. not-absence 1. conascence. notprenascence 1. not-repetition. not-kamma 1. not-dissociation 1. not-mutuality 1. predominance. not-association 3. not-root 1. Of nutriment. not-prenascence 3. notassociation 1. faculty. presence and non-disappearance . dissociation. not-postnascence 3. not-disappearance 1 . not-path 3. association. notresultant 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-object 1. conascence. notrepetition 1. predominance. not-path 1. faculty. not-mutuality. conascence. not-repetition 1. not-strongdependence 1. dependence. not-disappearance 3. not-contiguity 1. dependence. 33. Combinations of nutriment. faculty. notproximity 1. With resultant 3 32. resultant. resultant. not-path 1. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 1. not-kamma 1. not-contiguity 1. not-disappearance 1 .

notpredominance 7. not-path 1. -8 1 2 030000 not-jhaýna 7. not-mutuality 3. With faculty conditions. End of Nutriment 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 By twos 050000 594. not-mutuality 1. not-root 1. not-prenascence 7. not-strongdependence 7. notcontiguity 1. not-association 3. not-root 7. not-contiguity 7. notprenascence 1. notabsence 1. not-proximity 1. not-object 1. not-path 7. not-strong-dependence 1. not-association 1. notconascence 1.conditions. not-absence 7. not-disappearance 7. 210000 Combinations 76 0 32 0 0 0 0 . not-proximity 7. not-kamma. not-dissociation 3. notkamma 1. not-postnascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-jhaýna 1. notrepetition 7. not-nutriment 7. not-resultant 7. not-dependence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-object 7. not-postnascence 7.

not-dependence 1. not-nutriment 7. not-jhaýna 7. notkamma 3. not-association 3. not-association3. not-nutriment 7. dissociation. not-proximity 3. not-postnascence 3. not-contiguity 7. not-root 7. not-resultant 3. not-conascence 1. not-conascence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notconascence 1. not-jhaýna 7. not-contiguity 7. not-contiguity 3. not-absence 7. not-strong-dependence 3. not-kamma 7. not-strong-dependence 7. notmutuality 3. not-resultant 7. not-nutriment 3. not-repetition 3.Mixed 3 595. not-dissociation 3. dependence. not-repetition 7. not-strong-dependence 7. not-mutuality 3. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-kamma 7. not-predominance 7. not-proximity 7. not-absence 3. dependence. notprenascence 3. not-dissociation 3. not-object 7. 1. not-repetition 7. notpredominance 3. notdisappearance 7 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. notprenascence 7. Of faculty. not-disappearance 7 . not-prenascence 7. not-postnascence 7. Combinations of faculty. notpostnascence 7. not-disappearance 3. not-path 7. not-object 3. not-proximity 7. not-object 7. not-root 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-predominance 7. Of faculty. notmutuality 3. not-absence 7. notpath 3. not-association 3. not-path 7. 2. not-root 7. Miscellaneous 1 . not-resultant 7. 3.

not-strong-dependence 7. not-prenascence 3. not-predominance 3. not-path 3. not-predominance 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-resultant 1. not-postnascence 1. not-path 7. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-strongdependence 1. not-repetition 1. notobject 7. not-nutriment 1. not-proximity 1. notresultant 7. not-disappearance 7 . notnutriment 3. not-contiguity 7. not-root 7. notroot 1. mutuality. notobject 3. 4. not-postnascence 7. not-jhaýna 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. notcontiguity 1. not-kamma 7. not-jhaýna 3. not-contiguity 3. not-prenascence 7. dissociation. not-association 1. not-kamma 1. not-mutuality 1. Combinations of faculty. not-repetition 7. not-dissociation 3. not-kamma 3. not-proximity 3. conascence. not-disappearance 1.596. not-resultant 3. not-root 3. not-path 1. Combinations of faculty. not-repetition 3. not-absence 1. Of faculty. not-association 1. not-predominance 7. not-absence 7. 5. not-strong-dependence 3. not-object 1. dependence. not- . not-mutuality 3. prenascence. not-nutriment 7. 6. dependence. not-conascence 1. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 Conascence 72 Ordinary 9 Without resultant 4 597. not-postnascence 3. not-proximity 7. notassociation 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

not- . not-kamma 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-mutuality 1. dependence. not-object 1. not-disappearance 3 . not-postnascence 1. notobject 3. not-contiguity 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 3. not-path 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 3. Combinations of faculty. not-absence 3. not-proximity 1. not-postnascence 3. not-path 3. With resultant 5 9. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetition 1. notresultant 3. not-jhaýna 3. conascence. not-predominance 3. not-proximity 3. dependence. not-nutriment 1. not-proximity 3. association. not-strong-dependence 3.dissociation 3. notpostnascence 3. 8. conascence. notcontiguity 3. not-root 3. not-root 3. not-nutriment 3.dependence. not-disappearance 3. Of faculty. conascence. not-predominance 3. not-disappearance 3 . resultant. not-absence 3. 7. notkamma 1. dissociation. not-jhaýna 1. Of faculty. not-predominance 1. notassociation 3. not-prenascence 3. not-absence 3. not-prenascence 3. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 3. mutuality. not-repetition 3. not-resultant 3. notroot 1. not-prenascence 1. not-path 1. not-nutriment 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3.

conascence. not-repetition 1. Of faculty. not-repetition 1. notnutriment 1. not-contiguity 1. dependence . notabsence 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-root 1. not-root 1. not-object 1. not-jhaýna 1. dependence. resultant. mutuality. not-postnascence 1. not-proximity 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-root 1.association 1. not-mutuality 1. mutuality. not-proximity 1. not-association 1. presence and non-disappearance condi- . resultant. not-kamma 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. 13. notcontiguity 1. not-kamma 1. 11. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-predominance 1. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 1. notcontiguity 1. notnutriment 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-repetition 1. not-object 1. not-predominance 1. 10. not-object 1. not-jhaýna 1. association. notprenascence 1. not-absence 1. dependence. conascence. not-disappearance 1. Of faculty. resultant. not-prenascence 1. not-dissociation 1. not-absence 1. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-path 1. resultant. not-dissociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. conascence. not-path 1. Of faculty. not-association 1. not-kamma 1. notdissociation 1. mutuality. not-path 1. dissociation. not-strong-dependence 1. not-disappearance 1 . dissociation. not-proximity 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. 12. Of faculty.

Of faculty. . conascence. not-absence 7. dependence. not-root 1. not-strong-dependence 7 . . mutuality. notporximity 1. not-disappearance 3. Of faculty. not-absence 1. path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. notassociation 1. . conascence. not-root 3 . 17. . 14. not-disappearance 3 . notprenascence 1. notdisappearance 7 . . 15. presence and non-disappearance conditions. With path 9 Without resultant 4 598. . path. path. not-mutuality 3. notassociation 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-root 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . not-disappearance 3 . not-repetition 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . 16. not-disappearance 1. Combinations of faculty. not-root 7. path. not-path 1. not-predominance 1.tions. notkamma 1. not-postnascence 1. . notroot 3 . not-contiguity 1. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 not-object 7 . dependence. not-object 1. mutuality. conascence. not-association 3. . association. dissociation. dependence. not-jhaýna 1. Of faculty. not-nutriment 1. dependence. not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 3. . not-absence 3.

21. not-dissociation 3. 20. . With jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 599. not-disappearance 7 . . Combinations of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 1 . path. not-disappearance 1 . not-strong-dependence 7 . resultant. dependence. path. not-mutuality 3. not-disappearance 1. . dependence. Of faculty. mutuality. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . . not-disappearance 1 . . . resultant. notassociation 3. . notroot 1 . . notroot 1 . not-absence 7. Of faculty. 23. path. .with resultant 5 18. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. association. mutuality. path. . dependence. dependence. conascence. not-root 7 . dissociation. resultant. . jhaýna. conascence. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 . path. not-root 1 . mutuality. Of faculty. 19. . resultant. conascence. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. not-root 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. Of faculty. conascence. not-disappearance 1 . dissociation. 22. Combination of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence.

Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Combinations of faculty. resultant. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. re- . association. dependence. not-dissociation 3. 26. not-root 3 . jhaýna. mutuality. dissociation. resultant. conascence. dependence. . 30. jhaýna. Of faculty. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . Of faculty. notassociation 1. dependence. . . With resultant 5 27. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of faculty.24. not-root 1. jhaýna. conascence. not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 3. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. association. dependence. not-root 1 . conascence. jhaýna. . not-disappearance 1 . dependence. 29. not-root 3. . conascence. not-root 1 . not-disappearance 3 . not-absence 3. . 25. notroot 3 . dependence. resultant. jhaýna. dissociation. . . Of faculty. . dependence. mutuality. mutuality. resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. Of faculty. jhaýna. Of faculty. notroot 1 . 31. jhaýna. not-disappearance 3 . . mutuality. . . 28.

not-association 1. not-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. path. . association. notassociation 3. With resultant 5 . . Of faculty. mutuality. not-disappearance 7 . not-root -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 3 . not-dissociation 3. jhaýna. . conascence. jhaýna. not-strong-dependence 7 . path. 34. dissociation. . . . not-root 3 . not-disappearance 3 . With jhaýna and path 9 Without resultant 4 600. . dependence. . dissociation. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of faculty. dependence. not-absence 3. jhaýna. 32. not-absence 7. Of faculty. conascence. Combinations of faculty. . dependence. not-strong-dependence 3 . dependence. . . not-root 1 . jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. jhaýna. mutuality. 33. not-disappearance 1.sultant. conascence. not-mutuality 3. 35. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . notroot 7 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . notdissociation 3. notroot 3 . conascence. not-disappearance3. path.

conascence. not-strong-dependence 7 . dependence. jhaýna. jhaýna. . dependence. jhaýna. path. 37.36. . not-root 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 42. conascence. Combinations of faculty. path. Of faculty. resultant. conascence. dependence. jhaýna. dependence. Of faculty. 41. presence and non. . Of faculty. conascence. nutriment. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. not-dissociation 3. . not-disappearance 1 . dissociation. dependence. not-disappearance 7 . not-root 1 . path. path. mutuality. notassociation 3. . With nutriment 9 Without resultant 4 601. 38. dissociation. nutriment. not-root- . . jhaýna. mutuality. not-root 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . 39. mutuality. resultant. dependence. Of faculty. resultant. path. conascence. not-disappearance 1 .disappearance conditions. resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. notroot 7 . not-mutuality 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1. resultant. . conascence. . . not-root 1 . . . association. . not-disappearance 1 . not-root 1 . Combinations of faculty. . Of faculty. dependence. not-disappearance 1 . not-absence 7. 40.

resultant. dissociation. mutuality. dependence. .3 . resultant. not-disappearance 3. nutriment. conascence. . Of faculty. dissociation. not-root 1 . dissociation. dependence. not-disappearance 1 . . dependence. . . Of faculty. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. Combinations of faculty. Of faculty. . 49. dependence. nutriment. not-disappearance 1. conascence. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. resultant. not-root 3 . . nutriment. 46. not-root 1 . -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 43. resultant. presence and non-deisappearance conditions. conascence. nutriment. 44. nutriment. not-disappearance 1 . association. . conascence. mutuality. association. not-dissociation 3. . . not-association 1. nutriment. Of faculty. notdisappearance 3 . With resultant 5 45. dependence. resultant. not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 3 . . 47. not-root 1 . dependence. 48. conascence. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. not-root 3 . dependence. mutuality. conascence. conascence. Of faculty. presence and non-disap- . not-absence 3. nutriment. . not-root 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

Of faculty. predominance. not-strong-dependence 7 . dependence. dependence. conascence. 54. presence and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 With resultant 3 53. With predominance and nutriment 6 Without resultant 3 602. dissociation. conascence. not-mutuality 3. dependence. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-dissociation 3. predominance . 52. Of faculty. dependence.pearance conditions. Combinations of faculty. dependence. not-root 7 . not-root 1 . predominance. conascence. . . not-disappearance 1 . resultant. nutriment. notdisappearance 7 . . . 51. conascence. . predominance. not-root 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 3. . 50. not-root 1 . predominance. association. nutriment. Of faculty. . not-root 1 . nutriment. not-disappearance 1 . . predominance. conascence. . not-absence 7. not-root 3 . . nutriment. nutriment. mutuality. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . 55. not-association 3. not-disappearance 3 . . conascence. resultant. . Combinations of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. . association. not-disappearance 1.

root 1 . conascence. not-root 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 60. With resultant 3 59. path. dependence. not-root 3 . mutuality. mutuality. conascence. . predominance. path. . . . not-disappearance 1 . . notassociation 3. . predominance. path. Of faculty. conascence. predominance. not-disappearance 3 . dependence. resultant. not-root 1 . . predominance. 56. 57. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Combinations of faculty. . 61. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of faculty. dependence. .resultant. association. . not. predominance. resultant. Of faculty. not-dissociation 3. predominance. With predominance and path 6 Without resultant 3 603. association. path. . nutriment. . not-root 1 . dissociation. path. 58. not-mutuality 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. . conascence. not-strong-dependence 7 . not-root 7 . Of faculty. . not-disappearance 3. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-absence 7. not-disappearance 7 . Combinations of faculty. . not-disappearance 1. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. dependence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

dependence. not-association 1. notobject 4 . path. Of faculty. mutuality. not-disappearance 1. With resultant 5 66. not-absence 4. . . not-dissociation 2. conascence. -8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 With root and path 9 Without resultant 4 604. Combinations of faculty. root. path. dependence. conascence. notassociation 2. not-dissociation 2. . not-absence 2. not-root 1 . conascence. . root. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. mutuality. path. path. 63. 65. . root. not-disappearance 4 . not-disappearance 2. dependence. path. dissociation. association. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-object 2 . 64. notobject 2 . not-object 2 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . root. dependence. not-disappearance 2 . resultant. . . Combinations of faculty. Of faculty. notdisappearance 2 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance condi- . dependence. not-strong-dependence 4. . not-mutuality 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. path.resultant. conascence. . . . Of faculty root. 62.

. mutuality. not-resultant 4. Of faculty. not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 4 . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-contiguity 4. not-object 1 . 70. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 conditions.71. not-nutriment 4. conascence. conascence. . root. 68. root. not-strong-dependence 4. mutuality. resultant. not-repetition 4. . predominance. not-jhaýna 4. not-disappearance 1 . resultant. not-object 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. notmutuality 2. conascence. resultant. 69. not-object 1 . not-proximity 4. Combinations of faculty. . path. not-object 1 . not-association 2. root. path. not-disappearance 1 . dissociation. conascence. root. not-disappearance 1. . . dependence resultant. conascence. . predominance and path 6 Without resultant 3 605. dependence. notpostnascence 4. With root. . 67. Of faculty. not-kamma 4. association. dissociation. . mutuality.tions. . Of faculty. dependence. not-dissociation 2. not-absence 4. path. path. dependence. not-prenascence 4. root. not-object 1 . path. not-object 4. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

predominance. presence and . not-disappearance 2 . not-repetition 1. not-repetition 2. dependence. not-contiguity 2. conascence. mutuality. dependence. of faculty. not-jhaýna 2. conascence. not-kamma 2. not-prenascence 2. notcontiguity 2. root. not-postnascence 1. association. not-nutriment 1. notmutuality 2. not-proximity 2. notpostnascence 2. notcontiguity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-strong-dependence 2. Of faculty. conascence. dissociation. not-object 1. not-disappearance 2. not-jhaýna 1. With resultant 3 74. not-nutriment 2. not-jhaýna 2. notprenascence 1. root. dependence. not-prenascence 2. predominance. not-resultant 2. not-kamma 2. root. not-absence 2. predominance. Combinations of faculty. path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 2. not-disappearance 1 . not-postnascence 2.72. not-proximity 1. 73. association. not-kamma 1. not-strong-dependence 2. not-object 2. not-mutuality 1. path. conascence. not-dissociation 2. resultant. path. not-repetition 2. not-object 2. not-nutriment 2. resultant. predominance. not-association 1. mutuality. not-proximity 2. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-absence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notresultant 2. not-dissociation 1. path. 75. dependence. root. Of faculty. not-association 2.

not-kamma 1. not-root 7. With jhaýna condition. not-strong-dependence 1. dissociation. dependence. not-postnascence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-dissociation 1. 76. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetition 7. not-nutriment 1. not-strong-dependence 7. not-proximity 1. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 1. not-repetition 1. End of Faculty 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 210000 by Twos 080000 606. not-object 1. not-postnascence 1. not-mutuality 1. not-kamma 7. not-prenascence 1. predominance. not-repetition 1. notabsence 1. not-contiguity 1. notmutuality 3. not-object 1. not-object 7. Of faculty. notnutriment 1.non-disappearance conditions. notkamma 1. not-proximity 7. notpredominance 7. root. -8 1 2 060000 not-prenascence 1. not-contiguity 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 1. not-association 1. not-absence 1. not-postnascence 7. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. not-disappearance 1. path. not- . resultant. notcontiguity 1.

. dependence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notassociation 3. conascence. not-disappearance 7 . not-root 7 . notdisappearance 3. conascence. re- . not-dissociation 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of jhaýna. not-association 1. dependence. not-association 3. not-strong-dependence 7 . not-faculty 7. conascence. . . dependence. not-disappearance 3 . .resultant 7. Of jhaýna. dissociation. 4. 210000 Conascence Combinations 36 0 20 0 0 0 0 Ordinary 9 Without resultant 4 607. notdissociation 3. not-disappearance 3 . . 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 7. . not-nutriment 7. Combinations of jhaýna conascence. . not-path 7. mutuality. dependence. not-absence 3. . Combinations of jhaýna. not-absence 7. not-root3 . not-absence 7. 2. conascence. not-dissociation 3. association. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 3 . . not-root 3. . notmutuality 3. dependence. With resultant 5 5. 3.

root 1 . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. not-absence 7. . not-root 1 . 8. resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. resultant. dependence. not-root 3 . resultant. 10. conascence. not. With faculty 9 Without resultant 4 608. not-disappearance 1 . . mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions.root 1 . . 9. .sultant. dependence. 7. not-root 1 . . mutuality. faculty. dissociation. not-disappearance 1 . Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. notroot 1 . notassociation 3. not-root 7 . dependence. not-disappearance 7 . . mutuality. conascence. dependence. Combinations of jhaýna. notdisappearance 1 . -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 6. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. 11. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not- . . . mutuality. Of jhaýna. not-disappearance 1 . Of jhaýna. association. not-disappearance 1. not-mutuality 3. . resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . dissociation. conascence. faculty. . not-strong-dependence 7 . conascence. . Of jhaýna. not. Of jhaýna. not-dissociation 3. . . .

Of jhaýna. faculty. faculty. . notroot . conascence. 18. not-absence 3. conascence. 12. resultant. 13. not-dosappearance 1 . . not-root 1 . Combinations of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance . not-disappearance 3 . . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 15. presence and non-disappearance conditions.association 1. not-dissociation 3. 17. . Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. -8 1 2 0 16 0 0 0 0 16. mutuality. With resultant 5 14. mutuality. mutuality. . not -root 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. not-disappearance 3 . . . . dependence. association. faculty. . dependence. conascence. association. notroot 3 . faculty. mutuality. conascence. Of jhaýna. dependence. resultant. dissociation. conascence. conascence . dependence. resultant. Of jhaýna. resultant. not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-root 1 . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of jhaýna. . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. faculty. . conascence. not-disappearance 1 . resultant. faculty. faculty. not-disappearance 3. dissociation. not-root 3 . Of jhaýna.

conditions. 19. notroot 3 . With resultant 5 23. not-root 1 . . mutuality. Of jhaýna. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . dissociation. . not-strong-dependence 7 . Of jhaýna. notmutuality 3. 22. not-disappearance 1. not-disappearance 3 . dependence. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 not-absence 7. not-association 3. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . path. dependence. conascence. notdisappearance 3. dependence. not-disappearance 7 . association. With path 9 Without resultant 4 609. notassociation 1. not-disappearance 3 . . Of jhaýna. conascence. 0 21 0 0 0 0 20. . Combinations of jhaýna. . Combination of jhaýna. not-absence 3. not-dissociation 3. not-dissociation 3. . path. conascence. . . conascence. path. not-root 3 . . dependence. not-root 7 . mutuality. dependence. not-root 3 . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 21. path.

presence and non-disappearance conditions. . . not-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . . dependence. Of jhaýna. dissociation. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. resultant. not-disappearance 1 . resultant. resultant. notroot 1 . 25. . Of jhaýna. 27. . not.root 1 . dissociation. association. not-disappearance 1 . 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Left out in the Text. not-root 1. path. Of jhaýna. dependence. mutuality. not-disappearance 1. dependence. not-root 1. -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 26. presence and non-disappearance conditions.resultant. notroot 1 . Of jhaýna. resultant. 24. path. dependence. . not-disappearance 1 . With faculty and path 9 Without resultant 4 . . mutuality. conascence. path. . conascence. path. conascence. mutuality. path.

4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 not-absence 7. conascence. dependence. dependence. 28. faculty. Combinations of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 3. dependence.610. . notassociation 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notroot 3 . . association. 30. . notroot 7. not-strong-dependence 7 . faculty. path. Of jhaýna. not-disappearance 1 . . Of jhaýna. conascence. . With resultant 5 32. mutuality. not-dissociation 3. Combinations of jhaýna. dependence. . not-association 1. not-disappearance 3 . mutuality. not-disap0 24 0 0 0 0 pearance 7 . 29. . not-dissociation 3. . path. not-root 3. conascence. not-mutuality 3. dependence. faculty. 31. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . path. path. not-root 3 . path. faculty. . not-root 1 . Of jhaýna. . faculty. . notdisappearance 3 . dissociation. conascence. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. resultant. not-disappearance 3.

faculty. resultant. dependence. faculty. not-root 1 . conascence. conascence. dependence. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. not-root 1 . dependence. . path. . . not-root 1 . path. dissociation. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Left out in the Text. End of Jhaýna . dependence. 36. dissociation. . 34. resultant.33. presence and non-disappearance conditions. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . faculty. mutuality. faculty. resultant. 35. not-disappearance 1 . . Of jhaýna. of jhaýna. path . conascence. association. not-disappearance 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1 . mutuality. Of jhaýna. not-root 1 . . 0 1 -1 1 0 0 010000 -8 1 2 080000 path. resultant.presence and non-disappearance conditions. . mutuality.

. not-repetition 7.presence and non-disappearance conditions. Combinations of path. not-nutriment 7. notmutuality 3. dependence . not-jhaýna 7. not-dissociation 3. notpostnascence 7. . not-dissociation 3. 1. Of path. not-kamma 7. not-contiguity 7. . not-disappearance 7. not-strong-dependence 7 . notpredominance 7. mutuality. . conascence. not-root 3 . . not-proximity 7. not-absence 7. dependence. not-prenascence 7. not-faculty 7. not-root 7 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-resultant 7. not-root 7. not-absence 7. not-disappearance 7 . not-association 3. not-strong-dependence 7. 210000 Conascence Combinations 57 0 19 0 0 0 0 Ordinary 9 Without resultant 4 612.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 By Twos 070000 611. not-object 7. conascence. With path condition. . not-association 3. not-associa- . notmutuality 3. 2.

. dissociation. 8. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 3 . conascence. dependence. . . not-disappearance 1. mutuality. dissociation. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1 . not-root 3 . association. . dependence. resultant. . not-root 3 . dependence. conascence. . Combinations of path. . not-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. 9. not-root 1 . mutuality. . mutuality. . not-root 1 . dependence. . dissociation. Of path. Of path. . 7. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. Of path. conascence. Of path. resultant. notroot 1 . conascence. 3. . not-disappearance 1 . Of path. . dependence. not-root 1 . With resultant 5 5. resultant. resultant. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 2. 4. not-dissociation 3. notroot 1 .tion 1. resultant. mutuality. not-disappearance 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. . conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. Of path. not-disappearance 1 . not-disappearance 3. . dependence. association. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 6.

presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. faculty. not-disappearance 3 . dependence. faculty. association. presence and non-disappearance conditions. With resultant 5 14. mutuality. . not-absence 3. not-disappearance 3 . . conascence. not.With faculty 9 Without resultant 4 613. notassociation 1. not-dissociation 3. faculty. dependence. . notroot 3 . not-disappearance 1 . conascence. . Of path. 11. dissociation. not-strong-dependence 7 . . not-root 7 . . dependence. . Of path. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 7. dependence. . not-dissociation 3. resultant. notassociation 3. 15. mutuality. 12. faculty. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . Of path. . Of path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 3. Combinations of path. conascence. conascence. dependence. 10. resultant. . . mutuality. not-disappearance 7 . not-disappearance 1 . . . faculty. 13.root 3 . notdisappearance 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 1 . not-mutuality 3. faculty. notroot 1 . Combinations of path. .

not-root 1 . not-association 3. conascence. not-disappearance 7 . . . dissociation. . Combinations of path. . 17. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 3 . dependence. .-8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 16. presence and non-disappearance conditions. resultant. conascence. conascence. 19. not-disappearance 3 . . faculty. conascence. . . . Of path. jhaýna. Of path. Of path. faculty. not-absence 3. mutuality. dependence. . dependence. With jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 614. notassociation 1. notroot 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. jhaýna. not-disappearance 1 . . notmutuality 3. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. mutuality. 18. not-disappearance 1. dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 1. . not-root 3 . notdissociation 3. notroot 1 . . not-strong-dependence 7 . Of path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. jhaýna. faculty. 21. not-dissociation 3. association. not-disappearance 1 . association. not-root 7 . Of path. mutuality. dependence. resultant. 20. resultant. mutuality. not-absence 7. conascence. conascence.

27. Of path. not-disappearance 1. mutuality. not-disappearance 1 . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 1 . resultant. jhaýna. conascence. notroot 1 . resultant. . . . not-root 1 . notroot 1 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. With faculty and jhaýna 9 Without resultant 4 . conascence. jhaýna. . 24. conascence. conascence. conascence. resultant. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. dependence. Of path. mutuality. . dependence. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-root 1 . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. dependence. association. . jhaýna. jhaýna. With resultant 5 23. resultant. Of path. conascence. not-root 3 . 25. . notroot 1 . notdisappearance 3. Combinations of path. dependence. dependence. not-disappearance 1 . dissociation. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 26. dependence. Of path. dissociation. . . not-disappearance 1 .22. jhaýna. Of path. resultant.

not-disappearance 1 . resultant. 34. jhaýna. conascence. faculty. presence and non-disap- . mutuality. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 7. dependence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not0 disappearance 7 . mutuality. jhaýna. Of path. 28. notdisappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance conditions. jhaýna. not-disappearance 3 . not-association 1. not-root 3 . dissociation. . jhaýna. conascence. not-root 1 . . . faculty. . . association. not-root 7 . faculty. . resultant. faculty. dependence. not-strong-dependence 7 . jhaýna. not-root 1 . jhaýna. 33. . Combinations of path. . Of path. 30. conascence. conascence. not-disappearance 3. mutuality. With resultant 5 32. mutuality. dependence faculty. . Of path. Of path.615. . not-root 3 . dependence. 31. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . dependence. . resultant. faculty. Combinations of path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. 29. . not-absence 3. dependence. not-disappearance 1 . . not-association 3. not-dissociation 3. not-mutuality 3. not-dissociation 3. association. conascence. jhaýna. Of path. notroot 3 . conascence. faculty.

. Of path. dissociation. faculty. faculty. 35. conascence. . not-mutuality 3. Of path. notdisappearance 7 . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. dependence. association. not-root 1 . 39. faculty. jhaýna. dependence. presence and non-disappearanceconditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. . conascence. . not-root 1. mutuality dependence. Of path. . 38. With resultant 3 . not-disappearance 3 . not-disappearance 1 . . . presence and non-disappearance conditions. -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 36. 37. not-root 1 . . predominance. dissociation. faculty. dissociation.pearance conditions. predominance. . not-disappearance 3. With predominance and faculty 6 Without resultant 3 616. not-disappearance 1 . conascence. not-root 3 . not-absence 7. not-root 3 . . . not-association 3. Combinations of path. faculty. jhaýna. not-dissociation 3. not-strong-dependence 7 . conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. conascence. . mutuality. not-root 7 . dependence. predominance. resultant. Of path. dependence. . resultant. not-disappearance 1.

conascence. 42. dependence. predominance. predominance. . Combinations of path. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 44. not-root 1 . not-disappearance 2 . resultant. notobject 2 . not-root 1 . not-absence 4. faculty. conascence.43. association. . conascence. . dependence. resultant. association. not-object 2 . Of path. . conascence. . mutuality. . notassociation 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 4 . not-disappearance 1. Of path. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-mutuality 2.40. faculty. notobject 4 . predominance. dependence. root conascence. root. faculty. mutuality. not-association 1. 45. conascence. . 41. not-absence 2. . not-dissociation 2. not-dissociation 2. Of path. not-disappearance 2 . mutuality. faculty. . . not-disappearance 1 . dependence. not-strong-dependence 4 . root. dependence. . not-disappearance 1 . . faculty. not-root 1 . With root and faculty 9 Without resultant 4 617. Of path. dissociation. . . resultant. faculty. Combinations of path. . dependence. presence and non-disappearance conditions. presence and nondisappearance conditions. presence and non-disappearance conditions.

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. . Of path. . not-association 2. association.conditions. Of path. dependence. notabsence 4. not-disappearance 1 . -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 54. not-disappearance 1 . resultant. root. not-dissociation 2. association. presence and nondisappearance conditions. not-object 4 . resulatnt. root. dependence. root. . dependence. . Of path. 56. not-disappearance 4 . conascence. . presence and nondisappearance conditions. Combinations of path. . . . dependence. faculty. resultant. . dissociation. conascence. . 57. Of path. not-object 1 . faculty. not-object 1 . predominance. root. not-disappearance 1. not-object 2 . conascence. predominance. not-strongdependence 4 . conascence. predominance. . presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-object 1 . not-disappearance 2 . dependence. mutuality. . conascence. not-disappearance 2. faculty. faculty. predominance. mutuality. End of Path 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . predominance. . With resultant 3 55. faculty. not-mutuality 2. presence and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance conditions. 53. not-object 2 .

conascence. resultant. not-dissociation 3. not-faculty 3. not-postnascence 3. not-kamma 3. With association condition. mutuality. not-root 1 . not-jhaýna 3. not-proximity 3. not-object 3. not-disappearance 3. not-nutriment 3. not-contiguity 3. . not-disappearance 1. dependence. . Combinations of association. . notrepetition 3. not-prenascence 3. not-root 3. . not-resultant 3. notpredominance 3. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-disappearance 3. not-path 3. . notabsence 3. mutuality. dependence. With resultant 1 Combinations of association.Association 210000 By Twos 070000 619. conascence. presence and non-disappearance conditions notroot 3 . not-strongdependence 3. 220000 Conascence Combinations 2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Without resultant 1 090000 620.

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not-association 1. not-contiguity 1. conascence. not-strong-dependence 1. not-absence 1. not-faculty 1. not-postnascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 1. notcontiguity 1. 13. notcontiguity 1. not-resultant 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-predominance 1. not-object 1. resultant. Of dissociation. not-path 1. End of Dissociation-8 1 2 010000 . not-path 1. dependence. notassociation 1. notpath 1. mutuality. not-predominance 1. Of dissociation. not-faculty 1. not-repetition 1. conascence. not-nutriment 1. not-prenascence 1. not-repetition 1. not-nutriment 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 1. not-nutriment 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-jhaýna 1. not-mutuality 1. dependence. not-association 1. notprenascence 1. conascence. not-jhaýna 1.11.presence and non-disappearance conditions. not-predominance 1. not-disappearance 1 . notabsence 1. not-root 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-kamma 1. dependence. not-proximity 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-root 1. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. With resultant 2 12. notobject1. mutuality. Combinations of dissociation. notpostnascence 1. not-disappearance 1. not-object 1. not-kamma 1. not-proximity 1. not-root 1. not-absence 1. presence and non-disappearance conditions. notkamma 1. resultant .

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notassociation 3. not-resultant 3. not-postnascence 3. 15. notpostnascence 3. not-kamma 3. not-faculty 3. Of presence. not-strong-dependence 3. not-dependence 3. notmutuality 1. not-nutriment 3. not-nutriment 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-disappearance 3 . Of presence. object. not-mutuality 3. not-root 3. predominance. notdissociation 1. not-resultant 1. dissociation and non-disappearance conditions. not-path 3. not-contiguity 3. notrepetition 1. not-contiguity 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-conascence 1. not-mutuality 3. notconascence 3. not-association 1. not-faculty 3. not-postnascence 1. notproximity 3. not-jhaýna 3. object. not-faculty 1. notdissociation 3. not-path 3. 17.0 40 0 0 0 0 not-postnascence 3. not-absence 1. Of presence . not-faculty 3. not-resultant 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-path 1. not-proximity 1. object. prenascence. not-resultant 3. not-nutriment 1. prenascence and non-disappearance conditions. 16. not-absence 3. not-jhaýna 1. not-contiguity 1. not-predominance 3. dependence. not-path 3. not-dependence 1. not-kamma 3. not-disappearance 1 . not-repetition 3. strong-dependence. not-repetition 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-association 3. not-proximity 3. notassociation 3. notpredominance 3. not-root 3. . not-absence 3. not-absence 3. not-root 1. not-conascence 3. prenascence and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3. not-kamma 3. not-nutriment 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-kamma 1.

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22. not-root 3. notmutuality 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-faculty 3. not-object 3. conascence. not- . mutuality. not-nutriment 3. dependence. not-contiguity 3. not-object 3. notcontiguity 3. not-faculty 3. not-path 3. notdissociation 3. 21. not-path 3. conascence. 23. not-postnascence 3. not-resultant 3. not-root 3. dissociation and non-disappearance conditions. Of presence. not-repetition 3. notpredominance 3. not-repetition 3. conascence. not-proximity 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-absence 3. not-nutriment 3. association and non-disappearance conditions. not-repetition 3. not-faculty 3. not-disappearance 3 . not-root 3. not-kamma 3.association 5. Of presence. not-absence 3. notpostnascence 3. not-prenascence 3. dependence and non-disappearance conditions. not-absence 3. conascence. not-strong-dependence 3. not-proximity 3. not-kamma 3. not-root 1. mutuality. dependence. notassociation 3. not-disappearance 9 . not-prenascence 3. not-disappearance 3 . Of presence. not-resultant 3. not-resultant 3. not-proximity 3. mutuality. not-prenascence 3. notdissociation 3. Of presence. not-association 1. not-jhaýna 3. not-nutriment 3. notpostnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. not-kamma 3. not-object 3. dependence. not-absence 9. not-path 3. not-predominance 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-contiguity 3. notpredominance 3. 24. dissociation and non-disappearance conditions. not-jhaýna 3. notstrong-dependence 3.

dependence. not-repetition 1. not-prenascence 1. 26. dependence. not-strong-dependence 1. not-predominance 1. not-path 1. not-resultant 1. not-root 1. notdissociation 1. not-proximity 1. conascence. not-dissociation 1. not-absence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-association 1. not-prenascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-mutuality 1. conascence. Of presence. not-disappearance 1. resultant and non-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence 1. not-prenascence 1. resultant and non-disappearance conditions. mutuality. not-predominance 1. association and non-disappearance conditions. 27. not-nutriment 1. conascence. not- . not-proximity 1. not-path 1. not-association 1. not-root 1. not-repetition 1. not-predominance 1. not-postnascence 1. not-postnascence 1. notassociation 1. Of presence. notobject 1. not-object 1. not-predominance 1. not-strong-dependence 1. -8 1 2 0 38 0 0 0 0 With resultant 5 25. not-contiguity 1. notnutriment 1. not-proximity 1. resultant. not-nutriment 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-proximity 1. not-kamma 1. notobject 1. not-kamma 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-kamma 1. not-contiguity 1. not-faaculty 1. Combinations of presence.object 1. not-absence 1. dependence. not-contiguity 1. not-repetition 1. not-root 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-faculty 1. mutuality. not-path 1. not-absence 1.

resultant. not-path 1. dissociation and non-disappearance conditions. dissociation and non-disappearance conditions. Of presence. not-strong-dependence 1. not-repetition 1. dependence. not-mutuality 1. notassociation 1. notpostnascence 1. not-root 1. not-prenascence 1. not-faculty 1. not-disappearance 1 . End of Presence-8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence. not-repetition 1. notroot 1. not-object 1. not-proximity 1. not-path 1. mutuality. not-path 1. Disappearance 210000 By Twos . not-prenascence 1. notabsence 1. not-dissociation 1. resultant. 29. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 1. 28. conascence. not-jhaýna 1. Of presence. not-repetition 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-strong-dependence 1. dependence. not-faculty 1. not-faculty 1. not-postnascence 1. notobject 1. notcontiguity 1. notnutriment 1. notpostnascence 1. not-kamma 1. not-disappearance 1 . not-contiguity 1. not-kamma 1. not-kamma 1. not-association 1. not-predominance 1.contiguity 1. not-predominance 1. not-disappearance 1. not-prenascence 1. not-strong-dependence 1. not-jhaýna 1. not-nutriment 1. not-absence 1. not-proximity 1. conascence.

not-root 7 . . object (condition) 9. With absence condition. mutuality 3. not-root 7 . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 070000 630. contiguity 7. predominance 10. proximity 7. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 070000 631. with disappearance condition. With non-disappearance condition. .050000 629. . (Nondisappearance conditions should be expanded in the same way as presence condition. . not-root 13 . With not-root condition.) End of Positive-Negative of " Investigation " Chapter 4. . (Absence and disappearance conditions are also the same as proximity condition. . conascence 9.

mutuality 3. nutriment 7. contiguity 7. postnascence 3. presence 13. disappearance 7. contiguity 7. repetition 3. non-disappearance 13. proximity 7. association 3. absence 7. faculty 7. jhaýna 7. association 3. repetition 3. strong-dependence 9. path 7. 210000 By Fours 080000 With not-root. postnascence 3. faculty 7. dissociation 5. non-disappearance 13 . predominance 7. prenascence 3. jhaýna 7. kamma 7. postnascence 3. nutriment 7. jhaýna 7. absence 7. strong-dependence 9. dissociation 5. repetition 3. non-disappearance 13. dependence 13. . kamma 7. presence 13. kamma 7. not-object and non-predominance conditions.dependence 13. resultant 1. path 7. 210000 By Threes 070000 With not-root and not-object conditions. . prenascence 3. presence 13. disappearance 7. nutriment 7. . resultant 1. proximity 7. conascence 9. conascence 9. disappearance 7. faculty 7. dissociation 5. resultant 1. . mutuality 3. prenascence 3. path 7. association 3. dependence 13. strong-dependence 9. absence 7.

prenascence 3. not-predominance. not-proximity. not-contiguity. dependence 3. postnascence 3. not-contiguity and not-conascence conditions. not-proximity and not-contiguity conditions. not-object. dissociation 5. not-predominance. prenascence 3. association 3. mutuality 3. presence 13. non-disappearance 7. kamma 7. 210000 By Sevens 060000 With not-root. kamma 2. faculty 1. conascence 9. . nutriment 1. dissociation 5. nutriment 7. jhaýna 7. presence 7.-8 1 2 210000 By Sixs 070000 With not-root. not-object. faculty 7. resultant 1. not-predominance. path 7. strong-dependence 9. dependence 13. not-proximity. 210000 By Eights 060000 With not-root. postnascence 3. not-conascence and not-mutuality conditions. nondisappearance 13. strong-dependence 9. not-object.

210000 By Twelves 060000 With not-root. not-object (Conditions abbreviated).dependence 3. not-object . non-disappearance 7. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). presence 5. notdependence. presence 5. faculty 1. non-disappearance 5. . kamma 2. prenascence 3. kamma 2. dissociation 5. notstrong-dependence. dissociation 3. . faculty 1 dissociation 3. . strong-dependence 9. kamma 2. . postnascence 3. nutriment 1. not-prenascence and not-postnascence con- . . nutriment 1. faculty 1. 210000 By Elevens 050000 With not-root. postnascence 3. nondisappearance 5. not-mutuality and notdependence conditions. strong-dependence 9. 210000 By Nines 050000 With not-root. presence 7. postnascence 3. nutriment 1. not-strong-dependence and non-prenascence conditions.

not-path. nondisappearance 1. not-dissociation. notpostnascence. not-resultant and not-nutriment conditions. not-absence and non-disappearance conditions. . not-repetition. . not-jhaýna. nutriment 1. . . 220000 By Sixteens (with faculty) 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With not-root. not-association. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). non-disappearance 1 . presence 1. not-kamma. kamma 2. faculty 1. notnutriment. faculty 1. 210000 By Twenty-twos 050000 With not-root. presence 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Sixteens (with nutriment) 050000 With not-root. not- . faculty 1. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). not-object (Conditions abbreviated). non-disappearance 1. . presence 1.ditions. .

. not-absence and not-disappearance conditions. 210000 By Twenty-twos (with faculty) 070000 With not-root. conascence 9. . strong-dependence 9. not-object (Conditions abbreviated). absence 7. resultant 1. non-disappearance 1. nutriment 1.030000 resultant and not-faculty conditions. repetition 3. mutuality 3. . dissociation 5. association 3. path 7. root 7. non-disappearance 13. not-jhaýna. kamma 7. presence 1. . contiguity 7. jhaýna 7. . nutriment 7. not-association. predominance 7. dependence 13. End of Not-root 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos 070000 632. With not-object condition. faculty 7. not-dissociation. prenascence 3. presence 1. not-path. presence 13. nutriment 1. non-disappearance 1. . . postnascence 3. proximity 7. disappearance 7. notfaculty.

. not-root. strong-dependence 9. nutriment 1. not-conascence and not-mutuality conditions. postnascence 3. With not-predominance condition. root 7. . object 9 .210000 By Eights 080000 With not-object. prenascence 3. End of Not-object -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 050000 633.) End of Not-predominance 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . dissociation 5. not-proximity. presence 7. . not-contiguity. faculty 1. dependence 3. kamma 2. non-disappearance 7. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. . . not-predominance.

Not-proximity. . dissociation 5. resultant 1. mutuality 3. predominance 10. faculty 7. with not-contiguity condition. faculty 1. Not-contiguity 210000 By Twos 070000 634. association 3. presence 13. dependence 13. With not-proximity condition . postnascence 3.) End of Not-contiguity 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-conascence 210000 . not-object. object 9. strong-dependence 9. not-proximity. 210000 By Eights 080000 With not-contiguity. not-conascence and not-mutuality conditions. dissociation 5. . . jhaýna 7. non-disappearance 7. . root 7. . nutriment 7. strong-dependence 9.kamma 2. postnascence 3. nutriment 1. path 7. kamma 7. dependence 3. prenascence 3. prenascence 3. not-root. . nondisappearance 13. . not-predominance. . presence 7. (Abbreviated. conascence 9.

presence 5. . contiguity 7. . repetition 3. not-proximity. . nutriment 1. With not-conascence condition. not-object. contiguity 7. proximity 7. dependence 3. not-predominance. disappearance 7. strong-dependence 9. -8 1 2 210000 By Nines 080000 With not-conascence. strong-dependence 9. dissociation 5. presence 7. faculty 1. . nutriment 1. postnascence 3. proximity 7. 210000 By Fives 070000 With not-conascence. not-disappearance 7. dependence 3. postnascence 3. predominane 7. postnascence 3. not-object and not-predominance conditions. kamma 2. non-disappearance 7. . object 9. . nutriment 1. kamma 2. disappearance 7. dissociation 5. dissociation 3. not-contiguity. absence 7. absece 7. prenascence 3. kamma 2. strong-dependence 9. repetition 3. prenascence 3. not-root. . faculty 1. faculty 1.By Twos 060000 635. presence 7. not-root. not-mutuality and notdependence conditions.

non-disappearance 5. . faculty 3.) End of Not-conascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-mutuality 210000 By Twos 070000 636. path 3. repetition 3. strong-dependence 9. conascence 5. root 3. contiguity 7. kamma 3. disappearance 7. jhaýna 3. proximity 7. non-disappearance 7 . non-disappearance 7. dependence 7. presence 7. . presence 3. kamma 3. . dependence 7. 210000 By Fours 070000 With not-mutuality. jhaýna 3. postnascence 3. . contiguity 7. predominance 3. . nutriment 3. . conascence 5. prenascence 3. . presence 7. dissociation 5. disappearance 7. faculty 3. strong-dependence 9. repetition 3. absence 7. . resultant 1. nutriment 3. absence 7. path 3. predomeinance 8. (Abbreviated. dissociation 5. not-root and not-object conditions. . postnascnece 3. . proximity 7. object 9. resultant 1. With not-mutuality condition.

. . repetition 3. presence 7. not-object. strong-dependence 9. nutriment 1. absence 7. dependence 3. dissociation 5. not-predominance. . not-root. presence 7. object 9. not-contiguity and not-conascence conditions. With not-dependence condition. non- .210000 By Eights 080000 With not-mutuality. nutriment 1. prenascence 3. proximity 7. strong-dependence 9. not-proximity.) End of Not-mutuality 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dependence 210000 By Twos 050000 637. faculty 1. non-disappearance 7. prenascence 3. predominance 7. faculty 1. disappearance 7. kamma 2. (Abbreviated. kamma 2. -8 1 2 040000 postnascence 3. postnascence 3. contiguity 7. dissociation 3.

. presence 5. . faculty 1. nutriment 1. . absence 7. not-root. disappearance 7. dissociation 3. nutriment 1. . strongdependence 9. not-contiguity. strong-dependence 9. not-predominance.) End of Not-dependence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-strong-dependence 210000 . not-proximity. not-object and not-predominance conditions. . postnascence 3. kamm 2. 210000 By Fives 060000 With not-dependence. not-object. non-disappearance 5 . presence 5. (Abbreviated. kamma 2. . contiguity 7. . postnascence 3.disappearance 7. not-root. repetition 3. not-conascence and notmutuality conditions. . dissociation 3. . faculty 1. non-disappearance 5. proximity 7. 210000 By Nines 080000 With not-dependence.

postnascence 3. non-disappearance 13 . conascence 9. 210000 By Eights 070000 With not-strong-dependence. . kamma 7. association 3. dependence 9. faculty 7. mutuality 3. proximity 7.By Twos 060000 638. prenascence 3. . not-proximity. dissociation 5. With not-strong-dependence conditions. dissociation 5. resultant 1. . jhaýna 7. . predominance 7. nutriment 1. presence 7. predominance 10. notpredominance. not-object. nutriment 7. conascence 9. object 9. kamma 2.) End of Not-strong-dependence 220000 Not-prenascence By Twos 030000 639. strong-dependence 9. mutuality 3. prenascence 3. dependence 3. presence 13. . non-disappearance 7 . (Abbreviated. contiguity 7. postnascence 3. -8 1 2 . . root 7. root 7. not-contiguity and non-conascence conditions. dependence 13. path 7. object 9. faculty 1. postnascence 3. not-root. With not-prenascence condition.

. 210000 By Fours 070000 With not-prenascence. nutriment 7. presence 9. faculty 7. disappearance 7. path 7. faculty 7. 210000 By Nines 080000 With not-prenascence. dependence 9. association 3. contiguity 7. association 3. nutriment 1. dissociation 3. predominance 7. dissociation 3. nutriment 7. jhaýna 7. presence 9. not-conascence and notmutuality conditions. jhaýna 7. . absence 7. kamma 2. mutuality 3. disappearance 7. dissociation 3. path 7. kamma 7. absence 7. kamma 7. faculty 1. .040000 repetition 3. . strong-dependence 9. non-disappearance 9. non-disappearance 5. . not-contiguity. strong-dependence 9. resultant 1. . presence 5. (Abbreviated. not-predominance. . postnascence 3. postnascence 3. non-disappearance 9.) End of Not-prenascence . not-proximity. not-root and not-object conditions. proximity 7. not-object. . . conascence 9. not-root. resultant 1. repetition 3.

presence 13. absence 7. conascence 9. predominance 10. . path 7. nutriment 7. object 9. root 7. kamma 2. non-disappearance 13. 210000 By Tens 040000 . . prenascence 3. presence 3.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 210000 By Twos 070000 640. strong-dependence 9. not-object. not-proximity. dissociation 5. not-predominance. depedence 13. proximity 7. not-root. faaculty 1. dependence 3. resultant 1. nutriment 1. not-contiguity. . prenascence 3. non-disappearance 3. kamma 7. dissociation 3. 210000 By Nines 060000 With not-postnascence. not-conascence and notmutuality conditions. mutuality 3. disappearance 7. faculty 7. With not-postnascence condition. jhaýna 7. strong-dependence 9. association 3. contiguity 7. repetition 3.

postnascence 3. predominance 10. object 9. . association 3. not-root. not-proximity. path 7. mutuality 3. . proximity 5. nutreiment 7. . strong-dependence 9. dependence 13. . resultant 1. With not-repetition condition. contiguity 5. faculty 1. . disappearance 5. root 7. non-disappearance 1. not-predominance. conascence 9. non-disappearance 13. presence 13. 210000 By Nines 090000 . presence 1. (Abbreviated. absence 5. prenascence 3. nutriment 1. faculty 7. . kamma 7.With not-postnascence. not-contiguity. jhaýna 7. not-conascence. not-object. -8 1 2 050000 kamma 2. notmutuality and not-dependence conditions.) End of Not-postnascence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-repetition 210000 By Twos 070000 641. strong-dependence 9. dissociation 5.

strong-dependence 9. resultant 1. dissociation 5. 210000 By Nines 060000 With not-kamma. not-predominance. contiguity 7. prenascence 3. (Abbreviated. proximity 7. postnascence 3. . dependence 13. . faculty 1. not-conascence and not-mutuality conditions. not-object.With not-repetition. . With not-kamma condition. not-disappearance 7. path 7. presence 7. not-disappearance 13. predominance 10. nutriment 7. strong-dependence 9. jhaýna 7. root 7. disappearance 7. dissociation 5. nutriment 1. . not-proximity. . postnascence 3. not-root. repetition 3. . prenascence 3. absence 7. not-predominance. dependence 3.) End of Not-repetition 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 210000 By Twos 070000 642. not-contiguity. presence 13. not-object. not-root. association 3. faculty 7. conascence 9. mutuality 3. kamma 2. object 9.

dissociation 5. postnascence 3. With not-nutriment condition. (Abbreviated. mutu- .not-proximity. not-disappearance 7. root 7 . With not-resultant condition. . faculty 1. . strong-dependence 9. prenascence 3. nutriment 1. conascence 9. presence 7. not-conascence and not-mutuality conditions. predominance 10. proximity 7. not-contiguity. . non-disappearance 13. .) End of resultant 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 210000 By Twos 070000 644. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. root 7. object 9. dependence 3.) End of Not-kamma-8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resulatant 210000 By Twos 060000 643. contiguity 7.

. . not-association. kamma 2. not-predominance. not-jhaýna. (Abbreviated. strong-dependence 9. not-kamma. path 7. dependence 13. postnascence 3. absence 7. contiguity 7. not-object. . kamma 2. repetition 3. repetition 3. prenascence 3. not-root and nont-object conditions. conascence 9. resultant 1. non-disappearance 1. dissociation 5. not-path. . association 3. path 7. not-proximity. 210000 By Twenty-twos 080000 With not-nutriment. not-root. presence 13. dissociation 5. jhaýna 7. absence 7. .ality 3. . strong-dependence 9. disappearance 7. mutuality 3. postnascence 3. not-dissociation. . not-disappearance 13. presence 1. predominance 7. disappearance 7. faculty 1. presence 13. non-disappearance 13. not-resultant. faculty 7. jhaýna 7. resultant 1 faculty 7. dependence 13. proximity 7. not-contiguity . association 3. prenascence 3. 210000 By Fours 070000 With not-nutriment.) End of Not-nutriment . . notabsence and not-disappearance conditions.

not-object (Conditions abbreviated). nutriment 1. (The same as not root condition. root 7. .) End of Not-faculty 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not. With not-faculty condition. not-association. kamma there are seven questions. (With not-faculty condition. non-disappearance 1. nondisappearance 13. object 9 . .) -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-twos 080000 With not-faculty.jhaýna 210000 By Twos . not-jhaýna. . . not-resultant. not-path. .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 210000 By Twos 040000 645. not-absence and not-disappearance conditions. presence 1. not-root. Abbreviated. notdissociation.

. With not-path condition. .) End of Not-jhaýna 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 050000 647. object 9 . nondisappearance 13. mutuality . root 7. root 7 .) End of Not-path 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 210000 By twos 070000 648. With not-jhaýna condition. predominance 8. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition. contiguity 7. non-disappearance 13. root 3. (Expand not-jhaýna condition in the same way as not-root condition. With not-association condition. object 9. .070000 646. proximity 7. conascence 5. .

faculty 3. non-disappearance 7. dependence 7. 210000 By Fours 060000 With not-association. kamma 3. resultant 1. prenascence 3. jhaýna 3. proximity 7. presence 7. mutuality 1. postnascence 3. postnascence 3. strong-dependence 9. resultant 1. disappearance 7. path 3. -8 1 2 030000 faculty 3. nutriment 3. not-predominance. . not-root and not-object conditions. strong-dependence 9. postnascence 3. not-proximity. . not-conascence and notmutuality conditions. not-contiguity. dissociation 5. kamma 3. nutriment 1. prenascence 3. contiguity 7. not-root. absence 7. nutriment 3. disappearance 7. . not-object. kamma 2. dependence 3. presence 7. . jhaýna 3. . repetition 3. 210000 By Nines 060000 With not-association. repetition 3. strong-dependence 9. predominance 3. absence 7.1. faculty 1. dependence 7. conascence 5. . prenascence 3. . not-disappearance 7. path 3. dissociation 5.

) End of Not-association 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . kamma 2. presence 5. nutriment 1. notdependence. presence 7. . presence 5. postnascence 3. nutriment 1. not-root (Conditions abbreviated). strong-dependence 9. kamma 2. dissociation 3. dissociation 3. . faculty 1. non-disappearance 7. . not-root (Conditions abbreviated) . non-disappearance 5. faculty 1. (Abbreviated. postnascence 3. not-strong-dependence and not-prenascence conditions. notconascence. .dissociation 5. non-disappearance 5. 210000 By Tens 050000 With not-association. not-mutuality and not-dependence conditions. 210000 By Twelves 070000 With not-association. .

presence 3. nutriment 3. . mutuality 3. resultant 1. object 9. proximity 7. dependence 3. resultant 1. root 3. dependence 3. predominance 3. mutuality 3. nutriment 3. strong-dependence 9. presence 5. . mutuality 3. conascence 3. predominance 7.disappearance 7. strong-dependence 9. nondisappearance 5. path 3. . nutriment 3. jhaýna 3. path 3. association 3. contiguity 7. kamma 5. resultant 1. With not-dissociation condition. association 3. -8 1 2 210000 By Sevens 060000 With not-dissociation. path 3. prenascence 3. faculty 3. absence 7. association 3. repetition 3. conascence 3. not-root and not-object conditions. nondisappearance 3. faculty 3. proximity 7. not-proximity and not-contiguity conditions.070000 649. kamma 5. not-root. jhaýna 3. contiguity 7. not-object. . strong-dependence 9. . kamma 5. disappearance 7. conascence 3. . dependence 3. not-predominance. repetition 3. faculty 3. absence 7. 210000 By Fours 060000 With not-dissociation. jhaýna 3. .

not-conascence and notmutuality conditions. not-contiguity. .presence 3. nondisappearance 1. nutriment 1. presence 1. not-dependence and not-strong-dependence conditions. notmutuality. non-disappearance 3. non-disappearance 1 . presence 1. presence 1. . not-object. not-root. . not-predominance. not-root. . kamma 2. . 210000 By Fifteens 040000 With not-dissociation. 210000 By Nines 050000 With not-dissociation. . 210000 By Elevens 060000 With not-dissociation. . . not-root (Conditions abbreviated). . . nondisappearance 1. not-proximity. . . and not-kamma conditions. nutriment 1. not-proximity. kamma 2. not-contiguity. nutriment 1. faculty 1. strong-dependence 9. not-conascence. . not-predominance. faculty 1. faculty 1. not-object.

presence 1. . . presence 1. not-root.210000 By Seventeens (with nutriment) 040000 With not-dissociation. not-association. non-disappearance 1. 210000 By Seventeens (with faculty) 040000 With not-dissociation. not-path. 210000 By Twenty-twos 050000 With not-dissociation. not-nutriment. notabsence and not-disappearance conditions. . . presence 1. . not-resultant and not-nutriment conditions. . non-disappearance 1. not resultant and not-faculty conditions. faculty 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-twos . not-kamma . nutriment 1. nondisappearance 1. not-root (Conditions abbreviated). not-jhaýna. . . faculty 1. not-root (Conditions abbreviated).

210000 . disappearance 7. proximity 7. kamma 2. . . strong-dependence 9. absence 7.070000 With not-dissociation. not-path. notfaculty. not-association. strong-dependence 9. not-jhaýna. proximity 7. repetition 3. presence 1. predominance 7. not-absence and not-disappearance condition. kamma 2. 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-presence. End of Not-dissociation 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-presence 210000 By Twos 040000 650. nondisappearance 1. nutriment 1. With not-presence condition. disappearance 7. not-root and not-object conditions. contiguity 7. object 9. . repetition 3. . . absence 7. . contiguity 7. not-root (Conditions abbreviated).

010000 210000 By Twenty.. not-proximity and not-contiguity conditions. . not-predominance. kamma 2. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Eleven (with strong-dependence) 020000 With not-presence. not-dependence and notstrong-dependence conditions. not-root. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . .By Sevens 0 1 -1 1 0 0 040000 With not-presence. .four (with strong-dependence) . . kamma 2.. not-object. strong-dependence 9. . not-root .

not-contiguity. not-dissociation.080000 with not-presence. not-repetition and not-kamma conditions. notprenascence.. not-absence. not-disappearance and not-non-disappearance conditions. 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Fourteen (with kamma) 030000 With not-presence. . not-proximity. not-association. not-conascence.mutuality. not. notpostnascence. not-strong-dependence. not-jhaýna. strong-dependence 9. not-predominance. kamma 2.. not-path. 010000 . not-root . notfaculty. not-nutriment. not-object. not-repetition. not-resultant. . not-postnascence. 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . not-root. not-dependence. not-dependence. not-prenascence.

End of Not-presence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence 210000 By Twos 060000 651. notabsence. root 7 . . not-proximity. not-predominance. non-disap- . not-dissociation. not-kamma. not-repetition. not-mutuality. not-dependence. strong-dependence 9. not-postnascence. not-conascence.410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 This portion is not mentioned in the Text. With not-absence condition. not-disappearance and not-non-disappearance conditions. not-resultant. not-path. not-faculty. -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-four (with kamma) 0 10 0 0 0 0 With not-presence. not-contiguity. not-nutriment. not-root. not-jhaýna. not-association. . not-object. not-prenascence.

disappearance 7. . (Expand in the same way as not-root condition.pearance 13. object 9 . With not-non-disappearance condition. (Expand in the same way as not-root condition.) End of Not-disappearance 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 0 1 -1 1 0 0 070000 653. . . . absence 7. root 7 . . nondisappearance 13. With not-disappearance condition.) End of Not-absence 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-disappearance 210000 By twos 060000 652.

" DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 020000 I. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 030000 I. arises state associated with pleasant feeling by root condition. FEELING TRIPLET 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 I. (i) Dependent on state assocuated with pleasant felling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with pleasant 030000 .(Expand in the same way as not-presence condition.) End of Not-non-disappearance End of Negative-Positive of " Investigation " Chapter END OF FAULTLESS TRIPLET -8 1 2 010000 2.

dependent on one aggregate 0 11 0 0 0 0 associated with pleasant feeling.feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with neither 030000 painful nor pleasant feeling. arises one aggregate. srises state associated with painful feeling by root condition. dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. Dependent on one aggregate associated with painful feeling. arise two aggregates . (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. dependent on . arises one aggreagate. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by root condition. arises one aggregate . (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates . arise two aggregates .

. . Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. etc. . . by strong-dependence condition . . . . . by contiguity condition . by predominance condition (there is no conception in predominance) . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object. arises one aggregate . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. by prenascence condition. arises one aggregate. arises state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. dependence on two aggregates. . by mutuality condition . 080000 2. . by dependence condition . by conascence condition . .two aggregates. . dependent on one aggregate 040000 associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. arise two aggregates . 410000 1 6 1 -1 1 0 0 . by proximity condition . . .

dependent on two aggregates. (Abbreviated. (arise aggregates associated with pleasant feeling) by prenascence condition. . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . by kamma condition . (3) state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling arises state associated with pleasant feeling by repetition condition . by resultant condition. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with pleasant 060000 feeling. 040000 3. (2) state associated 620000 with painful feeling. arise two aggregates . . (Dependent on heart-)base. arises one aggregate .This comprises (1) state associated with pleasant feeling. etc. .

arises state associated with painful feeling by resultant condition. dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. Dependent on one aggregate accompanied by pain-accompanied body-consciousness. (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with pleasant 030000 feeling. arises one aggregate . arise two aggregates . arises one aggregate. dependent on one aggregate 0 11 0 0 0 0 associated with pleasant feeling. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by resultant condition. arise two aggregates . arise two aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arises one aggregate.

-8 1 2 010000 ( . dependent on one aggregate 040000 associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. arise two aggregates . by path condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . by association condition . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. dependent on two aggregates. . . 050000 4. . by jhaýna condition . arises state associated with pleasant feeling by nutriment condition . . arises one aggregate. by dissociation condition. . . . (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. . . dependent on two aggregates.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with neither 030000 painful nor pleasant feeling. arise two aggregates . etc. by faculty condition . arises one aggregate .

arises one aggregate. (Dependent on heart-)base. arise two aggregates .2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with pleasant 040000 feeling arise two aggregates . arises one aggregate. (arise resultant aggregates associated with pleasant feeling) by dissociation condition. arise two aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. (Dependent on heart-)base. dependent on one aggregate 0 14 0 0 0 0 associated with pleasant feeling. (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. (arise aggregates associated with painful feeling ) by dissociation condition. arises state associated with painful feeling by dissociation condition. Dependent on one aggregate associated with painful feeling. (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor . arises one aggregate. (Dependent on heart-)base (arise aggregates associated with pleasant feeling) by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates.

arise two aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate associated with neither 050000 painful not-pleasant feeling. dependent on one aggregate 070000 associated with neither painful nor-pleasant feeling.) . arises two aggregates . (Dependent on heart-)base (arise aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling) by dissociation condition . (Dependent on heart-)base. arises one aggregate.pleasant feeling. (arise aggregates associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling) by dissociation condition. dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (Abbreviated. arises one aggregate. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by dissociation condition.

. with object 3 . With root condition and object (there are) 3 (answers) . by absence condition . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 050000 6. . by disappearance condition . . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence. . . etc. . . By presence condition . etc. With root (there are) 3 (answers). . 0 21 0 0 0 0 7. . resultant 2 . nondisappearance 3. 210000 By Twos. . 050000 5. 1. . by non-disappearance condition . etc. . non-disappearance 3 . . . . -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root.

. . . non-disappearance 3. not-disappearance 3. . . . . arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-root condition. With resultant condition and root (there are) 2 (answers). disappearance 3. . . resultant 2 . . . . . . .) 2. with predominance condition and root (there are ) 3 (answers) . . . . . . . With jhaýna condition and root (there are) 3 (answers) . . . resultant 2 . . nutriment 3 . With non-disappearance condition and root 3 . . absence 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 8. . . . . resultant 2 . . . kamma 3. (Expand in the same way as the enumeration of conditions in Faultless Triplet. predominance 2 . . With path condition and root 3. With repetition condition and root (there are) 3 (answers) . . (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. . . kamma 3. .With object condition . prenascence 3. path 2. . . . non-disappearance 3. . . . jhaýna 2. non-disappearance 3 . . . nondisappearance 3. . . object 3. .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rooltless aggregate associated with-8 1 2 030000 neither painful nor pleasant feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. arise two aggregates . arises one aggregate . dependent on two aggregates.Dependent on one rootless aggregate associated with pleasant feeling. arises one aggregate.arises state associated with painful feeling by not-root condition. dependent on one 040000 . arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by not-root condition. dependent on two aggregates. arises one aggregate. Dependent on one aggregate acconpanied by pain-accompanied body-consciousness. arise two aggregates . (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling . arise two aggregates . (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. dependent on two aggregates .

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 2 040000 10. (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. arise two aggregates . (Conception is to be completed for not-predominence.aggregate associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. . accom040000 panied aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on doubt-accompanied or restlessness. arises doubt -accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. dependent on two aggregates. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 3 050000 9. arises one aggregate . Dependence on state associated with pleasant feeling . arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-predominance condition.

(ii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by not-prenascence condition. arise two aggregates . dependent on one aggregate 030000 associated with pleasant feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . arises one aggregate . dependent on one aggregate 060000 associated with pleasant feeling. dependent on two aggregates. arises one aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) In the immaterial plane. arise two aggregates .arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-prenascence condition.

dependent on one aggregate 040000 associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. . arises one aggregate. arise two aggregates. arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-postnascence-8 1 2 040000 condition . (Conception is to be conpleted for not-postnascence and not-repetition. dependent on two aggregates.) In the immaterial plane. by not-repetition condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates . dependent on one aggregate 030000 associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Not-repetition 3 020000 11. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence 3. arises one aggregate .

arises associated with pleasant feeling by not-resultant . Dependent on aggregates associated with pleasant feeling. Dependent on aggregates associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling.resultant 3. arises volition associated with pleasant feeling. (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. Not-jhaýna 3 0 16 0 0 0 0 13. (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. arises state associated with painful feeling by not-kamma condition.Not-kamma 3 0 18 0 0 0 0 12. arises volition associated with neither painful not-pleasant feeling. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not. arises volition associated with painful feeling. (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by not-kamma condition. Dependent on aggregates associated with painful feeling. (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-kamma condition.

(i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. Dependent on one aggregate accompanied by pain-accompanied body-consciousness. Dependent on one aggregate accompanied by pleasureaccompanied body-consciousness. arises one aggregate. arise two aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 3 0 16 0 0 0 0 14. arises one aggregate.condition . dependent on two aggregates. . by not-jhaýna condition. arise two aggregates . arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-path condition. Dependent on one aggregate accompanied by four-fold-8 1 2 040000 consciousness. . (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by not-jhaýna condition. (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. arises state associated with painful feeling by not-jhaýna condition. arises one aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. .

arises one aggregate. Dependent on one aggregate accompanied by pain-accompanied body-consciousness.Dependent on one rootless aggregate associated with pleasant feeling. arises two aggregates . arises state associated with painful feeling by not-path condition. (ii) Dependent on state associated with painful feeling. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant painful by not-path condition. dependent on two aggregates. arises one aggregate. arise two aggregates . (iii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless aggregate associated with 030000 neither painful not-pleasant feeling. arises one aggregate . dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. dependent on one .

arise two aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. arises one aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. In the immaterial plane. dependent on one aggregate-8 1 2 050000 association with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. dependent on one aggregate associated with pleasant feeling. arise two aggregates . 2. dependent on two aggregates. arises state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by not-dissociation condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 15. arise two aggregates . arises state associated with pleasant feeling by not-dissociation condition. arises one aggregate.050000 aggregate associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. arises one aggregates. (i) Dependent on state associated with pleasant feeling. (ii) Dependent on state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. In the immaterial plane. CONSDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER .

not-path 1. not-resultant 1. notkamma 3. With not-root condition and not-predominance (there are) 3 (answers). notkamma 1. not-resultant 2. . . not-path 3. . . not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 1. . not-predominance. not-jhaýna 3. not-kamma 2.2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 050000 16. With not-root (there are) 3 (answers). not-postnascence 3. . not-repetition 3. 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-root. not-predominance 3. not-repetition 1. notdissociation 1 . not-prenascence 2. not-path 3. not-prenascence conditions and not-postnascence (there is) 1 (answer). not-repetition 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 050000 17. not-prenascence 1. not-jhaýna 3. not-resultant 3. notdissociation 2. .

(Abbreviated. not-predominance. notrepetition 3. . With not-prenascence condition and not-root 1. . notpath 3. not-prenascence 2. not-prenascence.jhaýna 3. not-resultant 3. notpostnascence. notpath conditions and not-dissociation (there is) 1 (answer). not-postnascence 3. not-kamma. not-repetition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 030000 19. . not-kamma 3. not-resultant. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 210000 By Twos 060000 18.210000 By Nine 050000 With not-root. not. With not-predominance condition and not-root (there are) 3 (answers). not- . not-dissociation 2.

not-resultant 2. . notrepetition 3. not-dissociation 1. not-root conditions and not-predominance 1. . not-resultant 3. not-prenascence 2. not-dissociation 2. not-repetition 2. not-prenascence 1. etc. . not-repetition 1. 210000 By Threes 040000 With not-kamma. (Abbreviated. with not-kamma condition and not-root 2. not-repetition 2. not-path 2. . not-dissociation 2. . notpredominance 3. notkamma 2. with not-repetition condition . not-postnascence 3. not-root conditions and not-predominance 2. notresultant 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. not-postnascence 1. . not-path 1. not-kamma 1. 210000 By Twos 050000 20. not-postnascence 2. not- . With not-postnascence condition . . not-postnascence 2. not-path 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes 050000 With not-prenascence.predominance 2.

resultant 2. not-dissociation 2. . not-postnascence 3. . not-repetition 3. not-kamma 3. With not-resultant condition . not-repetition 1. not-path 1. . not-dissociation 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 210000 By Twos 070000 21. not-root. . not-path 2. (Abbreviated. not-prenascence conditions and not-postnascence 1. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 210000 . . With not-resultant condition and not-root 2. notresultant 1. 210000 By Fives 050000 With not-kamma. not-predominance 3. not-predominance. not-dissociation 1. not-prenascence 2. not-path 2. (the same as not-kamma condition). . .

not-dissociation 1. not-postnascence. not-repetition conditions and not-path 3.) 210000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 040000 23. not-predominance 3. not-resultant 2. not-repetition 3. not-postnascence 3. not-path 3. With not-path condition and not-root 3. not-repetition 3. . not-predominance 3. 210000 .By Twos 030000 22. notkamma 2. . not-postnascence 3. not-predominance. . not-prenascence 1. With not-jhaýna condition and not-root3. 210000 By Six 030000 With not-jhaýna. (Abbreviated. not-jhaýna 2. not-root.

not-root. . not-path 1. . 210000 By Fives 050000 With not-path. not-dissociation 1. not-dissociation 1. not-prenascence 1. 210000 By Threes . . not-predominance. not-repetition 1. . not-kamma 2. not-postnascence 3. notkamma 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 210000 By Twos 040000 24.By Threes 040000 With not-path. not-jhaýna 3. not-resultant 2. not-postnascence 2. (Abbreviated. With not-dissociation condition and not-root 1. . notrepetition 2. not-root conditions and not-predominance 3. notpredominance 2. not-repetition 3. not-resultant 2. not-prenascence conditions and not-postnascence 1. . notkamma 1. not-resultant 1. not-prenascence 2.

not-prenascence 1. not-kamma 3.040000 With not-dissociation. not-postnascence. (Abbreviated. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE . not-prenascence 2. notprenascence.NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 030000 25. not-repetition 3. not-repetition. not-repetition 1. not-path 1. 210000 By Nine 070000 With not-dissociation. not-root conditions and not-predominance 1. not-resultant 1. not-root. With root condition. not-predominance. not-postnascence 1. . not-kamma . . notresultant 3. notresultant conditions and not-path 1. -8 1 2 210000 By Threes .) End of Negative Enumeration 3. not-predominance 3. not-kamma 1. not-postnascence 3. . not-dissociation 2.

path 1. non-disappearance 3. depen- . prenascence 3. 210000 By Threes 060000 With not-root and not-predominance conditions. mutuality 3. With not-root condition. contiguity 3. (Enumerate in the same way as Faultless Triplet.080000 With root and object conditions. notkamma 3. nutriment 3.) End of Positive-Negative 4. proximity 3. object 3. not-postnascence 3. mutaulity 3. dissociation 3. dependence 3. not-dissociation 2. conascence 3. resultant 3. object 3. not-resultant 3. association 3. presence 3. kamma 3. faculty 3. contiguity 3. repetition 2. absence 3. disappearance 3. notprenascence 2. jhaýna 2. not-repetition 3. not-predominance 3. proximity 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE -POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 060000 26. strong-dependence 3. conascence 3.

jhaýna 1. repetition 1. . contiguity 1. faculty 1. non-disappearance 1.dence 3. absence 1. dependence 1. association 1. nutriment 1. absence 1. object 1. prenascence 3. presence 1. faulty 3. faculty 1. kamma 3. proximity 1. not-prenascence. contiguity 1. absence 3. path 1. association 3. path 1. not-predominance. non-disappearance 3. presence 1. association 1. nutriment 3. . proximity 1. nutriment 1. . non-disappearance 1. not-predominance and not-prenascence conditions. kamma 1. mutuality 1. object 1. notpostnascence. 210000 By Fours 070000 With not-root. strong-dependence 1. mutuality 1. . repetition 2. resultant 3. dissociation 1. . jhaýna 2. strong-dependence 1. . disappearance 1. dependence 1. strong-dependence 3. conascence 1. disappearance 3. 210000 By Sevens 050000 With not-root. . presence 3. disappearance 1. resultant 1. -8 1 2 030000 jhaýna 1. dissociation 3. not-repetition and not-kamma conditions. conascence 1.

absence 1. not-path and not-dissociation conditions. object 1. strong-dependence 1. nondisappearance 1. . nutriment 1. notresultant.) 010400 End of Not-root 020000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not.210000 By Tens 060000 With not-root. association 1. . not-kamma. proximity 1. . dependence 1. conascence 1. mutuality 1. not-predominance . faculty 1.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .predominance 210000 By Twos 040000 27. jhaýna 1. (Abbreviated. . non-disappearance 3 . . . With not-predominance condition. root 3 . . presence 1. . disappearance 1. contiguity 1. . . (Abbreviated.

. non-disappearance 3 . mutuality 3. . root 3 .Not-prenascence 210000 By Twos 040000 28. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 210000 By Twos 050000 30. . . . contiguity 3. etc. With not-postnascence condition . with not-resultant condition. conascence 3. dependence 3. . . non-disappearance 2. With not-jhaýna condition. . . object 3. proximity 3. . (Abbreviated. 210000 By Twos 050000 29. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. . . (Abbreviated. With not-postnascence condition. with not-kamma condition . strong- . with not-repetition condition . root 2 .

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not. (Abbreviated. kamma 3. kamma 3 .dependence 3. faculty 3. object 3. . (Abbreviated. proximity 3. repetition 1. contiguity 3 . . . presence 3. . resultant 3. .dissociation 210000 By Twos 060000 . . dissociation 3. . absence 3. . non-disappearance 3 . prenascence 3. . . association 3. with not-path condition.) 220000 010000 -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 210000 By Twos 050000 31. nutriment 3. . . jhaýna 2 . non-disappearance 3. disappearance 3.

repetition 2.32. association 2. notresultant and not-path conditions. strong-dependence 1. nutriment 1. proximity 1. predominance 2. disappearance 1. conascence 1. root 2. . dependence 1. dependence 1. jhaýna 2. proximity 2. not-postnascence. not-repetition. With not-dissociation condition. jhaýna 1. . conascence 1. faculty 1. notprenascence. association 1. faculty 3. mutuality 1. 210000 By Tens 0 14 0 0 0 0 With not-dissociation. object 2. not-root. dependence 2. nutriment 2. proximity 1. not-predominance. mutuality 1.non-disappearance 1. path 1. object 1. conascence 2. path 2. faculty 1. 210000 By Threes 060000 With non-dissociation and not-root conditions. contiguity 2. presence 2. strongdependence 1. non-disappearance 2. nutriment 1. presence 1. absence 1. resultant 2. strong-dependence 2. End of Negative-Positive . association 1. absence 2. mutuality 2. jhaýna 1. . disappearance 2. kamma 2. object 1. contiguity 1. presence 1. disappearance 1 . absence 1. not-kamma. contiguity 1. kamma 1. non-disappearance 1. repetition 1.

. Associated with state associated with pleasant feeling. . V. Conascent with state associated with pleasant feeling. . associated with two aggregates. . . III. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE . arise two aggregates . .End of "DEPENDENT" CHAPTER II. .) End of " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 2. . " CONASCENT " CHAPTER 33. . arises one aggregate. . VI. Conditioned by state association with pleasant feeling. Conjoined with state associated with pleasant feeling. (Abbreviated. Supported by state associated with pleasant feeling . " CONDITIONED " CHAPTER 34. . . " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 37. FEELING TRIPLET VII. " CONJOINED " CHAPTER 36. arises state associated with pleasant feeling by root condition. . -8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 IV. " SUPPORTED " CHAPTER 35. " INVESTIGATION " CHAPTEER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER I. Associated with one aggregate associated with pleasant feeling. . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 030000 38. roots associated with 0 10 0 0 0 0 pleasant feeling are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (I) (iii) State associated with neither painful not pleasant . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Roots associated with pleasant feeling are related to 020000 (their) associated aggregates by root condition . Roots associated with painful feeling are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (I) (ii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by root condition. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception.

(i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Roots associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 9 0 35 0 0 0 0 39. having undertaken the . 020000 are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition .feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by root condition. After having offered the offering. roots associated with-8 1 2 040000 neither painful nor pleasant feeling are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition.

emerged from Fruition associated with pleasant feeling. with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. The Noble persons . (One) practises insight into the impermanency. having undertaken the precept. (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. review the eradicated defilements which were associated with pleasant feeling. (one) regrets (it) and arises grief. arise aggregates . arises wrong views associated with pleasant feeling. (I) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition.precept. (one) regrets (it) and arises grief. Taking it as object arises lust. After having offered the offering. arise aggregates associated with pleasant feeling. Taking the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling as object. know the defilements addicted to before. emerged from Path. Taking the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling as object. enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). when jhaýna associated with pleasant feeling has disappeared. Having emerged from jhaýna. having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling with the mind associated with pleasant feeling . review the uneradicated defilements.

emerged from Fruition associated with pleasant feeling. Taking it as object arises lust. having undertaken the precept. suffering and inpersonality of the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling with the mind associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling . emerged from Path. arises wrong views. arises doubt. (one) reviews (it) with the-8 1 2 0 41 0 0 0 0 mind associated with neither painful nor plasant feeling. with the mind associated with neither painful not-pleasant feeling. (One) practises insight into the impermanency. enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). review the uneradicated defilements. having the duty of observance with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. (2) (iii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling by object condition. (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. By the knowledge of penetration into others' mind. review the eradicated defilements which were associated with pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna. arises restlessness associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. (one) . The Noble persons.associated with painful feeling. After having offered the offering. know the defilements addicted to before.

The aggregates associated with pleasant feeling are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. (I) (v) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. Taking hate as object. arises delusion. arises hate. arises hate. arise aggregates associated with neither painful not-pleasant feeling. arise aggregates associated with painful feeling. advertence by object condition. Gg-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 . (3) 40. review the uneradicated defilements. arises hate. Taking the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling as object. review the eradicated defilements which were associated with painful feeling. arises delusion. Taking the aggregates associated with painful feeling as object. with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. The Noble persons. Taking delusion associated with painful feeling as object. know the defilements addicted to before. Taking pain-accompanied body-consciousness as object. arises delusion. (iv) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition. knowledge of remembrance of past kamma. knowledge of future existences.knows the other being's mind associated with pleasant feeling.

By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. The aggregates associated with painful feeling are related to knowledge of penertration into others' knowledge of remembrance of past existences. advertence by object condition. Taking the aggregates associated with painful feeling as object. (3) . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates associated with painful feeling with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. (one) knows the other being's mind associated with painful feeling. arise aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. review the eradicated defilements which were associated with painful feeling. Taking the aggregates associated with painful feeling as object. know the defilements addicted to before. (One) practises insight into the impermanency. knowledge of future existences. arise aggregates associated with pleasant feeling. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates associated with painful feeling with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. with the mind associated with neither painful not-pleasant feeling. (2) (vi) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by object condition. review the uneradicated defilements. The Noble persons.(One) practises insight into the impermanency.

(one) knows the other being's mind associated . arises doubt. emerged from Path. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 review the uneradicated defilements. know the defilements addicted to before. emerged from Fruition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. having undertaken the precept. review the eradicated defilements which were associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. arises restlessness associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. The Noble persons. (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Taking it as object arises lust. After having offered the offering.41 (vii) State associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasane feeling by object condition. having fufilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna. (One) practises insight into the impermanency. enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. arises wrong views. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling .

with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Infitity of space is related to infinity of consciousness by object condition. Nothingness is related to neither-perceptionnor-non-perception by object condition. The aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling are related to knowledge of supernormal power, knowledge of penetration into others' minds, knowledge of remembrance of past existences, knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma, knowledge of future existences, advertence by object condition. Taking the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling as object, arise aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. ( I ) (viii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. After having offered the offering, having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna, emerged from Path, emerged from Fruition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) reviews (it) with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. The Noble persons, with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, review the eradicated defilements which were associated

with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, review the uneradicated defilements, know the defilements addicted to before. (One) practises insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the aggregates associated with neither painful-8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 nor pleasant feeling with the mind associated with pleasant feeling ; enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). Taking it as object arises lust, arises wrong views associated with pleasant feeling. Taking the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling as object, arise aggregates associated with pleasant feeling. (2) (ix) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition. After having offered the offering, having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) regrets (it) and arises grief. When jhaýna associated with neither painful nor pleasant nor feeling has disappeared, (one) regrets (it) and arises grief. Taking the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling as object, arise aggregates associated with painful feeling. (3)

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Predominance 5 030000 42. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by predominance condition. (it is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering 0 11 0 0 0 0

having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna, emerged from Path, emerged grom Fruition associated with pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. (One) esteems, enjoys and delights in the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling, with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. Taking it as emtimable object, arises lust, arises wrong views associated with pleasant feeling. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Comascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance associated with 030000 pleasant feeling is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. ( I ) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state-8 1 2 030000 associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by pre-

dominance condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering, 0 15 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna, emerged from Path, emerged from Fruition associated with pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. (One) esteems, enjoys and delights in the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling. with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Taking it as estimable object, arises lust, arises wrong views associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. (2) 43. (iii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by predominance condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0

: Predominance associated with 060000 painful feeling is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. ( I ) 44. (iv) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds, namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence-predominance. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0

Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering, 0 13 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna, emerged from Path, emerged from Fruition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. (ONe) esteems, enjoys and delights in the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. Taking it as estimable object, arises lust, arises wrong views associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance

0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance associated with 060000 neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. ( I ) (v) State associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by predominance condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering, 0 13 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept, having fulfilled the duty of observance with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it was the mind associated with pleasant feeling. Having emerged from jhaýna, emerged from Path, emerged from Fruition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one) esteems and reviews it with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. (One) esteems, enjoys and delights in the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. Taking it as estimable object, arises lust, arises wrong views associated with pleasant feeling. (2)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7 0 19 0 0 0 0 45. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Preceding aggregates associated with pleasant feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Adaptation associated with pleasant feeling is related to change-of-lineage associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition ; adaptation to purification ; change-of-lineage to Path ; purification to Path ; Path to Fruition ; Frutition to Fruition ; adaptation is related to attainment of Fruition associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. The aggregates associated with pleasant feeling are related to emergence associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. ( I ) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Death-consciousness associated with pleasant feeling is related to rebirth-consciousness associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Life-continuum -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0

associated with pleasant feeling is related to advertence by proximity condition. Body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure is related to resultant mind-element by proximity condition. Resultant mind-consciousness element associated with pleasant feeling is related to functional mind-consciousness element by proximity condition. Life-continuum associated with pleasant feeling is related to life-continuum asssociated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Faultless or faulty associated with pleasant feeling is related to emergence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling ; functional to emergence ; Fruition is related to emergence by proximity condition. (2) 46. (iii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by proximity condition. Preceding aggregates associated with painful feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated with painful feeling by proximity condition. ( I ) (iv) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Body-consciousness accompanied by pain is related to resultant mind-element by proximity condition. The aggregates associated with painful feeling are related to emergence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. (2)

47. (v) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Preceding aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Adaptation associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to change-of-lineage associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition ; adaptation to purification ; change-of-lineage to path ; purification to Path ; Path to fruition ; Fruition by Fruition ; adaptation to attainment of Fruition 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 (associated with neither painful nor pleasant 020000 feeling) ; having emerged from the attainment of Extinction.

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0 32 0 0 0 0 neither-perception-not-non-perception is related to the attianment of Fruition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. The aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling are related to emergence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by proximity condition. ( I ) (vi) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Death-consciousness associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to rebirth-consciousness associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Advertence is related to the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Resultant mind-element is related to resultant mind-consciousness element associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Life-continuum associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to lifecontinuum associated with pleasant feeling by proximity condition. Faultless or faulty associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to emergence associated with pleasant feeling ; functional to emergence ; Fruition to emergence ; having emerged from the attainment of Extinction, neither -perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition associated with pleasant feeling by proximity

condition. (2) (vii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by proximity condition. Advertence is related to the aggregates associated with painful feeling by proximity condition. (3)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 7 050000 48. State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by contiguity condition (the same as proximity condition).

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 3 020000 49. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by conascence condition. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One aggregate associated with pleasant feeling is related 030000 to two aggregates by conascence condition ; two aggregates are releted to one aggregates by conascence condition ; ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception, one aggregate associated 0 13 0 0 0 0 with pleasant feeling is related to two aggregates by conascence condition ; two aggregates are related to one aggregate by conascence condition. ( I ) 50. (ii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by conascence condition. One aggregate associated with painful feeling is related to two aggregates by conascence condition ; two aggregates are related to one aggregate by conascence condition. (Conception associated with painful feeling is not obtained.) ( I ) 51. (iii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by conascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One aggregate associated with neither painful nor 040000 pleasant feeling is related to two aggregates by conascence condition ; two aggregates are related to one aggregate by conascence condition ; ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception, one aggregate associated 050000 with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to two aggregates by conascence condition ; two aggregates are related to one aggregate by conascence condition. ( I )

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 3, Dependence 3 060000 52. State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by mutuality condition . . . by dependence condition. (Mutuality and dependence are also the same as conascence condition.)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 9 040000 53. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-depen010000 dence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong020000 dependence. . . .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Be the strong-dependence of-8 1 2 0 30 0 0 0 0 confidence associated with pleasant feeling, (one) , with the mine associated with pleasant feeling, offers the offering, undertakes the precepts, fulfils the duty of observance, develops jhaýna associated with pleasant feeling, develops insight, develops Path, develops attainment ; arouses conceit, adopts wrong views . . . precept associated with pleasant feeling. . . learning . . . generosity. . wisdom . . lust. . . delusion. . . conceit. . . wrong views . . . wish . . . By the strong-dependence of body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure, (one), with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, offfers the offering. . . develops attainment (In the confidence group of five " arouses conceit, adopts wrong views" are to be done but not for the rest), with the mind associated with pleasant feeling takes the property of others, which has not been given to one, speaks untruth, slanders, babbles foolishly, breaks into a house,

plunders the property of others, leaves behind only one house, stands at the junction of highways, goes to other men's wives, plunders villages, plunders market-towns. Congidence associated with pleasant feeling, precepts . . . learing. . . generosity. . . wisdom. . . lust. . . delusion. . . conceit. . . wrong. . . views. . . wish . . . body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure is related to confidence associated with pleasant feeling, precept . . . learning. . . generosity . . . wisdom. . . lust . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . bodyconsciousness accompanied by pleasure, the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. ( I ) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by strong-dependence condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 090000 confidence associated with pleasant feeling, (one) tortures oneself, tortures oneself fully, experiences the suffering caused by searching . . precept associated with pleasant feeling . . . learning. . . generosity . . . By the strong-dependence of wisdom . . . (one) tortures oneself, tortures oneself fully,

experiences the suffering caused by searching. By the strongdependence of lust associated with pleasant feeling . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . By the strongdependence of body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure, -8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 (one) kills a living being, with the mind associated with painful feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one, speaks untruth, slanders, uses rude speech, babbles foolishly, breaks into a house, plunders the property of others leaves behind only one house, stands at the junction of highways, goes to other men's wives, plunders village, plunders marker-towns, commits matricide, commits patricide, kills an Arahat, draws blood from the body of a Buddha with evil intent, causes schism in the Sanþgha. Confidence associated with pleasant feeling, precept . . . learning . . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . lust . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure is related to hate, delusion, body-consciousness accompanied by pain, the aggregates associated with painful feeling by strong-dependence condition. (2) (iii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : by the strong-dependence of 0 17 0 0 0 0

confidence associated wiht pleasant feeling, (one) with the mind associayed with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering undertakes the precept, fufils the duty of observance, develops jhaýna associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, develops insight, develops Path, develops superknowledge, develops attainment ; arouses conceit, adopts wrong views. . . . precept associated with pleasant feeling. . . . learning . . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . lust . . . delusion . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . By the strong-dependence of body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure, (one) with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering . . . develops attainment, with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one, speaks untruth, slanders, babbles foolishly, breaks into a house, plunders the property of others, leaves behind only one house, stands at the junction of highways, goes to other men's wives, plunders-8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 villages, plunders market-towns. Confidence associated with pleasant feeling, precept . . . learning . . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . lust . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure is related to confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, precept . . . learning . . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . lust . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . .

wish . . . the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (3) 54. (iv) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0

: By the strong-dependence of 0 15 0 0 0 0 hate, (one) kills a living being, with the mind associated with painful feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha . . . . delusion . . . . By the Strong-dependence of body-consciousness accompanied by pain, (one) kills a living being, with the mind associated with painful feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. Hate, delusion, body-consciousness accompanied by pain is related to hate delusion, body-consciousness accompanied by pain, the aggregates associated with painful feeling by strong-dependence condition. ( I ) (v) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 10 0 0 0 0 hate, (one), with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, offers the offering. . . develops attainment, with the mind associated with pleasant feeling takes the property of others

which has not been given to one . . . plunders market-towns . . . . delusion. . . . By the strong-dependence of body-consciousness accompanied by pain, (one), with the mind associated with pleasant feeling, offers the offering. . . plunders market-towns, Hate. delusion, body-consciousness accompanied by pain is related to confidence associated with pleasant feeling . . . -8 1 2 070000 body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure, the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (2) (vi) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strongdependence condition. It is of two kinds, namely:) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . . .

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 14 0 0 0 0 hate, (one), with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering . . . plunders markettowns. . . . delusion. . . . By the strong-dependence of bodyconsciousness accompanied by pain, (one), with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering. . . plunders market-towns. Hate, delusion, bodyconsciousness accompanied by pain is related to confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. . . wish . . . the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (3) 55. (vii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) (

2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-depen010000 dence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong020000 dependence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of

0 13 0 0 0 0 confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one), with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering . . . adopts wrong views. . . . precept associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling . . . learning . . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . lust . . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . By the strong-dependence of wish associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, (one), with the mind associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, offers the offering . . . develops attainment, with the mind associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one . . . plunders market-towns. Confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling, precept . . . learning . . . generosity . . . -8 1 2 090000 wisdom . . . lust. . . delusion . . . conceit . . . wrong views . . . wish . . . is related to confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling . . . wish . . . the aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. ( I ) (viii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object -strong-depen010000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong020000 dependence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 18 0 0 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence.

with the mind associated with pleasant feeling takes the property of others which has not been given to one . . . (one). (one) with the mind associated with pleasant feeling.confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . . the aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by strong-dependence condition. body-consciousness accompanied by pleasure. . (2) (ix) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by strong-dependence condition. . is related to confidence associated with pleasant feeling . plunders market-towns. with the mind associated with pleasant feeling. . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-depen010000 dence. . By the strong-dependence of wish associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. . (It is of two kinds. . . precept associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. . . offers the offering . . wish . . offers the offering . Confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling . . develops attainment. adopts wrong views . wish .

. . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. . (one) tortures oneself. with the mind associated with painful feeling takes the property of others which has not been given-8 1 2 070000 to one . . delusion. . By the strong-dependence of wish associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling. experiences the suffering caused by searching . . tortures oneself fully. body-consciousness accompanied by pain. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Naturla strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 070000 confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. (one) kills a living being. . . Confidence associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling . is related to hate. . wish . precept associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling. .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . . .

(i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by repetition condition. ( I ) (ii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by repetition condition. change-of -lineage to Path . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 3 0 25 0 0 0 0 56. purification is related to Path by repetition condition. ( I ) (iii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by repetition condition. Prededing aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated . Preceding aggregates associated with pleasant feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by repetition condition. adaptation to purification . Preceding aggregates associated with painful feeling are related to subsequent aggregates associated with painful feeling by repetition condition.the aggregates associated with painful feeling by strongdependence condition. Adaptation associated with pleasant feeling to change-of-lineage .

change. (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by kamma condition. purification is related to Path by repetition condition. adaptation to purification . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence (-kamma). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( I ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 8 030000 57. Adaptataion associated with neither painful not pleasant feeling to change-of-lineage . (it is of two kinds.oflineage to Path . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma).with neither painful nor plesant feeling by repetition condition.

. At the moment of conception. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Asynchronous volition associated with pleasant feeling is 0 16 0 0 0 0 related to (its) resultant aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by kamma condition.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent volition associated with pleasant feeling is 020000 related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. (2) (iii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition. Asynchronous volition associated with pleasant feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated with painful feeling by kamma condition. . ( I ) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by kamma condition. Asynchronous volition associated with pleasant feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated with neither painful . .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). (3) 58. (It is of two kinds.nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent volition associated with painful feeling is 020000 related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence(-kamma). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . (iv) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by kamma condition.

( . (2) 59. ( I ) (v) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition.) Asynchronous volition associated with painful feeling is 0 12 0 0 0 0 related to resultant aggregates associated with painful feeling by kamma condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence (-kamma). (It is of two kinds. Asynchronous volition associated with painful feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). (vi) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state asociated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition.

(2) (viii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by . ( I ) (vii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by kamma condition. Asynchronous volition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated with pleasant feeling by kamma condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent volition associated with neither painful nor 030000 pleasant feeling is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Asynchronous volition associated with neither painful nor 010000 pleasant feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated-8 1 2 0 16 0 0 0 0 with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by kamma condition.

kamma condition. one resultant aggregate 0 10 0 0 0 0 . Asynchronous volition associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to resultant aggregates associated with painful feeling by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 3 030000 60. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant aggregate associated with pleasant feeling 030000 is related to two aggregates by resultant condition . two aggregates are related to one aggregate by resultant condition . (i) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by resultant condition.

( I ) (ii) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by resultant condition. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception . ( I ) (iii) (State associated with) neither painful nor pleasant feeling. .associated with pleasant feeling is related to two aggregates by resultant condition . . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One resultant aggregate associated with neither painful 020000 nor pleasant feeling is related to two aggregates . two aggregates are related to one aggregate . . One resultant aggregate associates with painful feeling is related to two aggregates by resultant condition . . . . ( I ) 010400 010000 .

by presence condition . etc. non-disappearance 3. nutriment 3. disappearance 7. . predominance 5.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. With root (there are ) 3 (answers). association 3. . by Hh-8 1 2 070000 faculty condition . 1. resultant 3. path 3. repetition 3. mutuality 3. . faculty 3. jhaýna 3. 040000 61. contiguity 7. by non-disappearance condition . . presence 3. . conascence 3. proximity 7. . by path condition . . strong-dependence 9. . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 070000 62. . . object 9. . . . . . . . dependence 3. . kamma 8. by disappearance condition . . by jhaýna condition . . by association condition . by asbence condition . State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by nutriment condition . absence 7.

conascence 3. dependence. faculty. mutuality. faculty and path combinations (2). faculty. conascence. association. With faculty and path combinations (2) 64. presence and non-disappearance 2. conascence. association. presence 3. dependence. dependence. dependence. conascence. resultant 2. 210000 Combination (6) 0 19 0 0 0 0 Ordinary combinations (2) Combination of root. association. path. With root condition and predominacne (there are) 2 (answers). resultant. path 2. Of root . dependence 3. presence and non-disappearance 2 . association. faculty 2. Of root. . With predominance. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 2. presence and non-disappearance (has) 3 ( answers) . Combination of root. mutuality 3. mutuality.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 Common 10 040000 63. mutuality. path. non-disappearance 3. resultant. association 3. mutuality.

faculty. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 210000 Common 2 030000 66. faculty. . dependence. strongdependence 4. path. -8 1 2 030000 resultant. predominance and strong-dependence 4. predominance. mutuality. Of root. mutuality. conascence. 210000 Object combination (1) 040000 67. Combination of object. association.65. dependence. predominance. presence and nondisappearance 2. path. With object condition and predominance 4. Combination of root. presence and nondisappearance 2 . association. conascence.

dependence. mutuality. dependence. conascence. non-disappearance 3. Combination of predominance. Combination of predominance. mutuality. path 3. conascence. Of predominance. strong-dependence 4. association. conascence. object 4. association 3. resultant 2. association. nutriment. presence 3. Combination of predominance. resultant. dependence . object and strong-dependence 4. association. presence and nondisappearance 2. conascence. faculty. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 2. dependence 3.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 210000 Common 13 050000 68. conascence 3. mutuality. mutuality 3. . nutriment. association. 210000 Predominance combinations (9) 0 19 0 0 0 0 69. faculty 3. presence and nondisappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3 . With predominance condition and root 2. Of predominance. faculty. dependence. mutuality. nutriment 3.

kamma 2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 210000 Common 6 040000 70. combination of predominance.Combination of predominance. Of predominance. presence and non-disappearance 2. 210000 . dependence. disappearance 7. path. strongdependence 7. mutuality. conascence. resultant. Of predominance. faculty. faculty. root. dependence. absence 7. presence and non-disappearance 3 . mutuality. conascence. With proximity condition and contiguity 7. presence and nondisappearance 2 . mutuality. association. dependence. faculty. path. mutuality. root. path. association. -8 1 2 070000 dependence. conascence. presence and non-diappearance 2. repetition 3. association. association. path. faculty. conascence. resultant.

with mutuality condition . path 3. 210000 Combinations (2) 060000 . strong-dependence. contiguity. association 3. 210000 Common 13 060000 72. absence and disappearance 7 . Combination of proximity. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence. kamma 3. With conascence condition . . . absence and disappearance 2. strong-dependence. nutriment 3. kamma. . Of proximity. absence and disappearance 3 . . with dependence condition and root 3. contiguity. Of proximity . faculty 3. mutuality 3. presence 3. repetition. conascence 3. strong-dependence.Combinations (3) 090000 71. etc. With contiguity condition (the same as proximity). nondisappearance 3. resultant 3. contiguity. jhaýna 3. predominance 3.

object and predominance 4. association. Of dependence. proximity. predominance 4. kamma . disappearance 7. presence and non-disappearance 3. Of strong-dependence. kamma 8. Combination of strong-dependence. conascence. -8 1 2 210000 Combinations (5) 0 11 0 0 0 0 74. Combination of strong-dependence and kamma 8 . contiguity. association. contiguity.Combination of dependence. Of strong-dependence. With strong-dependence condition and object 4. presence and non-disappearance 3 . repetition. conascence. absence and disappearance 3. contiguity 7. proximity. repetition 3. Combination of strong-dependence. absence and disappearance 7 . proximity 7. proximity. mutuality. contiguity. absence 7. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 210000 Common 8 030000 73. resultant. ab . mutuality.

conascence 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 Common 5 030000 75. disappearance 3. mutuality 3. contiguity 2. . contiguity. strongdependence . strong-dependence 8. With repetition condition and proximity 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 210000 Common 13 050000 76.sence and disappearance 2. With kamma condition and proximity 2. contiguity 3. 210000 Combination (1) 040000 Combination of repetition. absence 3. dependence 3. proximity. absence and disappearance 3. strong-dependence 3.

conascence. Combination of kamma. mutuality. presence 3. nutriment 3.resultant 3. mutuality. Of kamma. association. disappearance 2. nutriment. 210000 Combinations (4) 090000 Combination of kamma and strong-dependence 8 . . presence and non-disappearance 3 . absence and disappearance 2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 Common 13 040000 77. path 2. conascence. non-disappearance 3. presence 3. jhaýna 2. With resultant condition and root 2. dependence. predominance 2. resultant. -8 1 2 210000 . nutriment. Of kamma. dependence. non-disappearance 3. presence and non-disappearance 3. contiguity. absence 2. association 3. association. association 3. conascence 3 . strong-dependence. proximity.

dependence. non-disappearance 3. dependence 3. conascence. mutuality. association. resultant 3. dependence. association 3. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3. mutuality. conascence. faculty 3. kamma 3. mutuality. With nutriment condition and predominance 3. Of nutriment .Combination (1) 040000 Combination of resultant. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 210000 Common 10 040000 78. 210000 Combinations (8) 0 20 0 0 0 0 Combination of nutriment. dependence. kamma. association. conascence 3. conascence. association. mutuality 3. kamma. dependence. Combination of nutriment. presence and non-disappearance 3 . mutuality. . Of nutriment. association. mutuality. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. presence 3. presence and non-disappearance 3. conascence.

conascence 3. resultant. With faculty condition and root 2. faculty. nutriment 3. Of nutriment. conascence. faculty. mutuality. presence 3. predominance. dependence. non-disappearance 3. resultant 3. presence and non-disappearance 3. -8 1 2 210000 Combinations (16) 0 32 0 0 0 0 . presence and nondisappearance 3 . predominance. dependence. dependence 3. predominance 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 210000 Common 12 040000 79. resultant. mutuality. conascence. Combination of nutriment. faculty. association. mutuality.resultant. Combination of nutriment. presence and nondisappearance 2. dependence. association. jhaýna 3. mutuality 3. association 3. conascence. path 3. Of nutriment. association. association. mutuality. dependence. faculty. association presence and non-disappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3. conascence.

association. nutriment. mutuality. depencence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . association. mutuality. mutuality. Combination of faculty. association. conascence. Combination of faculty. resultant. association. presence and non-disappearance 2 . resultant. mutuality. dependence. conascence. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 2. path. conascence. mutuality. Combination of faculty. Of faculty. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 2. dependence. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . resultant. Combination of faculty. conascence. resultant. presence and nondisappearance 3 . presence and non-disappearance 3. Combination of faculty. mutuality. Of faculty. mutuality. mutuality. dependence. conascence. path. dependence. root. association. presence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. Of faculty. Of faculty. presence and non-disappearance 3 . mutuality. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 2. dependence. dependence. conascence. conascence. association. conascence. dependence. resultant. mutuality.Combination of faculty. mutuality. Of faculty. predominance. association. conascence. conascence. resul- . jhaýna. association. path. mutuality. conascence. predominance. root. nutriment. association. nutriment. association. association. path. path. prenascence and non-disappearance 3. dependence. jhaýna. path.

presence and non-disappearance 2. mutuality. mutuality 3. presence and non-disappearance 3 . With jhaýna condition and conascence 3. mutuality. predominance. resultant. dependence 3. path 3.tant. path. presence and non-disappearance 2. association. mutuality. Of faculty. faculty 3. association. conascence. dependence. dependence. association. 210000 Combinations (6) 0 14 0 0 0 0 Combination of jhaýna. Of jhaýna. conascence. presence 3. Combination of faculty. root. predominance. association. resultant 2. presence and nondisappearance 2 . . association 3. conascence. resultant. path. dependence. root. mutuality. dependence. association. conascence. path. presence and nondisappearance 2. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 210000 Common 9 040000 80. non-disappearance 3.

resultant. faculty. path. presence 3. resultant. faculty. conascence. conascence. Of jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 2. presence and non-disappearance 3 . association. association. path. mutuality 3. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 210000 Common 11 040000 81. association. conascence 3.Combination of jhaýna. Of path. mutuality. mutuality. mutuality. association 3. Of jhaýna. path. mutuality. non-disappearance 3. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . jhaýna 3. dependence. conascence. With path condition and root 2. dependence. association. path. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . . association. dependence. 210000 Combinations (14) 0 14 0 0 0 0 Combination of path. conascence. Combination of jhaýna. mutuality. conascence. predominance 3. dependence 3. conascence. resultant 3. dependence. mutuality. faculty 3.

mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 2. Of path. mutuality. Of path. association. dependence. association. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . faculty. Of path. conascence. conascence. predominance. presence and non-disappearance 2. presence and non-disappearance 3 . association. predominance. faculty. association. conascence. resultant. jhaýna. mutuality. Combination of path. resultant. presence and non-disappearance 2. faculty. association. dependence. root. resultant. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 2. jhaýna. jhaýna. Combination of path. conascence. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 2. Of path. mutuality. Combination of path. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 3 . conascence. conascence. faculty. faculty. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 3 . dependence. dependence. association. resultant. jhaýna. presence and non-disappearance 2. conascence mutuality. faculty. root. Combination of path. dependence. mutuality. resultant.association. mutuality. mutuality. Of path. conascence. association. mutuality. association. dependence. conascence. faculty. . dependence. association. -8 1 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 Combination of path.

dependence. conascence. resultant. mutuality. dependence 3. mutuality. dependence. association. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 210000 Common 13 050000 82. presence 3. faculty. nutriment 3. predominance. mutuality. presence and nondisappearance 2. With association condition and root 3. faculty. conascence 3. 210000 Combinations (2) 090000 Combination of association. resultant 3. resultant. faculty 3. conascence. predominance. dependence. non-disappearance 3. Of association. kamma 3. mutuality. jhaýna 3. path 3. . dependence. root.faculty. conascence. association. root. presence and nondisappearance 2 . Combination of path. presence and non-disappearance 3 . predominance 3. Of path. mutuality 3. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 2. association.

) End of Positive of " Investigation " Chapter -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 "INVESTIGATION " CHAPTER SELECTION OF THE CONDITIONS FOR NEGATIVE 83. . with non-disappearance condition .presence and non-disappearance 3. ( I ) (ii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition. . (3) 84. kamma condition. . with disappearance condition . . . ( I ) (v) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. . strongdependence condition. strong-dependence condition. strong- . (iv) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition. conascence condition. (With presence condition . with absence condition . kamma condition. conascence condition. . strong-dependence condition. kamma condition. (2) (iii) State associated with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by object condition. kamma condition. (i) State association with pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. . strong-dependence condition.

kamma condition. (3) 85. With not-root (condition there are) 9 (answers). not- . kamma condition.dependence condition. (2) (vi) State associated with painful feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by object condition. ( I ) (viii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with pleasant feeling by object condition. strong-dependence condition. strong-dependence condition. kamma condition. not-predominance 9. not-object 9. -8 1 2 080000 not-conascence 9. not-proximity 9. (3) 2. strong-dependence condition. (vii) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling by object condition. not-mutuality 9. not-dependence 9. conascence condition. kamma condition. (2) (ix) State associated with neither painful nor pleasant feeling is related to state associated with painful feeling by object condition. not-contiguity 9. strong-dependence condition. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 020000 86.

. . not-resultant 9. not-presence 9. 210000 By twenty-three 0 12 0 0 0 0 With not-root. not-association 9. . not-path 9. not-jhaýna 9. . . 210000 By Threes 030000 With not-root. not-strong-dependence. not-non-disappearance 9. not-repetition 9. With not-root condition and not-object 9 . not- . . . not-object conditions and not-predominance 9 . not-faculty 9. . not-non-disappearance 9. not-nutriment 9. not-postnascence 9. not-disappearance 9. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 030000 87. not-strong-dependence 8 . notdissociation 9.strong-dependence 9. not-object . not-absence 9. not-nondisappearance 9. not-kamma 9. not-prenascence 9. . . .

not-disappearance 3.) End of Negative 3. not-contiguity 3. not-path 3. not-kamma 3. . not-faculty 3. not-jhaýna 3. not-prenascence 3.NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 070000 88. not-resultant. notpredominance 3. not-nutriment 3. . not-resultant 3. notrepetition 3. not-repetition. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE. notabsence 3. not-object (there are) 3 (answers). not-postnascence 3. not-dissociation 3. With root condition. End of Not-root (Also enumerate all the conditions without confusion in the same way as enumerated in the Negative Enumeration of the Faultless Triplet.prenascence. not-postnascence. conditions and not-non-disappearance 8. not-nutriment . not-proximity 3. . not-strongdependence 3.

not-root 8. presence and non-disappearance condition. . conascence. . 010000 -8 1 2 210000 ordinary combination 0 11 0 0 0 0 89. Combinations of root. . association. . (Abbreviated. notobject 3 . .) With kamma condition. (Also enumerate in the same way as enumerated in the PositiveNegative Enumeration of the Faultless Triplet for recital. notnon-disappearance 8. dependence. not-object 8 .) End of Positive-Negative Enumeration 4. not-disappearance 3. . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 .410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 It cannot be " common" as in the Text. . mutuality.

faculty 3. proximity 7 . non-disappearance 3. predominance 5. . kamma 8. . mutuality 3. jhaýna 3.By Twos 060000 90. absence 7. not-predominance. non-disappearance 3. presence 3. nutriment 3. not-object. association 3. path 3. . With not-root condition. 210000 By Sixs 050000 With not-root. mutuality 3. . predominance 3. kamma 8. 210000 By Threes 030000 With not-root and not-object conditions. repetition 3. dependence 3. conascence 3. conascence 3. proximity 7. non-disappearance 3. object (condition) 9. . strong-dependence 9. . . strong-dependence 9. dependence 3. . 210000 By Nines 030000 . contiguity 7. resultant 3. . . disappearance 7. not-proximity and not-contiguity conditions. resultant 3 .

not-dissociation. not-presence .With not-root. not-jhaýna . . not-association. kamma 8. kamma 8. . notprenascence. not-repetition. not-repetition. not-dependence. not-object (conditions abbreviated) and notdependence conditions. not-nutriment. End of Not-root 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 210000 By Twos . . not-disappearance and not-non-disappearance conditions. not-path. not-postnascence. not-object . . . strong-dependence 9. not-faculty. notdisappearance and not-non-disappearance conditions. not-prenascence. -8 1 2 210000 By Twenty-four (with kamma) 070000 With not-root. not-object . not-postnascence. . not-resultant. . 210000 By Twenty-four (with strong-dependence) 050000 With not-root. not-absence. strongdependence 9. . not-kamma . . not-strong-dependence.

absence 7. 210000 By Fours 040000 With not-non-disappearance. absence 7. not-object. not-proximity. . . . . proximity 7. repetition 3. . repetition 3. proximity 7. disappearance 7. . strong-dependence 9. not-conascence. kamma 8 . . root 3 . not-contiguity. With not-non-disappearance condition. object 9. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-non-disappearance 210000 By Twos 040000 92. kamma 8. not-root. disappearance 7. kamma 8. . . notpredominance. . predominance 4. . strong-dependence 9. . not-root and not-object conditions. contiguity 7.030000 91. nondisappearance 3. . 210000 By Twenty-four (with strong-dependence) 080000 With not-non-disappearance. With not-object condition. contiguity 7.

not-path. not-kamma . not-dependence not-strong-dependence. (Enumerate in the same way as enumerated in the NegativePositive Enumeration of the Faultless Triplet for recital. not-jhaýna. not-repetition. RESULTANT TRIPLET 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 I " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 020000 . . not-dissociation. not-association. not-resultant. strong-dependence 9. not-presence. not-absence and not disappearance conditions. . notprenascence.not-mutuality. kamma 8. . not-nutriment. not. not-prenascence . not-faculty. .) End of negative-Positive END OF FEELING TRIPLET -8 1 2 010000 3. and not-disappearance conditions. not-postnascence. 210000 By Twenty-four (with kamma) 090000 With not-non-disappearance.root . . . not-dependence.

(i) Dependent on resultant state. dependent on two aggregates. . dependent on one resultant 060000 aggregate. arise three 030000 aggregates . arise two aggregates . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root . arise three aggregates . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . (I) (ii) Dependent on resultant state. arise two aggregates.I. dependent on two aggregates. arises resultant state by root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant aggregate. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 13 030000 1. .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant aggregate. arises (heart-)base.condition. dependent on aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. resultant (state) and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant aggregates. arises mind-produced 020000 matter . arises kamma -produced matter . (2) (iii) Dependent on resultan state. arise three 030000 . arise states. dependent on resultant 060000 aggregates. by root condition.

610000 . dependent on one resultant 0 10 0 0 0 0 aggregate. (2) state producing resultant state.aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 This comprises (I) resultant state. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . (3) 2. . . arise two aggregates. (iv) Dependent on state producing resultant state. (I) (v) Dependent on state producing resultant state. arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . Dependent on one aggregate. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates. . dependent on two aggregates. the state producing resultant state. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter. arise three aggregates . arises state producing resultant state by root condition. dependent on two aggregates.

-8 1 2 0 16 0 0 0 0 state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition.(3) state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (vii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Dependent on aggregates. by root condition. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . . the states producing resultant states. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate. (2) (vi) Dependent on state producing resultant state. arises mind-produced matter. dependent on two aggregates. . arise two aggregates and mindproduced matter. Dependent on one aggregate. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on two aggregates. . arise state. the state which is neither 040000 resultant nor producing resultant state. the state producing resultant state. (3) 3.

At the moment of conception. (3) 4. . resultant (state) and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on great primaries. arise three great 0 20 0 0 0 0 primaries . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state . (2) (ix) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) (viii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise states. . arises kamma -produced matter. dependent on (heart-) base. (x) Dependent on state. dependent on great primaries. dependent on two great primaries. arise mind-produced and kamma -produced derived matter. arises resultant state by root condition. by root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary.arise two aggregates mind-produced matter . dependent on (heart-)base. At the moment of conception. arises resultant state by root condition. arise two great primaries . arise resultant aggregates . arise resultant aggregates. .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries.At the moment of conception. arises state which is neither resultant not produding resultant state by root condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. dependent on resultant 0 19 0 0 0 0 aggregates and great primaries. arise three aggregates . (I) (xi) Dependent on state. dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise two aggregates. (2) . . . arises kamma-produced matter. dependent on one resultant -8 1 2 080000 aggregate and (heart-)base. 020000 arises mind-produced matter .

At the moment of conception. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. by root condition. arises mind-produced matter. arises resultant state by object condition. (3) 5. dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries. (i) Dependent on resultant state. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 5 030000 6. Dependent on aggregates. and great primaries. the states producing resultant states. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.(xii) Dependent on state. . . arise two aggregates . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arise states. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. arise three aggregates . arises kamma-produced matter. (xiii) Dependent on state.

arise three aggregates . dependent on two aggregates. (I) 7. arise two aggregates. the state producing resultant state. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. dependent on two aggregates. arises state producing resultant state by object condition. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) . arise two aggregates . -8 1 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 Dependent on one aggregate.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant aggregate. . dependent on two aggregates. . dependent on one resultant 040000 aggregate. . (I) 8. arise three 030000 aggregates . . . arise two aggregates. . dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on one aggregate. (iii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. . arise two aggregates. (ii) Dependent on state producing resultant state. arise three aggregates . . arise three aggregates .

arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. . dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises mind-produced matter. . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise resultant aggregates. arises resultant state by predominance condition. Dependent on resultant aggregates. arise three aggregates . arises resultant state by object condition. Dependent on one resultant aggregate.(iv) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . (2) 9. At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates. . dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. (i) Dependent on resultant state. (v) Dependent on state. (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 9 0 19 0 0 0 0 10. At the moment of conception. (I) (ii) Dependent on resultant state. (2) . dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises resultant state by object condition. dependent on (heart-)base.

dependent on two aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . Ii-8 1 2 040000 1. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . . the state which is neither 040000 resultant nor producing resultant state. by predominance condition. three. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. . . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor -producing resultant state. arise states. (vii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. .(iii) Dependent on resultant state. (3) (iv)-(vi) Dependent on state producing resultant state . Dependent on one resultant aggregate. arises state which is neither resultant or producing resultant state by predominance condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter.

arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . Dependent on aggregates. 2. arises mindproduced derived matter. arises mind-produced matter. arise three great 0 16 0 0 0 0 parimaries . dependent on great primaries. Dependent on resultant state. by contiguity condition (the same as . (I) (ix) Dependent on state. .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arises mind-produced matter. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. and great primaries. the states producing resultant states. arises resultant state by proximity condition . Dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries. (viii) Dependent on state. etc. 0 11 0 0 0 0 3. . . (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity.

. . . . . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition . . arise three 030000 aggregates . arises resultant state by mutuality condition. arise two aggregates . (this is the difference in conascence condition). by conascence condition (conascence is all the same as root condition). . . nutriment-produced . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one resultant aggregate. (i) Dependent on resultant state. Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 7 020000 4. temperature-produced. . non-percipient beings . . dependent on two aggregates. . External .object condition) . .

. arise two aggregates.b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. dependent on two aggregates. arise two aggregates. . arise states . (I) (ii) Dependent on resultant state. Dependent on one aggregate. . At the moment of conception. arise three aggregates . dependent on one resultant aggregate. . arises states which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. . . dependent on one resultant 0 22 0 0 0 0 aggregates. At the moment of conception. (3) (iv) Dependent on state producing resultant state. dependent on two aggregates. arises state producing resultant state by mutuality condition. arise three aggregates . (2) (iii) Dependent on resultant state. (I) 15. arise three aggregates and (heart-)base . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. by mutuality condition. dependent on resultant aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. the state producing resultant state. . arises (heart-)base. (v) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise two aggregates and (heart-)base.

dependent on (heart-)base. .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one aggregate. -8 1 2 . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One great primary . arise resultant aggregates. . the state which is neither 030000 resultant nor producing resultant state. . . nutriment-pro0 11 0 0 0 0 duced . temperature-produced . . arises resultant state by mutuality condition. . one great primary of nonpercipient beings. . At the moment of conception. arises resultant state by mutuality condition. . (2) (vii) Dependent on state. . External . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) (vi) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . arise three aggregates. . .

(i) Dependent on state producing resultant state. etc. arise two aggregates. . (ii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state producing resultant by repetition condition. .050000 At the moment of conception. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by repetition condition. arise three aggregates . . by strong-dependence condition . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 17. arise two aggregates. by prenascence condition. dependent on two aggregates. . . dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arises resultant state by dependence condition (Abbreviated) . arise three aggregates . . . . . dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. 050000 16. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence. Dependent on resultant state. the state producing resultant state. Dependent on one aggregate. . . .

three. . dependent on two aggregates. . . . . arise two aggregates. Dependent on one great primary. (I) (v) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (i)-(iii) Dependent on resultant state. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 13. dependent on (heart-)base. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by resultant condition. arise mind-produced and kamma -produced derived matter. arises resultant state by kamma condition (Abbreviated) . Resultant 9 0 14 0 0 0 0 18.Dependent on one aggregate. (iv) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises resultant state by resultant condition. arise three great primaries . dependent on great primaries. arise resultant aggregates. (2) -8 1 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 (vi) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . by resultant condition. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. At the moment of conception. arise states. resultant and state which . arise three aggregates .

I. . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on great primarise. . . etc. (3) (vii)-(ix) Dependent on state. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by resultant condition . . . by non-disappearance condition. . arises resultant state by nutriment condition (Abbreviated) . . by disappearance condition . . . . . . by presence condition . . by jhaýna condition . . by faculty condition . . . . . . . . . Dependent on resultant state. by association condition . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. by resultant condition. At the moment of conception.is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises kamma-produced matter. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise resultant aggregates . . by path condition . . arise states. 090000 19. by absence condition . arises resultant state by resultant condition . dependent on (heart-)base. . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii0 ENUMERATION CHAPTER . by dissociation condition . by resultant condition.

With root (there are) 13 (answers). disappearance 5.2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 20.) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 210000 . association 5. conascence 13. . With root condition and object 5 . predominance 9. dependence 13. . contiguity 5. non-disappearance 13. faculty 13. path 13. mutuality 7. jhaýna 13. presence 13. nutriment 13. . prenascence 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 040000 21. kamma 13. proximity 5. strong-dependence 5. . dissociation 13. repetition 2. absence 5. . object 5. resultant 9. (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet Enumeration. non-disappearance 13.

association 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER . strong-dependence 2. non-disappearance 2. mutuality 2.By Twos 080000 22. presence 9. . conascence 9. kamma 9. path 9. proximity 2. jhaýna 2. With resultant condition and root 9. . . proximity 3. object 3. conascence 2. predominance 2. faculty 9. (Abbreviated. dependence 2. absence 2. disappearance 2. dependence 9. predominance 3.) End of Positive Enumeration 2. nutriment 9. dissociation 9. presence 2. dissociation 2. jhaýna 9. contiguity 3. . mutuality 6. disappearance 3. prenascence 2. prenascence 1. faculty 2. non-disappearance 9 . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 210000 By twos 0 10 0 0 0 0 23. association 2. . absence 3. With repetition condition and root 2. path 2. contiguity 2. object 2. nutriment 2. kamma 2. strong-dependence 3.

. dependent on two aggregates. arise 030000 three aggregates . arises resultant state by not-root condition. dependent on three aggregates. arise two aggregates . . . arise two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on one 070000 resultant aggregate. arises one aggregate . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless -resultant aggregate. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultan state by not-root condition. (i) Dependent on resultant state.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 10 030000 24. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. (I) (ii) Dependent on resultant state. arise three aggregates .

resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise states.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on rootless-resultant aggregates. arise three 030000 . arises (heart-)base. dependent on aggregates. by not-root condition. (2) -8 1 2 040000 (iii) Dependent on resultant state. arises kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. dependence on 020000 resultant aggregates. arises mind020000 produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless-resultant aggregate.

arises state producing resultant state by not-root condition. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . dependent on 0 12 0 0 0 0 one resultant aggregate. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one rootless aggregate. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . (3) 25. (I) (v) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (iv) Dependent on state preducing resultant state. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultan state by not-root condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. the state which is 040000 . Dependent on doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. arise two aggregates and kamma -produced matter. dependent on two aggregates .aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. . .

arise two great primaries . nutriment -produced . . . -8 1 2 . dependent on (heart-)base. arise three great 0 16 0 0 0 0 primaries. . . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises resultant state by not-root condition. temperature-produced. dependent on two great primaries. dependent on great primaries. . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) (vi) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . dependent on great primaries. . . dependent on two aggregates. arise kamma -produced derived matter. . . External . arise three great primaries.neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . At the moment of rootless conception. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise resultant aggregates. by not-root condition. (2) (vii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . arise states.

arises mind-produced matter . . . arise two aggregates. arises resultant state by not-root condition. arise three aggregates . (3) 26. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.0 15 0 0 0 0 At the moment of rootless conception. dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. At the moment of rootless conception. dependent on (heart-)base arise resultant aggregates . arises kamma-produced matter. dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by notroot condition. (I) (ix) Dependent on state. (viii) Dependent on state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on rootless-resultant aggregates and great 020000 primaries. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . dependent on great primaries.

resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . by not-root condition. arise two aggregates . dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of rootless conception. arise states. arise kamma-produced matter. dependent on 0 13 0 0 0 0 resultant aggregates and great primaries. At the moment of rootless conception. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (2) (x) Dependent on state. arises kammaproduced matter. dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 5 040000 27 (i) Dependent on resultant state. dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. . arise three aggregates . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-object condition.

(I) 29. (I) 28. arises-8 1 2 080000 state which is neither resulant nor producing resultant state by not-object condition. arises mind-produced matter.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant aggregates. (ii) Dependent on state producing resultant state. dependent on resultant 030000 aggregates. arises mind-produced 020000 matter . (iii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . arises (heart-)base. Dependent on aggregates. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-object condition. dependent on aggregates. arises kamma-produced matter . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. the states producing resultant states.

. temperature080000 produced . (i) 30. . the states which are neither 030000 resultants nor producing resultant states. which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) External . arises kamma-produced derived matter. . arises mind-produced matter . arise three great 030000 primaries . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by notobject condition. (iv) Dependent on state. dependent on great primaries. . . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings arise three great primaries. . dependent on great primaries. .) Dependent on aggregates. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on one great primary. nutriment-produced . resultant and state. arise mindproduced and kamma -produced derived matter . .

020000 arises mind-produced matter . (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 13 050000 . (I) 31. and great primaries. (v) Dependent on state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state arises which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-object condition. Dependent on aggregates. the states producing resultant states. arises mind-produced matter. arises kamma-produced matter. dependent on resultant ag090000 gregates and great primaries.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries.

arises state which is neither-8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 resultant nor producing resultant state by not-proximity condition . . . . . . (Abbreviated. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. etc. arises resultant state by .) (The same as Positive conascence. . (Abbreviated. External . (This is the difference) .32. . by not-contiguity condition . by not-mutuality condition . . . 010000 33. . . by not-strong-dependence condition . . arise mindproduced and kamma -produced derived matter. . . . Dependent on resultant state. arises resultant state by not-predominance condition. by notmutuality condition . dependent on great primaries of non-percipient beings. .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-prenascence 12 0 26 0 0 0 0 34. arises kammaproduced derived matter. . dependent on great primaries. Dependent on resultant state. (i) Dependent on resultant state. temperature-produced . nutriment-produced .

arises mind-produced matter.) (I) (ii) Dependent on resultant state. (3) (iv) Dependent on state producing resultant state. arise two aggregates. arise two aggregates. . At the moment of conception. In the immaterial plane. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-prenascence condition.not-prenascence condition. (Abbreviated. dependent on two aggregates. . . by not-prenascence condition. In the immaterial plane. arises state producing resultant state by not-prenascence condition. At the moment of conception . . arise three aggregates. the state producing resultant state.) (2) (iii) Dependent on resultant state. . dependent on two aggregates. (Abbreviated. (dependent on) one resultant aggregate. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . dependent on one resultant aggregate. . arise states. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter. arise three aggregates. state. . At the moment of conception. . Dependent on resultant aggregates. dependent on one resultant aggregate. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-prenascence condition. dependent on one aggregate. arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter. (I) (v) Dependent on state producing resultant. dependent on two aggregates. -8 1 2 .

. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-prenascence condition. dependent on (heart-)base. arise three great primaries. (vi) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (2) 35. arise three aggregates . the states producing resultant states. . dependent on two aggregates. temperature-produced . arises resultant state by notpernascence condition. . arises mind-produced matter. . (I) (vii) Dependent on state which neither resultant nor predocing resultant state. arises mind-produced matter. . . arise states. nutriment-produced . .0 40 0 0 0 0 Dependent on aggregates. External . In the immaterial plane. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . by not- . arise resultant aggregates. At the moment of conception. Dependent on aggregates. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. . (2) (viii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . dependent on one aggregate. . Dependent on one great primary. arise two aggregates. . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on one great primary of nonpercipient beings .

arise states. At the moment of conception. arises resultant state by not-prenascence condition. dependent on great primaries. . (3) 36. dependent on (heart-)base. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor preducing resultant state. At the moment of conception. by not. dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries. arises kamma-produced matter. arise resultant aggregates . arise three aggregates. arises kamma-produced matter. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. (2) (xi) Dependent on state. Dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaries. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by notprenascence condition. -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 arises mind-produced matter. arise two aggregates. dependent on one resultant . At the moment of conception. (I) (x) Dependent on state.prenascence condition. (ix) Dependent on state. .prenascence condition. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.

etc. arises kamma-produced matter. . arises mind-produced matter. by not-repetition condition. (xii) Dependent on state.aggregate and (heart-)base.13 050000 38. . (i) Dependent on state producing resultant state. . the states producing resultant states. . . . (3) 37. . . . dependent on resultant aggregates and great primaires. arise two aggregates . (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-postnascence. Dependent on resultant state. dependent on two aggregates and (heart-)base. and great primaries. Dependent on aggregates.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 39. arises state producing resultant state by not-kamma condition. arise three aggregates. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-prenascence condition. arises resultant state by not-postnascence condition . (Abbreviated.

Dependent on one aggregate. arises volition. . . arise states. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-kamma condition. -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 40. dependent on great primaries. dependent on two aggregates. the states which are neither resultants not producing resultant states. by not-resultant . . (I) (ii) Dependent on state producing resultant state. . (2) (iii) Dependent on state producing resultant state. arise three great primaries . arises volition. . the states producing resultant states. arise three aggregates . the state producing resultant state. (ii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state producing resultant state by not-resultant condition. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-resultant condition. . External . arise two aggregates.Dependent on aggregates. dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. the states producing resultant states. arises mind-produced matter. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (i) Dependent on state producing resultant state. . Dependent on aggregates. arises derived matter. nutriment-produced . the state producing resultant state. Dependent on aggregates. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.

. dependent on great primaries. arises mind-produced matter. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-resultant condition. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings arise three great primaries . . . the states producing resultant states. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-resultant condition. . . Dependent on one aggregate. External . . (iv) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) (v) Dependent on state. . arise three aggregates and mind-producing matter . . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on two aggregates. (3) 41. arise two aggregates and mindproduced matter. Dependent on one aggregate. and great primaries. . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . dependent on great primaries.condition. dependent on two aggregates. Dependent on aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. -8 1 2 010000 . arise three great primaries . Dependent on one great primary. . nutriment-produced . arises mind-produced derived matter. . . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises kamma-produced derived matter. . . the state producing resultant state. temperature-produced .

. . . temperature-produced . . External. Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-nutriment condition. . arise three great primaries. . dependent on great primaries of non-percipient beings.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 1 090000 42. arise three great primaries . . . . . arises kammaproduced derived matter. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-faculty condition. dependent on great primaries. nutriment-produced . arises physical life-faculty. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 1 090000 43. . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. depedent on one temperature-produced great primary. Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . External .

arise two aggregates. . . External . Dependent on one rootless. arise three aggregates . . arises resultant state by not-path condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 9 060000 45. arises resultant state by not-jhaýna condition. . (ii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . -8 1 2 . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 44. (iv)-(vi) dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . three. . nutriment-produced . . (i)-(iii) Dependent on resultant state. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-path condition. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-jhaýna condition.resultant aggregate . Dependent on one fivefold consciousness-accompanied aggregate. dependent on two aggregates. . temperature-produced. (i) Dependent on resultant state. .

arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-association condition . At the moment of rootless conception. arises resultant state by not-path condition. . three. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 5 0 10 0 0 0 0 46. . dependent on one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-association condition . . two. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . (vii)-(ix) Dependent on state. (v) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state . . . three. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 3 . two. (iii)-(iv) Depednent on state producing resultant state. (i)-(ii) Dependent on resultant state. the state which is neither resulant not producing resultant state . .090000 Dependent on one rootless aggregate. . . one.

. . . External . dependent on two aggregates. . dependent on one great primary of nonpercipient beings. dependent on one aggregate. dependent on one resultant aggregate. arise two aggregates. the state producing resultant state. nutriment-produced . arise two aggregates. . arise three aggregates . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise three great primaries . .0 20 0 0 0 0 47. arises state producing resultant state by not-dissociation condition. arises resultant state by not-dissociation condition. (iii) Dependent on state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . arise three aggregates . . (ii) Dependent on state producing resultant state. In the immaterial plane. . dependent on two aggregates. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence 5. arise three aggregates . dependent on great primaries. arises kamma-produced derived matter. (i) Dependent on resulant state. . arise two aggregates. temperature-produced. . dependent on one aggregate. Not-disappearance 5 . . dependent on two aggregates. . In the immaterial plane. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-dissociation condition. . In the immaterial plane.

With not-root condition and not-object 3. notresultant 5.) 2. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 090000 49. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 5.060000 48. notpath 9. not-kamma 2. Dependent on resultant state. not-strong-dependence 5. not-postnascence 13. not-jhaýna 2. not-association 5. With not-root (condition there are) 10 (answers). arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-absence condition . not-nutriment 1. notdisappearance 5. . notobject 5. not-dissociation 3. not-absence 5. not-predominance 13. not-repetition 13. not-predomi- . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 080000 50. . . not-contiguity 5. . not-mutuality 5. . by not-disappearance condition. not-prenascence 12.(Abbreviated.

not-disappearance 3.) End of Negative-8 1 2 020000 3. notresultant 1. not-resultant 2. not-postnascence 10. notpath 3. not-path 9. not-mutuality 3. not-dissociation 2. not-nutriment 1. not-prenascence 10. . not-object conditions and not-predominance 3. not-strong-dependence 3. not-absence 3. (Abbreviated. notnutriment 1.nance 10. not-disappearance 3. . not-absence 3. not-association 3. not-repetition 10. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 . not-kamma 1. not-kamma 1. not-dissociation 1. notassociation 3.) End of Not-root (Enumerate here also in the same way as the Faultless Triplet which was enumerated for recital. . . not-jhaýna 2. 210000 By Threes 090000 With not-root. not-contiguity 3. not-proximity 3. not-contiguity 3 . not-faculty 1. not-faculty 1. not-proximity 3. not-jhaýna 1. .

not-absence 5. not-resultant 2. not-postnascence 5. not-association 5. not-dissociation 3. not-contiguity 5. not-disappearance 5. not-kamma 2. notrepetition 13. not-postnascence 3. 210000 By Threes 040000 With root and object condition. 210000 . not-resultant 5. . not-mutuality 5. not-proximity 5. not-postnascence 13. not-strongdependence 5. With root condition. not-prenascence 12. not-predominance 13. not-dissociation 3. notprenascence 5. not-object 5. 220000 By Fours 0 1 -1 1 0 0 With root. not-kamma 2. not-dissociation 3. . object and predominance conditions.By Twos 060000 51. not-pre030000 nascence 3. not-repetition 3. not-predominance 5. . not-resultant 2. notkamma 2. not-repetition 5.

repetition 2. Kk-8 1 2 210000 . and prenascence conditions. . object. . dependence 10. strong-dependence 5. (Conditions abbreviated).By Nines 0 10 0 0 0 0 With root. faculty 10. not-postnascence 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By twos 070000 52. proximity. presence 10. jhaýna 10.) (Enumerate in the same way as enumerated in teh PositiveNegative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. With not-root condition. proximity 5. contiguity 5. absence 5. conascence 10. . association 5. predominance. dissociation 10.) End of Positive-Negative 4. non-disappearance 10. disappearance 5. (Abbreviated. mutuality 7. resultant 9. path 1. not-kamma 2. nutriment 10. not-resultant 2. kamma 10. object 5. prenascence 3. not-repetition 3.

non-disappearance 3. faculty 3. . kamma 3. RESULTANT TRIPLET I. not-object. . CONDITION : POSITIVE II. " CONASCENT " CHAPTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 53. 210000 By Sevens 0 30 0 0 0 0 With not-root. nutriment 3. Expand in the same way as expanded in the Negative-Positive of Faultless Triplet. presence 3. resultant 3. arises resultant state by root condition.) End of Negative-Positive End of " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 3. dissociation 3. resultant 3. dissociation 3. not-predominance. jhaýna 3. . (Abbreviated.) (Enumerate in the same way as enumerated in not-root condition of the Faultless Triplet. . presence 3. non-disappearance 3. conascence 3. dependence 3. faculty 3. . conascence 3. Conascent with resultant state. dependence 3. . jhaýna 3. kamma 3. not-contiguity and not-mutuality conditions. .By Threes 050000 With not-root and not-object conditions. mutuality 2. not-proximity. nutriment 3.

. . Conascent with resultant state. I. conascent with three aggregates. arises one -8 1 2 030000 aggregate .) . conascent with two aggregates. . (Abbreviated.) (With not-root 10 . non-disappearance 13. (Abbreviated. Conascent with one rootless-resultant aggregate. arises resultant state by not-root condition. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE 55. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates .) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 13 0 0 0 0 3. . . . arise two aggregates. With root condition. . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 54. conascent with three aggregates. . . . .Conascent with one resultant aggregate. arise three aggregates . not-disappearance 5. 2.. conascent with two aggregates. . not-obect 5 . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE -NEGATIVE 56. . . arises one aggregates . With root 13 . . not-dissociation . .

arises mind-produced matter. arises one aggregate . non-disappearance 10. . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 57. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 17 0 19 0 0 0 0 58. . 4. object 5 . conditioned by three aggregates. arises resultant state by root condition. . . . (i) Conditioned by resultant state. End of " CONASCENT " CHAPTER 3.3. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate. Conditioned by resultant aggregates. "CONDITIONED" CHAPTER I. . conditioned by two aggregates. arise two aggregates. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. . . (I) (ii) Conditioned by resultant state. . RESULTANT TRIPLET III. At the moment of conception. . arise three aggregates . With not-root condition.

arise two aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. (3) (iv) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. . conditioned by two aggregates. . . (2) (iii) Conditioned by resultant state. arises . arises kamma-produced matter. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate. . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . conditioned by two aggregates. arises state producing resultant state by root condition. At the moment of conception . . . . by root condition. arises three aggregates . arise states. the state producing resultant state. Conditioned by one aggregate. 010000 -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 and mind-produced matter .At the moment of conception. . conditioned by resultant aggregates. arise three aggregates 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Left out in the Text. (I) (v) Conditioned by state producing resultant state.

Conditioned by aggregates. conditioned by great primaries. . the state producing resultant state. (I) (viii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . by root condition. . . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter.state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. arise states. Conditioned by one aggregate. . . . the states producing resultant states. conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. the states which are neither resultant nor producing resultant states. (2) (vi) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. Conditioned by one great primary . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arises resultant state by root . Conditioned by one aggregate. (3) (vii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise two aggregates and mindproduced matter. arises mind-produced matter. conditioned by two aggregates. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.

Condition by (heart-)base. arise resultant aggregates . arise states. arise resultant aggregates. arise resultant aggregates . arise states. arise resultant aggregates. At the moment of conception. (2) (ix) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 producing resultant state. arise aggregates. the states producing resultant states . by root condition. conditioned by great primaries. arises mind-produced matter .condition. the states producing resultant states. by root condition. conditioned by (heart-)base. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (4) (xi) Conditioned by state which is neither resutant nor producing resultant state. . (3) (x) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise aggregates. Conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by great primaries . arises kamma-produced matter. conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by great primaries. At the moment of conception. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises state producing resultant state by root condition.

At the moment of conception. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise states. . arise two aggregates. conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. (I) (xiii) Conditioned by state. (2) -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 (xiv) Conditioned by state. (5) 59. .arises mind-produced matter. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise three aggregates . conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. At the moment of conception. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. . arises kamma-produced matter. . arise two aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. by root condition. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (xii) Conditioned by state. arise three aggregates . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises resultant state by root condition. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition.

Conditioned by aggregates.Conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates . the state producing resultant state. (xv) Conditioned by state. . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. and (heart-)base. . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises kamma-produced matter. by root . At the moment of conception. (I) (xvi) Conditioned by state. arises mind-produced matter. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. . . and great primaries. conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates . arise two aggregates. the states producing resultant states. arise three aggregates . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. . (2) (xvii) Conditioned by state. Conditioned by one aggregate. arise three aggregates . conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. arises mind-produced matter. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (3) 60. arise three aggregates . arise states. conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. arises state producing resultant state by root condition.

arise two aggregates. . and (heart-)base.condition. arises mind-produced matter. . conditioned by aggregates. . arise two aggregates . the state producing resultant state. the states producing resultant states. Conditioned by one aggregate. (I) (iii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . arises state producing resultant state by object condition. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 Conditioned by one resultant aggregate. (I) (ii) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. . . and great primarise. . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 7 020000 61. conditioned by two aggregates. arise three aggregates . . the state producing resultant state. (i) Conditioned by resultant state. arise two aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by one aggregate. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. arises resultant state by object condition. . arise three aggregates . arise three aggregates . conditioned by two aggregates. . At the moment of conception.

Conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by eye-base. conditioned by (heart-)base.Conditioned by one aggregate. arises nose-consciousness . arises eye-consciousness . (3) (vi) Conditioned by state. arise three aggregates . arise aggregates. arises resultant state by object condition. arise tesultant aggregates. conditioned by (heart-)base. (2) (v) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . arises ear-consciousness . (I) (iv) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise aggregates. arises resultant state by object condition. conditioned by two . conditioned by nose-base. the states which are neither resultant nor producing resultant states. conditioned by body-base. . arise resultant aggregates. Conditioned by one eye-consciousness-accompanied aggregate and eye-base. the states producing resultant states. arise two aggregates . conditioned by ear-base. arises tongue-consciousness . At the moment of conception. conditioned by tonguebase. conditioned by two aggregates. conditioned by (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . . arises state producing resultant state by object condition. arises body-consciousness .

tongue. arise three aggregates . . . ear . . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. the state producing resultant state. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . Conditioned by one resultant aggregate . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates. and (heart-)base. . . conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. . At the moment of conception. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by resultant state. . arise two aggregates . . (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 17 0 25 0 0 0 0 62. . . . arises resultant state by predominance condition. . . arises state producing resultant state by object condition. three. . conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. (I) (vii) Conditioned by state.aggregates and eye-base. nose . . rise two aggregates. . . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . Conditioned by one aggregate. body . arise three aggregates . . -8 1 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base.) . (There is no " at the moment of conception" in predominance. .

the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises resultant state by predominance condition. arises mind-produced derived matter . arises state which is neither resultant not producing resultant state by predominance condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. (3) (x) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor . conditioned by great primaries. arises state producing resultant state by predominance condition. . . . the states which is neither resultant nor producing resultant states.(iv)-(vi) Conditioned by state producing resultant state . (I) (viii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise three great primaries . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise resultant aggregates. three. (2) (ix) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by one aggregate. (vii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. conditioned by two aggregates. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. the states producing resultant states. conditioned by (heart-)base. arise aggregates. . . arise aggregates. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 Conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by one great primary. .

arises mind-produced matter. arise three aggregates . . arise states. conditioned by great primaries.producing resultant state. by predominance condition. Conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. arise states. (I) (xiii) Conditioned by state. arises mind-produced matter. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates. by predominance condition. . resultant and state which is . (2) (xiv) Conditioned by state. arises resultant state by predominance condition. conditioned by great primaries. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise resultant aggregates . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. the states producing resultant states . (5) 63. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (xii) Conditioned by state. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises mind-produced matter. Condition by (heart-)base. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. arise aggregates. (4) (xi) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.

Conditioned by aggregates. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. arises mind-produced matter. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises state producing resultant state by predominance condition. arise three aggregates . . and great primaries. . Conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. (xv) Conditioned by state. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. by . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (I) (xvi) Conditioned by state. arise two aggregates . arise states. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . and (heart-)base. the state producing resultant state. arise three aggregates . -8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 Conditioned by one aggregate. arises mind-produced matter. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state.neither resultant nor producing resultant state. the states producing resultant states. conditioned by resultant aggregates and great primaries. arise states. arise two aggregates. (3) 64. . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. by predominance condition. (2) (xvii) Conditioned by state.

. contiguity 7 050000 65. arise three aggregates .predominance condition. arises resultant state by proximity condition . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7. the state producing resultant state. Conditioned by one aggregate. (i) By conascence condition . . and (heart-)base. arises mind-produced. . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. . (I) . conditioned by two aggregates. conditioned by aggregates. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . . . . by mutuality condition. arise two aggregates. At the moment of conception. the states producing resultant states. . . conditioned by one resultant aggregate. Conditioned by resultant state. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 9 0 12 0 0 0 0 66. arise three aggregates .matter. and great primaries. by contiguity condition . arise two aggregates . (the same as object condition). . conditioned by two aggregates. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate. .

At the moment of conception. (I) (v) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resutlant state. . . . twmperature- . arise two aggregates and (heart-)-base. Conditioned by one aggregate. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. conditioned by one resultant aggregate. . Conditioned by one aggregate. arise three great primaries . Conditioned by one great primary. by mutuality condition. conditioned by two aggregates arise two aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates. arise three aggregates . . (2) (iii) Conditioned by resultant state.(ii) Conditioned by resultant state. arises state producing resultant state by mutuality condition. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. the state producing resultant state. conditioned by two aggregates. . nutriment-produced . . arise states. (iv) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . At the moment of conception conditioned by resultant aggregates. . . . resultant-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 and state which is neither resultant nor producing resutlant state. arise three aggregates and (heart-)base . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. . External . arises heart-)base. (3) 67.

arises resultant state by mutuality condition. arises body-consciousness . arise aggregates. arise aggregates. . arise three great primaries . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . . . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states.produced . arise resultant condition. arise three aggregates . conditioned by one great primary of nonpercipient beings. . arise two aggregates . (3) (viii) Conditioned by state. . arises resultant state by mutuality condition. Conditioned by eye-base. conditioned by two great primaries. ear . (I) (vi) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state producing resultant state by mutuality condition. . -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 Conditioned by one eye-consciousness-accompanied aggregate and eye-base. . conditioned by (heart-)base. arise resultant aggregates. the states producing resultant states. . . conditioned by (heart-)base. (vii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . conditioned by two aggregates and eye-base. At the moment of conception. arises eye-consciousness . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . conditioned by (heart-)base. . . arise two great primaries . conditioned by body-base.

(I) (ix) Conditioned by state. arises resultant state by dependence condition. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . . At the moment of conception. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . . tongue . Conditioned by resultant state. . . . . the state producing resultant state. arises state producing resultant state by mutuality condition. (The same as conascence. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. . arise two aggregates. . . arise three aggregates . Conditioned by one aggregate. (I) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 17 040000 68.nose . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. and (heart-)base. . . . body . conditioned by one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base.

(i) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. arises stae producing resultant state by repetition condition. -8 1 2 0 24 0 0 0 0 arises one aggregate . By strong-dependence condition . arises state which is neither resultant not producing resultant state by repetition condition. (conditioned by heart-)base. conditioned by three aggregates. the state which is neither . . arise two aggregates. (arise resultant aggregates) by prenascence condition.Strong-dependence 7. Prenascence 7 090000 69. arise three aggregates . . conditioned by two aggregates. . arise three aggregates .) (Abbreviated. (I) (ii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by one aggregate. conditioned by two aggregates. Conditioned by one resultant aggregate.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 4 040000 70. (The saem as proximity. the state producing resultant state. by prenascence condition. . Conditioned by one aggregate. arise two aggregates .

. conditioned by three aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by resultant state. . (I) (iii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arise two aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. conditioned by (heart-)base. arises resultant state by kamma condition . arises state producing resultant state by repetition condition.resultant nor producing resultant state . arises one aggregate . arises state producing resultant state by repetition condition. three. (2) (iv) Conditioned by state. the state producing resultant state. the states producing resultant states.) . arise aggregates. Conditioned by one aggregate. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 17 040000 71. arise aggregates. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. and (heart-)base. . ( The same as conascence. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . .

conditioned by two great primaries. . -8 1 2 030000 (vii)-(ix) Resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state . by absence condition . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by resultant condition. . . . . . conditioned by great primaries. Conditioned by one great primary. three. . arise two great primaries . . arises resultant state by resultant condition . by association condition . . . etc. resualtant and both . . . arise three great primaries . . (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . by dissociation condition . . . three. . . . . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 9 0 11 0 0 0 0 72. . by jhaýna condition . . arise mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter . . . . . by disappearance condition . by path condition . (i)-(iii) Conditioned by resultant state. three. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. . by faculty condition . by presence condition . 080000 By nutriment condition .

presence 17. non-disappearance 17. predominance 17 . strong-dependence 7. path 17. (Enumerate in the same as Faultless Triplet Enumeration. . . disappearance 7. kamma 17. object 7. conascence 17. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 74. absence 7. With root condition and object 7. nutriment 17. dissociation 17. jhaýna 17. With root 17. repetition 4. non-disappearance 17.) End of Positive .by non-disappearance condition. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 73. resultant 9. I. dependence 17. predominance 17. contiguity 7. association 7. faculty 17. proximity 7. mutuality 9. prenascence 7.

.2. . (2) (vii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor . (iv) Conditioned by state producing resultant state. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 12 090000 75. . Conditioned by one rootless-resultant aggregate . arises resultant state by not-root condition. the state which is neither resultant nor -producing resultant state . -8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 (v) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by one rootless aggregate. . . arises resultant state by not-root condition. Conditioned by eye-base. (i)-(iii) Conditioned by resultant state. three. arises doubt-acconpanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion. arises eye-consciousness. . Conditioned by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-root condition. . (I) (vi) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. arises state producing resultant state by not-root condition.

. by notroot condition. by not-root condition. (xii) Conditioned by state. arise states. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . arise states. . arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state . arises resultant state . . (ix)-(xi) Conditioned by state. At the moment of rootless conception. arises state producing resultant state by notroot condition.producing resultant state. (4) 76. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise rootless-resultant aggregates . arise doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. arises mind-produced matter. . arises state producing resultant state by not-root condition. . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . Conditioned by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates and (heart-)base. conditioned by great primaries. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (3) (viii) Conditioned by state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. Conditioned by (heart-)base. .

not-strongdependence 5. not-nutriment 1. not-mutuality 5. With not-root 12. not-kamma 4. not-path 9. not-jhaýna 4. not-postnascence 17. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 78.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 5 030000 77. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos . not-predominance 17. not-prenascence 12. All sections should be expanded. not-contiguity 5. not-disappearance 5. notrepetition 17. not-resultant 9. (Abbreviated. arises state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by not-object condition. not-absence 5. not-faculty 1. notproximity 5. not-object 5. not-dissociation 3. not-association 5. Conditioned by resultant state.) -8 1 2 020000 2.

not-jhaýna 4. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE -POSITIVE . not-path 9. With root condition. not-predominance 12. not-kamma 1. . (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet Negative Enumeration. not-dissociation 2. .) End of Negative 3. . not-disappearance 5. not-object 5. not-nutriment 1. not-disapearance 3.0 11 0 0 0 0 79. not-predominance 17 . not-absence 3. With not-root condition and not-object 3. not-faculty 1. . not-association 3. (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet PositiveNegative Enumeration. not-proximity 3.) End of Positive-Negative 4. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE. not-contiguity 3 .NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 080000 80. not-resultant 4.

absence 7. " SUPPORTED " CHAPTER 1-4. nutriment -8 1 2 030000 12. presence 12. . conascence 3. proximity 7.) End of Negative-Positive End of " CONDITIONED" CHAPTER 3. (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet NegativePositive Enumeration. conascence 12. contiguity 7. dissociation 12. non-disappearance 3. kamma 12. object 7. path 3. resutlant 9. disappearance 7. prenascence 7. CONDITIONS : THE SET OF FOUR . jhaýna 12. mutuality 2 . 210000 By Threes 0 22 0 0 0 0 With not-root and not-object conditions. faculty 12.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 040000 81. mutuality 9. . non-disappearance 12. With not-root condition. repetition 4. strong-dependence 7. association 7. RESULTANT TRIPLET IV. dependence 12.

object 7 . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE V. . Supported by resultant state. not-object 5 .) 1. . . Supported by one resultant aggregate.82. . RESULTANT TRIPLET 1. . End of "SUPPORTED " CHAPTER 3. . " CONJOINED " CHAPTER (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 070000 83. With root condition. . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones . . With root 17. not-disappearance 5. With not-root condition. arises resultant state by root condition. Conjoined with one resultant aggregate. With not-root 12 . . Conjoined with resultant state. (Abbreviated. arise three aggregates . . All sections should be expanded. arise three aggregates . not-dissociation 3. . arises resultant state by root condition. non-disappearance 12. .

conjoined with two aggregates. not-postnascence 3. . non-disappearance 3. faculty 3. Conjoined with one rootless-resultant aggregate. presence 3. not-kamma 2. dependence 3. not-repetition 3.) 2. strongdependence 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 85. association 3. disappearance 3. arise two aggregates. mutuality 3. conascence 3. not-path 2. object 3. . . contiguity 3. notresultant 2. proximity 3. L l-8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 nutriment 3. not-dissociation 3. kamma 3. resultant 1. not-predominance 3. With not-root 3. absence 3.050000 84. not-jhaýna 1. repetition 2. (Abbreviated. arises resultant state by not-root condition. Conjoined with resultant state. . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CAPTER 86. prenascence 3. predominance 3. . jhaýna 3.) (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet Enumeration. not-prenascence 3. With root 3. path 3. .) End of Positive 2. dissociation 3. arise three aggregates . (All sections should be classifiled.

(Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet Negaitve Enumeration. . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE -NEGATIVE 87.) End of Negative-Positive End of " CONJOINED " CHAPTER-8 1 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 3.) End of Negative 3. . "ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 1-4. Associated with resultant state. Associated with one resultant aggregate. . . arises resultant state by root condition. With not-root condition. arise three aggregates. nondisappearance 3. With root condition. (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet NegativePositive Enumeration. not-predominance 3. . . . (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet PositiveNegative Enumeration. . CONDITIONS : SET OF FOUR 89. path 1 . RESULTANT TRIPLET VI. object 3 . not-dissociation 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE -POSITIVE 88.) End of Positive-Negative 4. . .

End of " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 3. resultant roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to resultant (state) and state . . . . At the moment of conception. (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. With not-root condition. Resultant roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by root condition. With root condition. resultant roots are related to kamma-produced matter by root condition. . Resultant roots are related to mind -produced matter by root condition.With root 3. At the moment of conception. . . With not-root 3. . . . not-predominance 3. . " INVESTIGATION " CHAPTER 1. . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 7 0 20 0 0 0 0 90. . object 3. RESULTANT TRIPLET VII.

are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. (3) (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing .which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. (3) -8 1 2 0 23 0 0 0 0 91. the states producing resultant states. (1) (v) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. resultant roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by root condition. (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by root condition. the states producing resultant states. are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. the states producing resultant states. At the moment of conception. Resultant roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. Roots. Roots. are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind -produced matter by root condition. (2) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by root condition. Roots.

enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). . arises grief. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 9 0 16 0 0 0 0 92. suffering and impersonality of the resultant aggregates . arises grief. arises wrong views. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. (1) (ii) Resultant state is releted to state producing resultant state by object condition. enjoy and delight in (those aggregates). Resultant aggregates are related to-8 1 2 . arises doubt. the resultant arises as registering (consciousness). Learners review (lower) Fruition. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition. arises restlessness.resultant state by root condition. Roots which are neither resultant nor producing resultant states are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by root condition. . Taking it as object arises lust. suffering and impersonality of the resultant aggregates . (they) know the resultant mind of the other being. One practises insight into the impermanency. (They) practise insight into the impermanency. Taking is as object arises lust . When the faultless or faulty (state) has ceased.

(They) know the defilements addicted to before. Resultant aggregates are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. Learners review the eradicated defilements. knowledge of future existences. knows the resultant mind of the other being. (They) review purification. having undertaken the precept. (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. (They) practise insight into the imperma- . (He) practises insight into the impermanency. (3) 93. advertence by object condition. (he). having fulfilled the duty of observance. The Arahat reviews (Arahatta) Fruition. Learners. having emerged from Path. (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by object condition. suffering and impersonality of the resultant aggregates. (one) reviews the jhaýna. Learners review change-of-lineage. review the Path. (One) reviews (such acts) formerly well done. Having emerged from jhaýna. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. knowledge of future existences by object condition. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. (They) review the uneradicated defilements.0 39 0 0 0 0 knowledge of penetration into others' minds. After having offered the offering. (one) reviews it.

which is the state producing resultant state. (They) practise insight into the impermanency. are related to knowledge of supernormal power. the resultant arises as registering. . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates which are the states producing resultant states . . enjoy and delight in (those aggregates). knowledge of future existences by object condition. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates which are the states producing resultant states . which are the states producing resultant states. enjoy and delight in (those aggregates). Aggregates. Taking it as object arises lust . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. of the other being. . knowledge of penetration into others' minds.nency. arises grief. (1) -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 (v) State producing resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition. arise grief. Faultless nothingness is related to faultless neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. Faultless infinity of space is related to faultless infinity of consciousness by object condition. When the faultless or faulty (state) has ceased. . (they) know the mind. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. Faultless infinity of space is related to resultant infinity of consciousness by object condition. Taking it as object arises lust . Faultless nothing- .

ness is related to resultant neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. the Arahat reviews the Path. knowledge of future existences. (he) knows the mind. (2) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. (He) practises insight into the impermanency. The Arahat reviews Nibbaýna. Faultless nothingness is related to functional neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. of the other being. which is the state producing resultant state. Faultless infinity of space is related to functional infinity of consciousness by object condition. Nibbaýna is related to adver- . He reviews the acts formerly well done. The Arahat reviews the eradicated defilements. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates which are the states producing resultant states. are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. Aggregates. which are the states producing resultant states. (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. advertence by object condition. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. (3) 94. Having emerged from (Arahatta) Path. (He) knows the defilements addicted to before.

body . . . Functional nothingness is related to functional neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. Aggregates. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. ear . hears the sound. tangible objects . suffering and impersonality of the eye(-base) . . . Functional infinity of space is related to functional infinity of consciousness by object condition. . . nose . are related to knowledge of supernormal power. smells . (he) knows the mind. . . knowledge of penetration into others' minds. tongue . . . knowledge of future existences advertence by object condition. . . . (the Arahat) sees the visible object. . objects . . visible . . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . sounds . Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. (he) practises insight into the impermanency. . -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 suffering and impersonality of the aggregates.tence by object condition. (heart-)base . . . By the power of divine-ear element. . Nibbaýna is related to Fruition by object condition. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. (1) (viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition. The Arahat practises insight into the impermanency. By the power of divine-eye. tastes . . the states which are neither resultants not producing resultant states. of the other being. .

. ear. . . Visible object-base to eye-consciousness . arises grief. tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness by object condition. Taking it as object arises lust .suffering and impersonality of the eye(-base) . . . When the faultless or faulty (state) has ceased. . . . (2) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to stae producing resultant state by object condition. suffering and impersonality of the aggregates. . enjoy and delight in (the eye-base). . tangible object . enjoy and-8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 delight in (the eye-base). . . Taking it as object arises lust . . the resultant arises as registering. . Learners review Nibbana. (heart-)base . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states . sounds. . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates. arises grief. purification. . Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. enjoy and delight in (those aggregates). . smells . the resultant arises as registering . Path by object condition. visible object . . arises grief. body . Taking it as object arises lust . . . suffering and impersonality of the eye(-base) . . . nose. . . . tastes . . . . When the faultless or faulty (state) has ceased. . . . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. Nibbana is related to change-oflineage. . ear. . . . tongue .

(3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 10 030000 95. are related to knowledge of supernormal power. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by predominance condition. Aggregates. By the knowledge of penetration into other' minds. knowledge of future existences by object condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence -predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Resultant predominance is related 040000 to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. By the power of divine-ear element. By the power of divine-eye. . knowledge of remembrance of past existences.states . knowledge of penetration into others' mind. of the other being. (they) know the mind. enjoy and delight in. hear the sound. (I) . . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (they) see the visible object. .

Taking it as estimable object. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners esteem and review (lower) 070000 Fruition. (They) esteem. enjoy and delight in the resultant aggregates. arises lust. (It is of two kinds. arises wrong views.(ii) Resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by predominance condition. (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence-predominance. .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Resultant predominance is 030000 related to mind-produced matter by predominance condition.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat esteems and reviews 020000 (Arahatta) Fruition. (3) (iv) Resultant state is related to resultant (state) and state-8 1 2 .

010000 . (4) 96. (It is of two kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence -predominance. (v) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Resultant predominance is related 050000 to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance.030000 which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition.

(One) esteems and reviews (such acts) formely well done. (They) esteem. (one) esteems and reviews the jhaýna. enjoy and delight in the aggregates which are the states producing resultant states. 0 10 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : after having offered the offering. having fulfilled the duty of observance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . arises lust. (one) esteems and review it. arises wrong views. esteem and review the Path. Learners esteem and review change-of-lineage. Learners. (They) esteem and review purification. Having emerged from jhaýna. Taking it as estimable object. having emerged from Path.

(It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. (1) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence-predominance.Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominant states producing 060000 resultant states are related to (their) associated aggregates by predominance condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 .

(2) (vii) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Having emerged from (Arahatta) 020000 Path. the Arahat esteems and reviews the Path. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominant states producing 060000 resultant states are related to mind-produced matter by predominance condition.

(3) -8 1 2 040000 (viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant stae by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds.0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance states producing 030000 resultant states are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence-predominance. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance.

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat esteems and reviews 020000 Nibbaýna. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominant states. (I) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by predominance condition. are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. which 060000 are neither resultants nor producing resultant states.

Path by predominance condition. Taking it as estimable object. 090000 Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage.Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Nibbaýna is related to Fruition by 050000 predominance condition. (2) (x) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by predominance condition. (One) esteems. arises lust. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners esteem and review Nibbaýna. . arises wrong views . . enjoys and delights in the eye. purification. Taking it as estimable object. . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. (One) esteems. arises wrong views. ear . . enjoys and delights in the aggregates. arises lust. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7 .

(i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by proximity condition. Resultant mind-element is related to resultant mindconsciousness element by proximiy condition. (1) (iv) State producing resultant state is related to resultant state by proximity condition. adaptation to purification . Adaptation to change-of-lineage . Preceding aggregates. the states producing resultant states. Life-continuum is related to advertence by proximity-8 1 2 0 40 0 0 0 0 condition. Resultant mind-consciousness element is related to functional mind-consciousness element by proximity condition. (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by proximity condition.0 10 0 0 0 0 97. change-oflineage to Path . are related to subsequent aggregates. (2) (iii) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by proximity condition. the states producing resultant states. purification is related to Path by proximity condition. Five-fold consciousness is related to resultant mind-element by proximity condition. . by proximity condition. Preceding resultant aggregates are related to subsequent resultant aggregates by proximity condition.

the states producing resultant states. (2) (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by proximity condition. Preceding aggregates. functional neither-perceptionnor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. Path to Fruition . (1) (vi) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by proximity condition. which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. the Arahat's adaptation to attainment of Fruition . having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. (2) (v) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by proximity condition. by proximity condition. Advertence is related to five-fold consciousness by proximity condition. Advertence is related to the aggregates which are the states . faultless neither-perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. Learners' adaptation to attainment of Fruition . to emergence . to emergence . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. are related to subsequent aggregates.Aggregates. Aggregates.

. (3) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 7 040000 98. (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by conascence condition. . . (i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by conascence condition. One aggregate. . . three.producing resultant states by proximity condition. . . . . Resultant state is related to resultant state by contiguity condition.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 11 0 32 0 0 0 0 99. External . . . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. three. . . . nutriment-produced . . temperature-produced. One great primary. . (The same as proximity. . (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition. One resultant aggregate . .

(heart-)base is related to resultant aggregates by conascence condition. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . At the moment of conception. one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates. (1) (viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by conascence condition.At the moment of conception.one great primary of non-percipient beings. . . . state producing resultant state and state -8 1 2 080000 which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . are related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition. . (1) (x) States. . (2) (xi) States. Resultant aggregates and great parimaries are related to mind-produced matter. resultant aggregates and great primaries are related to kammaproduced matter by conascence condition. . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (2) (ix) States. At the moment of conception. are related to resultant state by conascence condition. . are related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition.

. One resultant aggregate. one resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates and (heart-)base by mutuality condition.Aggregates. . (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. At the moment of conception. . . resultant aggregates are related to (heart-)base by mutuality condition. the states producing resultant states. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 7 0 30 0 0 0 0 100. One aggregate. is related . . . (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. At the moment of conception. . At the moment of conception. . (3) (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by mutuality condition. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by mutuality condition. the state producing resultant state. .

. . (2) (viii) States.to three aggregates . At the moment of conception. . resultant and state which is neither resultant-8 1 2 050000 nor producing resultant state. . (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state . One aggregate. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependent 13 0 34 0 0 0 0 101. . . . (1) (v) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by mutuality condition. the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base. (1) (7 questions). . is related to three aggregates . (heart-)base is related to resultant aggregates.(1) (vi) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by mutuality condition. At the moment of conception. two aggregates are related to two aggregates. . two aggregates are related to two aggregates . . . three. . . are related to resultant state. .(i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by dependence condition. . . . . . .

Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness by dependence condition . . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . are related to state . (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates. . . . . . . (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. One eye-consciousness-accompanied aggregate and eyebase. . . are related to resultant state by dependence condition. . . . (3) (x) States. . three. (heart-base to resultant aggregates. . . . . . (heart-)base to resultant aggregates. . .(1) (viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state. At the moment of conception. . . . . (1) (xi) States. . (2) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by dependence condition. At the moment of conception. . . one body-consciousness-accompanied aggregates and body-base .producing resultant state . . one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregtes . the states producing resultant states. body-base to body-consciousness . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base.

are related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by dependence condition.) At the moment of conception. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by strongdependence condition. (2) (13 questions). . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . (1) (xiii) States. the state producing resultant state. and (heart-)base. (2) (xii) States. . . . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 9 030000 102. . . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. One aggregate. are -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 related to state producing resultant state by dependence condition. the states producing resultant states. . Resultant aggregates and great primaries . . . The aggregates .which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter. . (Abbreviated. . .

attainment of Fruition by strong- .(it is of two kinds. . bodily pain. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Bodily happiness is related 080000 to bodily happiness. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . Bodily pain is related to bodily happiness. bodily pain. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition.

dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. . (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of . . Attainment of Fruition is related to bodily happiness by strong-dependence condition. . (It is of two kinds.

. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. bodily pain is related to confidence . By the strongdependence of bodily pain. Bodily happiness. (it is of three kinds. . . undertakes the precept . . wish by strong-dependence condition. (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by strong-dependence condition. . . 010000 -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. causes schism in the Sanþgha. (one) offers the offering. undertakes the precept . causes schism in the Sanþgha.0 10 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. (one) offers the offering. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c .

enters the (functional) attainment which has arisen. . by the strong-dependence of bodily pain.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. (The Arahat). suffering and impersonality of the formations. . . . generates the functional attainment which has not yet arisen. by the strong0 10 0 0 0 0 dependence of bodily happiness. . generates the functional attainment which has not yet arisen. enters the (functional) arrainment which has arises. practises insight into the impermanency. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat. . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds. (3) 103.

. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 24 0 0 0 0 .a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence.

. . The preparation for first Path to first . . . . . By the strong-dependence of wish. . nothingness to neither-perception-nor-non-perception. learning . . adopts wrong views . . . Learners. . caused schism in the Sanþgha. . arouses conceit. The Path is related to the Learner's analytical knowledge of meaning . . lust. . wish is related to confidence. kills a living being . . . . the preparation for fourth Path to fourth . . . wrong views . . (one) offers the offering . the preparation for neither-perception-nor-non-perception to neither-perception-nor-non-perception . . wish by strong-dependence condition. . . precept . . . . . . (one) offers the offering . . . The preperation for first jhaýna to first . generate the faultless attainments which have not yet arisen. . delusion . . Wrong views to wrong views . By the strong-dependence of wisdom. first Path to second . . . third Path is related to fourth Patj by strong dependence condition. . generosity.confidence. . . precept . . Killing is related to killing . . . wrong views by strongdependence condition. . (one) offers the offering . . by the strong-dependence of the Path. . . . . . develops attainment. . . . -8 1 2 070000 . Confidence . first jhaýna to second . . conceit. knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by strong-dependence condition. adopts wrong views . . . . . . . . hate . . . .

. . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. Wrong views with fixed destiny is related to wrong views with fixed destiny . . . . . . (1) (v) State producing resultant state is related to resultant state by strong-dependence condition. .ill-will. . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. causing schism in the Sanþgha by strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds. . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence . wrong views with fixed destiny. Matricide to matricide .

. . (it is of two kinds. . Path is related to the attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. bodily pain. wish is related to bodily happiness. experieneces the suffering caused by searching . (one) tortures oneself. attainment of Fruition by strongdependence condition. Confidence . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. By the strong-dependence of wish. . Faultless or faulty kamma us related to resultant by strong-dependence condition. tortures oneself fully. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. tortures oneself fully . . . .0 1 -1 1 0 0 : by the strong-dependence of 0 12 0 0 0 0 confidence. . . (2) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by strongdependence condition. (one) tortures oneself.

knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by strong-dependence condition. The Path is related to the Arahat's analytical knowledge of meaning .practises insight into the impermanency suffering and impersonality of the formations.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat. (3) 104. generates the functional attainment which has not yet arises. (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by strong-dependence condition. . enters the (functional) attainment which has arisen . (It is of three kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . by the strong0 11 0 0 0 0 dependence of the Path.

. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat. food. . . generates the functional attainment which has nor yet arisen . by the strong040000 dependence of temperature . . . lodging-place. . . .) object-strong-dependence. . (1) .

. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence.Mm-8 1 2 040000 (viii) State which is neither resultant not producing resultant state is related to resultant state by strong-dependence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . (it is of three kinds.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. (2) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by strong-dependence condition. lodging060000 place is related to bodily happiness. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence.c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Temperature. bodily pain. food. (it is of three kinds.

causes schism in the Sanþgha. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 070000 temperature. . . . food. . food. . . . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. (one) offers the offering .c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. lodging-place is related to confidence . wish by strong-dependence condition. By the strong-dependence of lodgingplace. . (one) offers the offering . . . Temperature. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 040000 .

105. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence. . . (it is of two kinds. . body . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat practises insight into 060000 the impermanency . . visible objects . . . of the eye . . (i) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state whcih is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by prenascence condition. .

. (hears) the sound. (The Arahat). (He) practises insight into the impermanency . (sees) the visible object. (1) (ii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by prenascence condition.tangible objects. . by prenascence condition. . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence. by the power of divine-eye. -8 1 2 010000 (It is of two kinds. . the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the aggre040000 gates. By the power of divineear element. of the (heart-)base. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .

. . enjoy and delight in (the eye). Visible object-base to eye-consciousness by prenascence . .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. . arises grief. Taking it as object arises lust. . . . . ear. . . (heart-)base . . tangible object-base to body-consciousness. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldlings 090000 practise insight into the impermanency. (They) practise insight into the impermanency . . suffering and impersonality of the eye . arises as registering. When the faultless or faulty has ceased. . the resultant arises as registering. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . .

.b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base to eye-consciousness . (2) (iii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by prenascence condition. ( . . (It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence. . 060000 body-base to body-consciousness. . (heart-)base is related to resultant aggregates by prenascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 base-prenascence.

by prenascence . . (They). . 060000 of the eye. . grief. (see) the visible object. . arises grief. practise insight into the impermanency . . . . (hear) the sound. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the aggre040000 gates. ear . By the power of divine-ear element.2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldlings . . by the power of divine-eye. . . . . . . Taking it as object arises lust . the states producing resultant states. . . (heart-)base.

.condition. -8 1 2 050000 (iii) State which is neithre resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by postnascence condition. (i) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by postnascence condition. . (1) (ii) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by postnascence condition. . (i) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by repetition condition. . . . Postnascent resultant aggregates are related to this prenacent body by postnascence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 107. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 3 080000 106. .

Resultant volition is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. are related to subsequent aggregates. . purification is related to Path by repetition condition. Preceding . resultant volition to kamma-produced matter. change-of -lineage to Path . (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by kamma condition. the states producing resultant states. At the moment of conception. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 9 0 21 0 0 0 0 108. Adaptation to change-of-lineage . . . (2) . adaptation the purification . . .Preceding aggregates. the states producing resultant states. Volition is related to (heart-)base by kamma condition. (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition. . (ii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by repetition condition. At the moment of conception. Resultant volition is related to mind-produced matter by kamma condition. . condition. . resultant volition. . .

Resultant volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. (3) (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by kamma condition. is related to resultant aggregates by kamma condition. the state producing resultant state.(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition. (It is of two kinds. (2) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition. . resultant volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 Volition. Asynchronous volition. At the moment of conception. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence (-kamma). the state producing resultant state. (1) (v) State producing resultant state is related to resultant state by kamma condition.

is related to kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. the state producing resultant 0 22 0 0 0 0 state.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) asynchronous (kamma). . the state producing resultant state. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent volition. is 020000 related to mind-produced matter by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Asynchrounous volition. (3) (vii) State producing resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition.

Asynchronous volition. -8 1 2 0 18 0 0 0 0 One resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates by resultant condition . the state producing resultant state. is related to resultant aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. . the state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by resultant condition. (1) . (5) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kama condition. the state producing resultant state. . is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 3 020000 109. At the moment of conception. . is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. . Volition. (4) (viii) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition. . Volition.

three. (i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by nutriment condition. . .) (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by nutriment condition . (Conception also ought to be done for these three. . . . . Resultant nutriments to (their) associated aggregates . . three.(ii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by resultant condition. one resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition. . One resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition. At the moment of conception. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 7 0 15 0 0 0 0 110. Resultant aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by resultant condition. . (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by resultant condition. At the moment of conception. resultant aggregates are related to kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . . . . . aggregates to (heart-)base. .

(i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by faculty condition. the states which are neither resultant nor producing resultant states. Nutriment. are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. . the states which are neither resultants nor -producing resultant states. are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition. . . (1) .) (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by faculty condition. Edible food is related to this body by nutriment condition. . three. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 9 050000 111. (Conception ought to be done.(vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by nutriment condition. . (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing-8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by faculty condition. Faculties. three. Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced matter by faculty condition. .

(2) (ix) States. (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by jhaýna condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 7 0 12 0 0 0 0 112. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by jhaýna condition . . . Eye-faculty is related to eye-consciousness by faculty condition . . body-faculty and body-consciousness are related to bodyconsciousness-accompanied aggregates by faculty condition. Jhaýna factors. three. . body-faculty .(viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by faculty condition. . . . three. are related to (their) associated . are related to resultant state by faculty condition. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. Eye-faculty and eye-consciousness are related to eyeconsciousness-accompanied aggregates by faculty condition . . . . (i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by jhaýna condition. .

are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by path condition.aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. three. (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing -8 1 2 070000 resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by path condition. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 7 060000 113. three. . (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by association condition. (iv)-(vi) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by path condition . (i)-(iii) Resultant state is related to resultant state by path condition. the states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 3 0 13 0 0 0 0 114. Path factors. . . . .

(i) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by dissociation condition. two aggregates to two. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 5 040000 115. . . .One resultant aggregates to three . . . . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by association condition. (ii) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by associated condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. . (iii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by association condition. (it is of two kinds. . At the moment of conception. . . . .

resultant aggregates are related to kammaproduced matter by dissociation condition . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascenct resultant aggregates are related to mind050000 produced matter by dissociation condition. aggregates are related to (heart-)base by dissociation condition. At the moment of conception. (It is of two kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascence resultant aggregates are related to this 050000 prenascent body by dissociation condition.) postnascence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (1) (ii) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by dissociation condition.

are related to this prenascent body by dissociation condition. are related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. the states producing resultant 060000 states. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. the states producing resultant 020000 states. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. (1) (iii) State which is neither resultant not producing resultant .

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. the states which are neither 030000 resultants nor producing resultant states. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascent aggregates.state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by dissociation condition. are related to mind- . (It is of three kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence.

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . the states which are neither 050000 resultants nor producing resultant states. (It is of two kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Prenascent (heart-)base is related to the aggregates.produced matter by dissociation condition. (1) (iv) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by dissociation condition. the 030000 states which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates. by dissociation condition. are related to this prenascent body by dissociation condition.

b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. . body-base 090000 to body-consciousness . . . conascent (heart-)base is 020000 related to resultant aggregates by dissociation condition. (2) (v) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by dissociation condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Prenascent eye-base to eye-consciousness . . Prenascent (heart-)base is related to the aggregates. by dissociation condition. the states producing resultant states. (heart-)base is related to resultant aggregates by dissociation condition . (3) .

. . . one resultant aggregate to three.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 13 070000 116. . . (1) (ii) Resultant state to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . One resultant aggregate to three. . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. At the moment of conception. . 010000 -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . (It is of two kinds. .

. .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent resultant aggregates are related to mind040000 produced matter by presence condition. . . At the moment of conception . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by presence condition. One resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent resultant aggregates are related to this 0 15 0 0 0 0 prenascent body by presence condition. (iv) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by presence condition. . (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by presence condition. . (1) (v) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by . . . At the moment of conception. (3) 117. resultant aggregates are related to kammaproduced matter by presence condition.

the states producing resultant 0 12 0 0 0 0 .presence condition. (It is of two kinds. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates. are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. the states producing resultant 030000 states.

states. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . . the state producing resultant state. (3) (vii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . One aggregate. . (2) (vi) State producing resultant state to state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor-producing resultant state. . . (It is of five kinds. are related to this prenascent body by presence condition. is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.

. great primaries are related to mindproduced and kamma-produced derived matter by presence condition. . is related to three-8 1 2 080000 aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) faculty. . temperatureproduced. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mindproduced matter by presence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate. nutriment-produced . One great primary . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. . . External . one great primary of non-percipient beings. the state which is neither 010000 resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . .) postnascence. .

. impermanency .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Arahat . . 040000 of the eye . sees the visible object. by the power of divine-eye. . . . . (heart-)base. . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . ear . hears the sound. . . (The Arahat). By the power of divine-ear element. impermanency .

by presence condition. the states which are neither 030000 resultants nor producing resultant states. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food is related to this body by presence condition. (1) . 030000 the state which are neither resultants nor producing resultant states. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced matter 050000 by presence condition. are related to this prenascent body by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates.: (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.(viii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by presence condition. (It is of two kinds. conascent (heart-)base is 020000 related to resultant aggregates by presence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( .

. the resultant (arises as) registering. . (heart-)base . body050000 . When the faultless or faulty has ceased. . . . . . . . . . . ear . . Visible object-base to eyeconsciousness . enjoy . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base to eye-consciousness . . grief. . . of the eye . Taking it as object (arises) lust .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldlings . . . 070000 impermanency. resultant (arises as) registering. tangible object-base to body-consciousness. . . .

. (heart-)base is related to resultant aggregates by presence condition. ear . impermanency .base to body-consciousness . . . . . . of the (heart-)base . . (They). arises grief. . by the power of divine-eye. . . . 040000 impermanency . arises grief . . . . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : learners or common worldlings . (2) (ix) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by presence condition. . . of the eye . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . enjoy. . .

One resultant aggregate and (heart-)base to three aggregates. . (3) 118. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent eye-con0 10 0 0 0 0 sciousness-accompanied aggregate and eye-base to three. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . . . by presence condition. are related to state which is .prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates. one resultant aggregate and (heart-)base to three. body-consciousness-accompanied . . (x) States. are related to resultant state by presence condition. . 050000 the states producing resultant states. . (1) (xi) States. At the moment of conception. . resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. .

(It is of three kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (mixed) 010000 postnascence-nutriment.neither resultant nor producing resultant state by presence condition. At the . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (mixed postnascence-)faculty. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent resultant aggregates and great primaries are 040000 related to mind-produced matter by presence condition.

(2) . resultant aggregates and great primaries are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed postnascence-faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 :) Postnascent resultant 060000 aggregates and physical life-faculty are related to kammapreduced matter by presence condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed postnascence-nutriment 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Postnascent resultant 020000 aggregates and edible food to this body . .moment of conception.

state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. . ( . . are-8 1 2 030000 related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by presence condition. . state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. . (I) (xiii) States. and (heart-)base to three . (It is of three kinds.(xii) States. 040000 the state producing resultant state. to state producing resultant state. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent aggregate.

the states producing resultant 030000 states. and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (mixed) 010000 postnascence-nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (mixed postnascence-)faculty.

and physical life-faculty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition. and edible food are related to this prenascent body by presence condition. (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 7. Disappearance 7 and Non-disappearance 13 210000 040000 . the 040000 states producing resultant states.Mixed postnascence-nutriment 0 1 -1 1 0 0 :) Postnascent aggregates. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 )( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mixed postnascence-faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 :) Postnascent aggregates. 030000 the states producing resultant states.

mutuality 5. nutriment 7. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 Common 11 070000 With root condition and predominance (there are) 7 (answers). strong-dependence 9. absence 7. faculty 9. association 3. With root 7. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE 210000 By Ones 080000 (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 120. predominance 10. jhaýna 7. dissociation 3. object 9. . non-disappearance 7. kamma 9. conascence 7. . association 3. repetition 2. resultant 3. proximity 7. path 7. faculty 7. postnascence 3. mutuality 7. presence 7.) I. (Absence and disappearance are the same as proximity. path 7. contiguity 7. resultant 3. non-disappearance 13. presence 13. dependence 7.119. Resultant state . dissociation 5. disappearance 7. Non-disapearance is the same as presence. prenascence 3. (Expand in the same way as enumerated in the Positive . dependence 13. conascence 11.

strong-dependence condition. strong-dependence .Enumeration of the Faultless Triplet "Investigation " Chapter. (4) (v) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by object condition. (1) (vi) State producing resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition.) End of Positive-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 2. kamma condition. strong-dependence condition. conascence condition. (2) (vii) State producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. (2) (iii) Resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. connascence condition. SELECTION OF THE CONDITIONS FOR NEGATIVE 121. postnascence condition. (i) Resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition. conascence condition. strong-dependence condition. (1) (ii) Resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by object condition. conascence condition. strong-dependence condition. strong-dependence condition. (3) (iv) Resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition.

strong-dependence condition. postnascence condition. prenascence condition. postnascence condition. (4) (ix) State producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence condition. (1) (xi) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to resultant state by object condition. are related to resultant state by conascence-prenascence. conascence condition. kamma condition. (5) (x) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by object condition. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. (2) -8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 (xii) State which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state is related to state producing resultant state by object condition. strong-dependence condition. nutriment condition. (3) (viii) State producing resultant state is related to resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by kamma condition. (3) (xiii) States.condition. prenascence condition. (1) . strong-dependence condition. faculty condition. conascence condition. prenascence condition.

not-strong-dependence 16. are related to state producing resultant state by conascence-prenascence. not-prenascence 14. postnascence-nutriment-faculty. not-presence 10. (1) (xvi) States. not-association 12. not-proximity 16. not-predominance 16. not-dissociation 10. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. are related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence. resultant and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. not-path 16. not-absence 16. notkamma 15. not-contiguity 16. notmutuality 12. . not-repetition 16. postnascence-nutriment-faculty. not-conascence 12. not-object 16. state producing resultant state and state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state. not-non-disappearance 10. (2) 2. not-nutriment 16. not-postnascence 16. (2) (xv) States. with not-root 16. not-disappearance 16. not-faculty 16. not-resultant 14. not-dependence 12. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 090000 122.(xiv) States. not-jhaýna 16. are related to state which is neither resultant nor producing resultant state by conascence.

(Expand in the same way as expanded in the Negative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. not-jhaýna 7. 210000 . not -nondisappearance 10. not-mutuality 3. not-disappearance 7. notdissociation 3.210000 By Twos 050000 With not-root condition and not-object 16 . not-predominance 7. not-kamma 7. With root condition. not-proximity 7. . not-association 3. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 123. not-faculty 7. .) End of Negative-8 1 2 020000 3. notrepetition 7. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 7. not-resultant 4. not-object 7. not-path 7. not-strongdependence 7. not-postnascence 7. not-absence 7. not-nutriment 7.

.Combinations 0 11 0 0 0 0 Combinations of root. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 070000 124. prenascence 3. (Expand in the same way as expanded in the Positive-Negative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. proximity 7. association 3. jhaýna 7. This recital should be done Without confusion. notdisappearance 7. strong-dependence 9. repetition 2. . presence 13. . path 7. . notresultant 4 . postnascence 3. . With not-root condition. contiguity 7.) End of Positive-Negative 4. . faculty 9. disappearance 7. . . not-object 7 . object 9. resultant 3. predominance 10. conascence. mutuality 7. . conascence 11. not-association 3. absence 7. not-mutuality 3 . dissociation 5. presence and non-disappearance. kamma 9. non-disappearance 13. nutriment 7. not-dissociation 3 . dependence. dependence 13.

. . non-disappearance 13. . predominance 7 . (Expand in the same way as expanded in the Negative-Positive Enumeration of Faultless Triplet.) End of Negative-Positive END OF RESULTANT TRIPLET -8 1 2 010000 4.210000 By Threes 070000 With not-root and not-object conditions. CLINGING TRIPLET 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 I. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 020000 I. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 9 0 33 0 0 0 0 1.

arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . by root condition. .Dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises kamma-produced derived matter. dependent on aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. arise three geat primaries . (state) acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and (state) not-acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. dependent on great primaries. dependent on two aggregates. . arise two . dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . Dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates. . arise two aggregates. (I) (ii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise states. (2) (iii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. . arises two great primaries . . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. dependent on two great primaries. dependent on two aggregates. dependent on (heart-base. . arise three aggregates . Dependent on one great primary acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. At the moment of conception. arise (heart-)base . Dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.

(3) (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (2) state 640000 not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . dependent on two aggregates. Nn-8 1 2 0 42 0 0 0 0 Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Comprises (1) states acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. Dependent on one great primary not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) (v) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not .aggregates and mind-produced matter. dependent on great primaries. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. . arises mind-produced derived matter. . arise three great primaries . .

dependent on two aggregates. arises mind-produced matter. dependent on two aggregates. (1) (vi) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. .favourable to clinging arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arise states. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . . (3) ( ( viii) Dependeny on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (state) not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (2) (vii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. arises mindproduced matter. arise two aggregates. by root condition. (1) . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and notfavourable to clinging and great primaries. arise three aggregates . Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.

by object condition. . . (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. .(ix) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and (state) not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . (i) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favour- . . Dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 2. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 5 0 19 0 0 0 0 3. . . At the moment of conception. (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . . (iii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . arises mind-produced matter. . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. . three. .

dependent on great primaries. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. (v) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity. etc. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. arises mind-produced derived matter. Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries. three. by contiguity condition . arises mind-produced matter. by conascence condition. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. .able to clinging. . . . . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by proximity condition . (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . . . Dependent on one great primary . . . . (1) (ii)-(iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . 060000 4. Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging.

. dependent on great primaries. . (ii)-(iii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . . External . . Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. -8 1 2 0 27 0 0 0 0 Dependent on one great primary . three. . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition. . At the moment of conception.Dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . . (ix) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and . (viii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not-acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . . (v)-(vii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . dependent on one temperature-produced great primary . . . (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arises mind-produced derived matter. dependent on great primaries. three. arises kamma-produced derived matter . nutriment-produced . Dependent on one great primary . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings . dependent on great primaries. . . . . . . . arises kamma-produced derived matter. . not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . . .

. dependent on aggregates. . . nutriment-produced .favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. -8 1 2 070000 (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . . . . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by mutuality condition. At the moment of conception. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 3 0 11 0 0 0 0 5. . . . dependent on (heart-)base. . . dependent on two great primaries. (iii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . External . arise three aggregates and (heart-)base . . Dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise two great primaries . . Dependent on one great primary . . . . . . . . arises (heart-)base . temperature-produced. . (arises state) not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. . (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates.

three. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. by dependence condition. . . nine. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 050000 7. . . . Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging but . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by repetition condition. . (i)-(iii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 9. . . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 8. (i) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Strong-dependence 3 050000 6. three. . . by trongdependence condition .

. three.favourable to clinging. . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by resultant condition . (The same as root condition nine. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 9 060000 9. . . (i)-(iii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by repetition condition. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by kamma condition. . Dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but . .) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 9 030000 10.

. . . by non-disappearance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment. . . Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . . . . by absence condition . by association condition . by jhaýna condition . . . by disappearance condition . . Dependent on one resultant aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition . . 0 12 0 0 0 0 11. . nine. arises state not by clinging but favourable to clinging by resultant condition. dependent on great primaries. by path condition . by presence condition . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by resultant condition. Dependent on one great primary . (v)-(ix) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . by dissociation condition . . . by faculty condition . arises mind-produced derived matter. . . (Expand as expanded in " Dependent " Chapter of the Faultless Triplet by way of recital. . . arise three aggregates .favourable to clinging. . . . .) . etc.

mutuality 3. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Twos 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 050000 With root condition and object 3 . jhaýna 9. dependence 9. nutriment 9. dissociation 9. predominance 5. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 070000 12. . strongdependence 3. . proximity 3. prenascence 3. absence 3. conascence 9. object 3. non-disappearance 9. contiguity 3. resultant 9. repetition 2. faculty 9. presence 9. association 3. path 9. non-disappearance 9.) End of Positive 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 .1. disappearance 3. (Enumerate as enumerated in the "Dependent " Enumeration of the Faultless Triplet by way of recital. kamma 9. With root 9.

arises . . . -8 1 2 020000 2. arise three aggregates . arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . dependent on two aggregates. . arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates and kamma-produced matter . . Dependent on one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings . . . dependent on great primaries. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-root condition. dependent on great primaries.root 5 0 35 0 0 0 0 13. At the moment of rootless conception. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not. arises (heart-)base . (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . dependent on aggregates. arises kammaproduced derived matter.6 1 -1 1 0 0 Cannot be " common" as in the Text. dependent on (heart-)base. dependent on two aggregates. arise aggregates. arise three great primaries . Dependent on one great primary. dependent on one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. .

nutriment- . . . arises mind-produced matter. (2) (iii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. Dependent on rootless aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . .kamma-produced derived matter. External . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. Dependent on one great primary not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . Dependent on one rootless aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . (1) (ii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. dependent on two aggregates. . arises mind-produced derived matter. arise states. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates and-8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 mind-produced matter . Dependent on one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . (3) (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. dependent on great primaries.

arises (heart-)base. arises mindproduced matter. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 6 0 18 0 0 0 0 14. . arises derived matter. dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. dependent on great primaries. dependent on one great . .produced . Dependent on one great primary . (1) (v) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. Dependent on doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. dependent on aggregates. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness accompanied delusion. (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. dependent on one temperature-produced great primary . arises kammaproduced matter . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-object condition. At the moment of conception. . . . . Dependent on rootless aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries.

(1) (ii) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises mind-produced matter. . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries. (2) (iii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-object condition. arises mind- . . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . (1) (v) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. Dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . (1) (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . . . arises mind-produced matter. . arises mind-produced matter. dependent on one temperature-produced great-primary . nutriment-produced . . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-object condition.primary of non-percipient beings . External . Dependent on-8 1 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 one great primary. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-object condition. Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . arises state acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-object condition. . .

three. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-object condition. (1) (vi) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. . . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not predominance 6 0 16 0 0 0 0 15. arises predominance not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (iv) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . arises mind-produced matter.Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. (i)-(iii). arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-predominance conditon. one.produced matter. (v) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) (vi) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and . . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . (Conception is completed) .

. . . Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arise three aggregates. . . Dependent on one resultant aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . by not-prenascence condition . . (Abbreviated.) . Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. by not-postnascence condition . . . arises mind-produced matter. .favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. by not-strongdependence condition . etc. by not-mutuality condition. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-repetition condition. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-proximity condition . . 0 14 0 0 0 0 16. by not-contiguity condition . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. . . -8 1 2 040000 Dependent on aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. . . . . by not-repetition condition .

. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition. arises volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . . . (1) (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 17. (i) Dependent one state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. -8 1 2 . . . Dependent on faultless aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 6 040000 18. External . arises volition not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. nutriment-produced . Dependent on aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition. . (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings .

. arise three aggregates . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not -resultant condition. arises mind-produced-matter. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 19. (iii)-(v) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable . arises kamma-produced derived matter. . (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition . Dependent on faultless aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries. one. Dependent on one faultless aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (vi) Dependent on state. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. three.0 20 0 0 0 0 dependent on great primaries. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition.

Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-nutriment condition. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-faculty 2 060000 20. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-faculty condition. . dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. . External . . arises physical life-faculty. dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. nutriment-produced . .to clinging. (1) (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but-8 1 2 060000 favourable to clinging. External . . (1) (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . . . . . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-faculty condition. (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-nutriment condition. . Dependent on great primaries of non-percipient beings. .

(i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-path 5 070000 22. . . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-path condition. . External . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-jhaýna 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 21. . . . dependent on one temperature-produced great primary. . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-jhaýna condition. . nutriment-produced . (1) (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-jhaýna condition. . . Dependent on one fivefold consciousness-accompanied aggregate. . arise three aggregates. Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging .

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-dissociation 3 040000 24. arise three aggregates. .Dependent on one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. five. dependent on one aggregate acquired-8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 by clinging and favourable to clinging. . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-association 6 060000 23. Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-dissociation condition. Dependent on one great primary of non-percipient beings . . (1) (ii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging but . . (The same as notobject condition. . In the immaterial plane. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-association condition. . . arise three aggregates . . (i) Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.

. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-dissociation condition. . arise two aggregates. . dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-absence condition . . dependent on one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . Dependent on state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-dissociation condition. arise three aggregates . In the immaterial plane. by not-disappearance condition. (1) (iii) Dependent on state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (Expand in the same way as expanded in the negative Chapter of Faultless Triplet. . . .) . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-absence 6. . . dependent on one temperature-produced great primary . . arise three aggregates . . In the immaterial plane. External . nutriment-produced . . Not-disappearance 6 090000 25. dependent on two aggregates.favourable to clinging.

) . not-path 5. not-association 4. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 020000 With not-root condition and not-object 4. (Enumerate in the same way as the Faultless Triplet Enumeration. . .2. not-object 6. not-jhaýna 2. notrepetition 9. not-disappearance 6. not-kamma 2. not-contiguity 6. not-predominance 5. not-kamma 1 . notdissociation 3. not-strongdependence 6. . not-mutuality 6. not-predominance 6. not-proximity 4 . . not-association 6. -8 1 2 080000 not-resultant 2 . not-repetition 5. not-jhaýna 2. not-dissociation 2 . not-disappearance 4. not-absence 6. notproximity 6. not-postnascence 9. not-path 5. not-faculty 2. not-nutriment 2. . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 26. . With not-root 5. not-prenascence 7. not-resultant 6.

.End of Negative 3. .) End of Positive-Negative 4. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 0 10 0 0 0 0 27. . . with root condition. . not-repetition 9. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 0 15 0 0 0 0 28. object 2 . (Enumerate in the same way as the Positive-Negative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. not-postnascence 9. not-prenascence 7. not-kamma 2. not-dissociation 3 . . notdisappearance 6. not-object 6 . . notresultant 6. not-association 6. conascence 5. With not-root condition.

prenascence 2. Conascent with state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. association 2. repetition 1. .) End of Negative-Positive End of " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 4. dependence 5. . (Enumerate in the same way as the Negative-Positive Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 11 0 30 0 0 0 0 . jhaýna 5. non-disappearance 5. path 1. . strong-dependence 2.mutuality 2. dissociation 5 . " CONASCENT " CHAPTER 1-4. CONDITIONS : THE SET OF FOUR 29. kamma 5 . CLINGING TRIPLET III.) End of " CONASCENT " CHAPTER 4. -8 1 2 070000 ( " Dependent " Chapter and " Conascent " Chapter are the same. . CLINGING TRIPLET II. "CONDITIONED" CHAPTER I.

arise states. Conditioned by (heart-)base. At the moment of conception . arises kammaproduced derived matter. . conditioned by aggregates.30. Conditioned by aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition. Conditioned by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. (2) (iii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates. . (3) (iv) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises mind-produced matter. . conditioned by great primaries. arises (heart-)base . Conditioned by one great primary. arise aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arise three aggregates. Conditioned by (heart-)base. . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourabled to clinging arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. acquired by clinging and favourable . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise three great primaries . conditioned by (heart-)base. . . (1) (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. .

arise two aggregates. . arise three aggregates . (ix) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . (v) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. three. . Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. . . . (4) 210000 -8 1 2 0 34 0 0 0 0 31. (vi)-(viii) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . Conditioned by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. by root condition. (1) (x) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition.to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . one. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition .

(1) (xi) Conditioned by state. arise three aggregates . . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 7 050000 32 (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. arises mind-produced matter. Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. conditioned by-8 1 2 . . arise three aggregates . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. Conditioned by aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. arise two aggregates. arises mindproduced matter. Conditioned by aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries. Conditioned by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.

arise aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises body-consciousness . . conditioned by body-base.0 41 0 0 0 0 two aggregates. . (3) (iv) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arise two aggregates . (2) (iii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by obeject condition. arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . conditioned by (heart-)base. conditioned by (heart-)base. Conditioned by (heart-)base. At the moment of conception. . (1) (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. conditioned . Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arise aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises eye-consciousness . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. conditioned by one aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregates. conditioned by two aggregates. . arise aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. arise three aggregates . Conditioned by eye-base.

. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by object condition. arise . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. arise two aggregates.by two aggregates. . arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . (1) (vi) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by object condition. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. (1) Oo-8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 (vii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. conditioned by two aggregates. . arise three aggregates . arise two aggregates. Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. (1) (v) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . . Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base.

arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by predominance condition. (1) (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . . Conditioned by (heart-)base.two aggregates. . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. (viii) Conditioned by state. (vii) Conditioned by state. not acquired by clinging but . arise aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. three. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition . . . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . one. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 9 0 29 0 0 0 0 33. (iv)-(vi) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. Conditioned by (heart-)base. (2) (iii) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. by predominance condition. . . . arise aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.

arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. . (Expand the 24 conditions. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 080000 34. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base arise two aggregates. By non-disappearance condition. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by proximity condition. . . . . . by predominance condition. . (ix) Conditioned by state. arise three aggregates . . Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. .) 1. Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. .favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging .

non-disappearance 11. non-disappearance 11. repetition 6. jhaýna 11.210000 0 1 -1 1 0 0 35. . conascence 11. (Enumerate in the same way as the enumeration of the Faultless Triplet. association 7. resultant 11. kamma 11. prenascence 7. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .) End of Positive 2. presence 11. object 7. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 With root condition and object 7 . dependence 11. dissociation 11. proximity 7. strong-dependence 7. predominance 9. path 11. disappearance 7. 070000 contiguity 7. absence 7. mutuality 7. . nutriment 11. With root 11. faculty 11.

conditioned by (heart-)base. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. one great primary of non-percipient beings . arise rootless aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arises mind-produced matter. Conditioned by (heart-)base. arise rootless aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises eye-consciousness . . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-root condition. Conditioned by eye-base. (2) (iii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . conditioned by body-base. arises body-consciousness . . . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to -8 1 2 . At the moment of rootless condition. (1) 0 39 0 0 0 0 (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . Conditioned by (heart-)base.Not-root 5 0 10 0 0 0 0 36. . . Conditioned by rootless aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. arise states. Conditioned by one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . .

arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. arise two aggregates. Conditioned by doubtaccompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates and . . . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. by not-root condition. matter. (1) (v) Conditioned by state. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. Conditioned by one rootless aggregate bot acquired by clining but favourable to clinging. . arises mindproduced matter. (3) (iv) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . Conditioned by doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates.clinging. . arise three aggregates . nutriment-produced . . . . Conditioned by one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. Conditioned by rootless aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. Conditioned by one rootless aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. . one temperature-produced great primary . . arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter. . . External . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. .

Conditioned by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-predominance 8 0 33 0 0 0 0 38. (Abbreviated. . (1) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-object 6 050000 37. . . . Conditioned by . Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. (1) (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . arises acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. arises mind-produced matter.(heart-)base. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-object condition . Conditioned by aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition.

(4) (v) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . . by not-predominance condition. arise states.) (vi) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) -8 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 (vii) Conditioned by state. Conditioned by (heart-)base. acquired by clinging and favour- .(heart-)base. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . arises state not acquired by clinging and notfavourable by clinging by not-predominance condition. (3) (iv) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. Conditioned by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging arise three aggregates and mindproduced matter . arises predominance not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises predominance not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (2) (iii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise aggregtes not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Conditioned by aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (one question. . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. .

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. by not-contiguity condition .able to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. by not-mutuality condition . . . by not-strong- . Conditioned by aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. arise three aggregates . . Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not proximity condition . arises predominance not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-proximity. . Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable able to clinging. (1) (viii) Conditioned by state. arises mind-produced matter. . 080000 39. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-predominance condition. . arise two aggregates. . Conditioned by aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries. etc. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. .

Conditioned by (heart-)base. arises volition not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition. . arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition. . . . (1) 010400 (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favour050000 able to clinging. by not-postnascence condition . . arises faultless volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition.dependence condition . by not-repetition condition. (2) (iii) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but-8 1 2 0 30 0 0 0 0 favourable to clinging. Conditioned by aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging arises volition not acquired by clinging . Conditioned by (heart-)base. . by not-prenascence condition . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-kamma 6 050000 40. . (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . arises faultless volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. arises volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) (vi) Conditioned by state. (1) (iv) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . Conditioned by faultless aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition Conditioned by aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. External . . . . arises volition not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. conditioned by one temperature-produced great primary. (1) (v) Conditioned by state. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-kamma condition. nutriment-produced . . . Conditioned by faultless aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.but favourable to clinging.

three. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition. . Conditioned by (heart-)base. (1) (ii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. (3) (iv) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . Conditiond by one great primery of non-percipient beings. -8 1 2 0 31 0 0 0 0 Conditioned by (heart-)base . arise aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (v)-(vii) Conditioned by state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . . one. . . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition. (i) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise faultless aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . (2) (iii) Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-resultant 10 090000 41. . .

.(viii) Conditioned by state. 080000 42. . Conditioned by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.) (ix) Conditioned by state. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to . . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-nutriment. (Abbreviated. Conditioned by one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base. (Abbreviated. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. conditioned by two aggregates and (heart-)base. . not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.) (x) Conditioned by state. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition. arise two aggregates. . . . etc. arise three aggregates . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-resultant condition.

not-faculty 2. (Abbreviated. CLINGING TRIPLET IV. . . . not-disappearance 6. . . by not-association condition . not-kamma 6. . . non-disappearance 5. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 44. by not-absence condition . . . by not-disappearance condition . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 43. not-object 6 . notdissociation 3. not-object 6. . by not-faculty condition . not-association 6. . . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 45. End of " CONDITIONED " CHAPTER 4. not-disappearance 6. not-path 5. not-resultant 10. not-postnascence 11. not-mutuality 6. With not-root 5. With root condition. . (Enumerate in detail. not-strongdependence 6. With not-root condition. (Enumerate in detail. notproximity 6. " SUPPORTED " CHAPTER . .) 3. not-predominance 8. not-contiguity 6. . not-absence 6. by not-path condition . . . notrepetition 11.clinging by not-nutriment condition . not-jhaýna 2. by not-dissociation condition . not-prenascence 7.) 4. not-nutriment 2.) -8 1 2 0 31 0 0 0 0 2. . object 4 . . by not-jhaýna condition . .

Supported by one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . -8 1 2 0 20 0 0 0 0 Conjoined with one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise three aggregates . conjoined with two aggregates. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. At the moment of conception. (Abbreviated. arise three aggregates . " CONJOINED " CHAPTER 1. . (i) conjoined with state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition.) (" Conditioned " Chapter and " Supported " Chapter are the same. conjoined with three aggregates. supported by three aggregates. CLINGING TRIPLET V. arises one aggregate .46.) End of " SUPPORTED " CHAPTER 4. conjoined with one aggregate acquired by clinging and favour- . . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 3 030000 47. supported by state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arise two aggregates.

arise two aggregates. arise three aggregates . arise three aggregates . . .able to clinging. conjoined with two aggregates. resultant 2 . . . . CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE . . .) End of Positive 2. conjoined with two aggregates. . arise two aggregates . Conjoined with one aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. arise three aggregates . repetition 2 . With root 3 . non-disappearance 3. . . (I) (iii) Conjoined with state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (Abbreviated. predominance 2 . . . conjoined with two aggregates. . Conjoined with one aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (Enumerate in the same way as enumeration of the Faultless Triplet. arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. . . (1) (ii) Conjoined with state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . arise two aggregates.) 210000 Enumeration Chapter 080000 48. arises state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition.

. . arise two aggregates. . arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by not-root condition. . . arise three aggregates .) End of Negative . . . . . (1) (ii) Conjoined with state not acquired by clinging but -8 1 2 0 28 0 0 0 0 favourable to clinging. arises doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied delusion . (Abbreviated. not-dissociation 3. arise two aggregates. . . Conjoined with one rootless aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging arise three aggregates . conjoined with two aggregates. At the moment of rootless conception. Conjoined with doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. Conjoined with one rootless aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. not-predominance 3 . (Abbreviated.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 2 090000 49. . . . arises state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by not-root condition. . conjoined with two aggregates.) With not-root 2. (i) Conjoined with state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.

CLINGING TRIPLET VII.With root condition. non-disappearance 3. . CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 7 050000 51. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. At-8 1 2 . object 2 . . " INVESTIGATION " CHAPTER I. not-dissociationh 3. .) With root 3 . ( " Conjoined " Chapter and " Associated " Chapter are the same. not-predominance 3 . (Abbreviated. . With not-root condition. " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 50. . non-disappearance 2. . . CLINGING TRIPLET VI. arises state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by root condition. Roots acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. . End of " CONJOINED " CHAPTER 4. Associated with state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging.) End of " ASSOCIATED " CHAPTER 4. .

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. Roots acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. Roots acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. by root condition. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by root condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition.0 39 0 0 0 0 the moment of conception. Roots not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. roots acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by root condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. .

the resultant arises as registering . . (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by root condition. . .Roots not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. enjoy and delight in (the eye). . Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. . . visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to . Roots not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by root condition. . . nose . not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . Taking it as object arises lust . suffering and impersonality of the eye . arises grief. (3) -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 52. . (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. by root condition. . body . Roots not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. . . ear . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. When the faultless or faulty has ceased. tongue .

. (One) practises insight into the impermanency. . smell-base . (heart-)base. . smells .clinging . (heart-)base. tastes. . (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. tangible object-base acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to body-consciousness by object condition. . . . smells . enjoys and delight in (the eye. . enjoy and delight in (those aggregates). . Taking it as object arises lust . . nose . . visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . . When the faultless or faulty has ceaced. . body . . . . . . Taking it as object arises lust . tongue . . .) Taking it as object arises lust. . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . taste-base. . Visible object-base acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness . . arises grief. tastes . tangible objects . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. . . . . . (One) practises insight into the impermanency. . . . . enjoys and delights in (those aggregates). . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . suffering and impersonality of the eye . the resultant arises as registering. . . arises grief. . tangible objects . . . arises grief. . ear. .

Visible objects not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . Noble persons review the eradicated defilements. . By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds (he) knows the-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 mind. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. . . . knowledge of penetration into others' minds. (One) reviews (such acts) formerly well done. tangible objects. tastes . (one) reviews it. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. (They) review the uneradicated defilements. (2) 53. (one) sees the visible object acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. After having offered the offering. knowledge of future existences.By the power of divine-eye. . suffering and impersonality of the aggregates not acquired by . having fulfilled the duty of observance. Aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to knowledge of supernormal power. (They) review purification. advertence by object condition. (iii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. . . Having emerged from jhaýna. Noble persons review change-of-lineage. smells . (one) reviews the jhaýna. having undertaken the precept. sounds . (They) know the defilements addicted to before. of the other being. . .

By the power of divine-ear element. . practise insight into the impermanency. advertence by object condtion. tangible objects . . . . knowledge of penetration into others' minds. Taking it as object arises lust . (1) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging-8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. . sounds . . (they) see the visible object not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. knowledge of future existences. . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. visible objects not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . tastes . . . . . of the other being. Nothingness is related to neither-perceptionnor-non-perception by object condition. (they) know the mind. By the power of divine-eye. (they) hear the sound. .clinging but favourable to clinging . Infinity of space is related to infinity of consciousness by object condition. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. Aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to knowledge of supernormal power. arises grief. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. smells. Learners or common worldlings . . . suffering and impersonality of the aggre- . enjoy and delight in (those aggregates).

Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage.gates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . review the Path. Noble persons. (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by object condition. is related to body-consciousness by object condition. Aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to . by the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. having emerged from Path. tangible object -base . of the other being. Faultless nothingness is related to resultant neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. . Faultless infinity of space is related to resultant infinity of consciousness by object condition. know the mind.) Taking it as object arises lust . (They) review Nibbaýna. arises grief. the resultant arises as registering. Visible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness . purification. Noble persons. Nibbaýna is related to Path. Fruition by object condition. advertence by object condition. . . . enjoy and delight in (those aggregates. not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (They) review Fruition. (2) 54. . When the faultless or faulty has ceased. . (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition.

Taking it as estimable object. ear . . tastes . . arises wrong views. . . . (heart-)base . arises wrong views . . . . knowledge of future existences. nose . enjoys and delights in the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. smells . (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 5 030000 55. visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . tongue . arises lust. (One) esteems. Taking it as estimable object. . . knowledge of remembrance of past existences. . .clinging are related to knowledge of penetration into others' minds. tangible objects . enjoys and delight in 0 11 0 0 0 0 the eye. . . body . . . advertence by object condition. -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) esteems. . . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. . . . arises lust. .

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering. (it is of two kinds. having fulfilled the duty of . 0 11 0 0 0 0 having undertaken the precept.(ii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance.

. arises lust. Visible objects not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . (one) esteems and reviews it. sounds . arises wrong views. Taking it as estimable object. Learners esteem and review change-of-lineage. . . Having emerged from jhaýna.observance. . tastes . . (1) (iii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by predominance condition. (one) esteems and reviews the jhaýna. . . . tangible objects. smells . . (One) esteems and reviews (such acts) formerly well done. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance not acquired 070000 by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. (They) esteem and review purification. . . . (They) esteem and review the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . .

020000 Fruition by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Nibbaýna is related to Path.(It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b .

(1) (iv) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to-8 1 2 030000 clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance not acquired 030000 by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. ( .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Noble persons. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance not acquired 070000 by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to mindproduced matter by predominance condition. Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage. (They) esteem and review Fruition. having emerged 050000 grom Path. (They) esteem and review Nibbaýna. purification by predominance condition. esteem and review the Path. (2) .

not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Predominance not acquired by 050000 clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by predominance condition. preceding aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to subsequent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by proximity condition. Five-fold consciousness is related to resultant mind-element by .(v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. by predominance condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by proximity condition. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7 0 10 0 0 0 0 56.

Preceding aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to subsequents not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by proximity condition. adaptation to purification . (2) Pp-8 1 2 0 36 0 0 0 0 (iii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but gavourable to clinging by proximity condition. Resultant mind-elememt is related to resultant mind-consciousness element by proximity condition. (1) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to . resultant mind-consciousness element is related to functional mind-consciousness element by proximity condition. (1) 010400 (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is 070000 related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by proximity condition.proximity condition. Adaptation to change-of-lineage . advertence is related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by proximity condition. Life-continuum to advertence .

(1) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by proximity condition. purification to Path .clinging by proximity condition. . Aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to emergence by proximity to condition. (2) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by proximity condition. Fruition is related to Fruition by proximity condition. Fruition is related to emergence by proximity condition (2). Preceding aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to subsequent aggretates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by proximity condition. adaptation to attainment to Fruition . having emerged from the attainment of Extinction. Change-of-lineage to Path . Advertence is related to five-fold consciousness by proximity condition. neither-perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. (3) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by proximity condition. Path to Fruition .

State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by contiguity condition. (The same as proximity condition. . . . . one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by conascence condition . . . aggregates to (heart-)base .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity 7 030000 57. . two great primaries to two great primaries . . . great primaries are related to kamma- . (heart-)base to aggregates. . . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by conascence condition. two aggregates to two aggregates . two aggregates to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . At the moment of conception. One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by conascence condition . . . three great primaries to one great primary . . . . One great primary to three great primaries . . .) -8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence 9 0 37 0 0 0 0 58. . .

Aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition. One great primary of non-percipient beings. by conascence condition. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition. . . . . two aggregates are related-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence . . .produced derived matter by conascence condition. One aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . .

(1) (vi) state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition. . . by conascence condition. . . Aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by conascence condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. nutriment-produced . (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. two aggregates are related . One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates . . . One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition . . great primaries are related to derived matter by conascence condition. . . . One great primary not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . (1) (v) State bot acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by conascence condition. one temperature-produced great primary . . great primaries to mind-produced matter. . External .condition.

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by mutuality condition. -8 1 2 050000 Aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. Aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by conascence condition. (3) (viii) States. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Mutuality 3 0 28 0 0 0 0 59. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition.to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by conascence condition. (1) (ix) States. . are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence condition.

. . . (heart-)base to aggregates. . . . . . One great primary . . . (1) (iii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by mutuality condition. . . . two aggregates to two aggregates. . one great primary of nonpercipient beings. . two aggregates to two aggregates. . . External . one temperature-produced great primary. (1) (ii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by mutuality condition. . aggregates to (heart-)base . . . . . nutriment-produced . One aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging to three aggregates . . . One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging to three aggregates . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by mutuality condition. . (1) . At the moment of conception. one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging to three aggregates and (heart-)base . . . . . . two great primaries to two great primaries .One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by mutuality condition . One great primary to three great primaries . . . .

Eye-base to eye-consciousness . At-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 the moment of conception. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging vy dependence condition. . . one great primary of non-percipient beings. . body-base to bodyconsciousness .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dependence 11 050000 60. . . . . . (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by dependence condition. . . One great primary . . Aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dependence condition. . . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dependence condition One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by dependence condition. . (heart-)base is related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dependencecondition. . .

One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by-8 1 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 dependence condition . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition.(Heart-)base is related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by dependence condition. . . (3) (iv) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. (4) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . (ix) States. . are related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by dependence condition. . three. by dependence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by dependence condition . two aggregates and (heart-)base are . one. (vi)-(viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging . .

(1) (xi) States. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dependence condition. Aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. One aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by dependence condition . . . not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging.related to two aggregates by dependence condition. two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by dependence condition. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dependence condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Strong-dependence 9 040000 61. Aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by dependence condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is . (1) (x) States.

bodily pain by strong-dependence condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Bodily happiness is related to 0 10 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. . . . (it is of two kinds.related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence.

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. bodily pain . . . . (it is of three kinds. food is related to bodily happiness. . . . bodily pain . . . temperature. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. Bodily happiness. bodily pain by strongdependence condition. bodily pain. food to bodily happiness. bodily pain. . . temperature to bodily happiness.Bodily pain to bodily happiness. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence.

. . . .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 15 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. By the strong-dependence of food. . develops superknowledge. . wish . . percept . . Bodily happiness. . . lust . . . . kills a living being . . . learning . wisdom . . . . . (2). hate . . . . develiops attainment. delusion . food is related to confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . by strong-dependence condition. (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. . . . (one) offers the offering. develops jhaýna. develops insight. . . (one) offers the offering . . wrong views . temperature. . undertakes the precept. temperature. . causes schism in the Sanþgha. conceit . generosity . bodily pain. fulfils the duty of observance. . bodily pain . causes schism in the Sanþgha. .

. (one) develops Path. (3) 62. . (It is of three kinds. . enters the attainment of Fruition . ( . (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. . . By the strongdependence of food. attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. bodily pain. enters the attainment of Fruition. temperature. Bodily happiness . bodily pain . food is related to Path. . temperature . (one) develops Path. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 10 0 0 0 0 bodily happiness. . .

. . . . develops attainment . temperature . . precept not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . . undertakes the percept. develop insight.2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. conceit . . . . develop jhaýna. lust. . . . adopts wrong views. By the strong-dependence of-8 1 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 . . . . . . . develops superknowledge. wish . generosity . . hate . wisdom . . . . . . arouses conceit. . . . food . delusion . . . learning . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 080000 confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. wrong views. . fulfils the duty of observance. (one) offers the offering. .

arouses conceit. . (it is of two kinds. lust. generosity . . . killing to killing . precept . delusion . . is related to confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . . . . . . wisdom . kills a living being . . . . . . . . nothingness to neither-perception-nor-non-perception . learning. . . (one) offers the offering . . wrong views with fixed destiny to wrong views with fixed destiny . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. . lust. hate . . conceit . generosity . . . . . . learning . . . (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. . by strong-dependence condition. . . adopts wrong views. . delusion . . wrong views . . wish . wisdom . . . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. . . Confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. first jhaýna to second . . temperature . . . . . . . . the preparation for neither -perception-nor-non-perception to neitherperception-nor-non-perception . lodging-place . hate . . . food . conceit. . . . The preperation for first jhaýna to first jhaýna . . . . wrong views .lodging-place . . wish . . precept . develop attainment . . . . . .

. tortures oneself fully. . bodily pain by . Confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . By the strong-dependence of lodging-place . . . .010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence . . is related to bodily happiness. . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 14 0 0 0 0 confidence not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . (one) tortures oneself. . tortures oneself fully. lodging-place . . . . . experiences the suffering caused by searching. experiences the suffering caused by searching. precept not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (one) tortures oneself.

strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds. . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. (2) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. Faultless or faulty kamma is related to (its) resultant by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . .

.. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. . .: The preparation for first-8 1 2 080000 Path is related to first Path by strong-dependence condition . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. 010000 . . (3) 63. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 010000 proximity-strong-dependence. the preparation for fourth Path is related to fourth Path by strong-dependence condition. (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by cliging and not favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. . (it is of three kinds. for second Path . . for third Path .

Path is related to attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence. second Path to third Path . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . (1) (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : First Path is related to 070000 second Path by strong-dependence condition . third Path to fourth Path . . (it is of two kinds.

.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. (2) (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The attainment of Fruition is 050000 related to bodily happiness by strong-dependence condition. . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . . (It is of two kinds.

knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by strong-dependence condition. analytical knowledge of the above three. The Path is related to the Noble person's analytical knowledge of meaning. suffering and impersonality of the formations. by the 0 10 0 0 0 0 strong-dependence of the Path. generate the attainment which has not yet arisen. . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . practise insight into the impermanency. enter the attainment which has arisen. . analytical knowledge of language. .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. analytical knowledge of the Dhamma. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Noble persons.

(i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. -8 1 2 010000 (It is of two kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 .Prenascence 7 030000 64. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 base-prenascence. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence.

. . enjoy and delight in (the eye). the resultant arises as registering. tastes . . . . . . suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base . smell-base . When the faultless or faulty has ceaced. . . tongue . . Visible object-base acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness . . .: Learners or common worldlings 0 17 0 0 0 0 practise insight into the impermanency. Taking it as object arises lust . . arises grief. . . tangible objects. body . . tangible object-base acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to body-consciousness by prenascence condition. . . . When the faultless or faulty has ceased. . arises grief. . suffering and impersonality of the eye . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence . visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . taste-base . nose . . . smells. . Taking it as object arises lust . enjoy and delight in (the heart-base). (They) practise insight into the impermanency. ear. the resultant arises as registering. . . . . . .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. 070000 body-base to body-consciousness . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence. .0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base to eye-consciousness . . (heart-)baseis related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. (It is of two kinds. .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the aggre030000 gates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. . suffering and impersonality of the eye . . .2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (They) practise insight into the 080000 impermanency. (They) practise insight into the impermanency. arises grief. . . . . By the power of divine-eye. (2) -8 1 2 . enjoy and delight in (the heart-base). (they) see the visible object acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. arises grief. Taking it as object arises lust . suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base . . ear . Taking it as object arises lust . enjoy and delight in (the eye). .

(3) 65. tastes . suffering and impersonality of tangible objects . . By the . . (one) practises insight into the impermanency. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible objects not acquired by clinging 0 11 0 0 0 0 but favourable to clinging . . . . . . Taking it as object arises lust. . enjoys and delights in (them).040000 (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates 060000 not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. . smells . . (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. . arises grief. sounds .

tastes . . arises grief. . . smells . .power of divine-eye. . . Taking it as object arises lust. tangible object-base . (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. enjoys and delights in (them). (one) sees the visible object not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (2) (vi) State. . . are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. Visible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness . . . sounds . . . (one) practises insight into the impermanency. When the faultless or faulty has ceased. . . By the power of dinvine-ear element. suffering and impersonality of tangible objects . (one) hears the sound. the resultant arises as registering. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible objects not acquired by clinging 0 13 0 0 0 0 but favourable to clinging. is related to body-consciousness by prenascence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . .

(1) (vii) States. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. . . tangible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and body-base are related to bodyconsciousness by prenascence condition.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence and base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible object-base 060000 not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and eyebase are related to eye-consciousness by prenascence condition . Visible object-base -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition . are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. . . 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence and base-prenascence . tangible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by prenascence condition.

(2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 9 0 20 0 0 0 0 66. . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. tangible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart)-base are related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Postnascence aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Postnascent aggregates acquied by clinging and favourable . .0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible object-base 080000 not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence condition .

Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condi- . by postnascence condition. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condition.to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging . (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state.

(vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. acquired by clinging and favoutable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) 67. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. (2) (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to-8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 . Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. by postnascence condition.tion. (2) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state. (1) (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition.

adaptation is related to purification by repetition condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 68. (i) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by repetition condition.clinging is related to state. Change-of-lineage to Path . Adaptation to change-of-lineage . (1) (ii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by repetition condition. purification is related to Path . by postnascence condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by postnascence condition. Preceding aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to subsequent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by repetition condition.

(1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by kamma condition. . by kamma condition. volition acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by kamma condition. (2) -8 1 2 0 24 0 0 0 0 (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state.by repetition condition. volition is related to (heart-)base by kamma condition. (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 8 0 14 0 0 0 0 69. Volition acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to mind-produced matter by kamma condition. At the moment of conception. Volition acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging.

Asynchronous volition not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to resultant aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. Volition not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by kamma condition. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by kamma condition. (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by kamma condition. 010000 .Volition acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (2) 70. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence(-kamma). (It is of two kinds.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Asynchronous faultless volition not acquired by clinging 0 10 0 0 0 0 and not favourable to clinging is related to resultant aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by kamma condition. (1) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favour- .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) asynchronous (kamma). 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent volition not acquired by clinging and not 030000 favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition.

two aggregates are related to two aggregates by resultant condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by resultant condition. Volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to mind-produced matter by kamma condition. Volition not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to (its) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by kamma condition. by kamma condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (2) (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to-8 1 2 080000 clinging is related to state. .able to clinging by kamma condition. . At the moment of conception. One resultant aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by resultant condition . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 6 0 33 0 0 0 0 71. one resultant aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is .

. . (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by resultant condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by resultant condition. Qq -8 1 2 . (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. by resultant condition. . aggregates are related to (heart-)base by resultant condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Resultant aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by resultant condition. .related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition. One resultant aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition .

two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition. . . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 12 0 18 0 0 0 0 . (2) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. by resultant condition. two aggregates are related to two aggregates by resultant condition. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by resultant condition. Resultant aggreagates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by resultant condition. One resultant aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by resultant condition . . not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.0 21 0 0 0 0 One resultant aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by resultant condition . .

nutriments acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by nutriment condition. Nutriment acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by nutriment condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. by nutriment condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. Nutriments acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging-8 1 2 0 41 0 0 0 0 is related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition.72. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. . At the moment of conception. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition.

(2) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. . Nutriments not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by nutriment condition. Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition.Nutriment acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to body not acquired by clinging and favouable to clinging by nutriment condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) 73.

(3) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. Nutriments not acquired by clinging and not favourable to . Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (2) (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. (1) (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition.by nutriment condition. Nutriments not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 Nutriment not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by nutriment condition. by nutriment condition.

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) 74. (2) (xii) States. by nutriment condition. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. (1) (xi) States. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. (x) States. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. are related to state. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are-8 1 2 .clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by nutriment condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition.

. At the moment of conception. faculties acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by faculty condition. Faculties acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by faculty condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by faculty condition. . . . (2) .050000 related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by nutriment condition. Eye-faculty to eye-consciousness . (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by faculty condition. body-faculty to bodyconsciousness. . Faculties acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by faculty condition. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 7 0 33 0 0 0 0 75. Physical life-faculty is related to kammaproduced matter by faculty condition.

(1) (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by faculty condition. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by faculty condition. Faculties not acquired by clinging and not favourable to-8 1 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by faculty condition.(iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by faculty condition. Faculties bot acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition. by faculty condition. Faculties not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by faculty . Faculties acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition.

Jhaýna factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . Faculties not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by faculty condition.condition. jhaýna factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by jhaýna condition. Jhaýna factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by jhaýna condition. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna 7 0 21 0 0 0 0 76. (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by jhaýna condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by jhaýna condition. by faculty condition. At the moment of conception.

by jhaýna condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Jhaýna factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable . Jhaýna factors not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by jhaýna condition. Jhaýna factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging-8 1 2 0 26 0 0 0 0 is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by jhaýna condition.are related to mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (1) 77. (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by jhaýna condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by jhaýna condition. Jhaýna factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by jhaýna condition.

(1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by path condition. . (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by path condition. . (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. . (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Path 7 0 14 0 0 0 0 78. by jhaýna condition. Path factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by path condition. Jhaýna factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. At the moment of conception .to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by jhaýna condition. (2) . Path factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by path condition.

Path factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable to . (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by path condition. Path factors acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by path condition. Path factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates by path condition. (1) (v) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by path condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to -8 1 2 0 32 0 0 0 0 clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. Path factors not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by path condition.(iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. (3) (iv) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by path condition. by path condition.

clinging are related to mind-produced matter by path condition. 92) (vii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state, not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging, by path condition. Path factors not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to (their) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by path condition. (3)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Association 3 070000 79. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by association condition. One aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by association condition . . . two aggregates to two aggreagates . . . At the moment of conception. . . (1) -8 1 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 (ii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by association condition.

One aggregate not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by association condition . . . two aggregates to two aggregates. . . . (1) (iii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by association condition. One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by association condition . . . two aggregates to two aggregates . . . . (1)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 10 040000 80. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (it is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0

) prenascence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) At the moment of conception, conascent aggregates 050000 acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to kamma-produced matter by dissociation condition ; aggregates are related to (heart-)base by dissociation condition ; (heart-)base is related to aggregates by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence

0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base is related to eye-consciousness 050000 by dissociation condition . . . body-base is related to bodyconsciousness by dissociation condition. (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour070000 able to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable 030000 to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Prenascent (heart-)base is related to the aggregates not 030000 acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation

condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour0 21 0 0 0 0 abe to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. Prenascent (heart-)base is related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (3) (iv) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging, by dissociation condition. Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (4) 81. (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to

clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but 030000 favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but

070000 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favour--8 1 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 able to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging, by dissociation condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (3) (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (1) (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postna020000 scence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 030000 favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. (

2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 0 13 0 0 0 0 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (2) (x) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging, by dissociation condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by dissociation condition. (3) -8 1 2 010000

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 23 040000 82. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to

clinging by presence condition. (It is of five kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) faculty. 010000

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate acquired by clinging and favour0 13 0 0 0 0 able to clinging is related to three aggregates by presence condition . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by presence condition. At the moment of conception, one aggregate acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by presence condition . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and kamma-produced matter by presence condition ; aggregates to (heart-)base . . . (heart-)base to aggregates. . . . One great primary . . . great primaries are related to kamma-produced derived matter by presence condition. One great primary of non-percipient beings . . . great primaries are related to kamma-produced derived matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence

0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Learners or common worldling practise 0 18 0 0 0 0 insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the eye ; enjoy and delight in (the eye). Taking it as object arises lust . . . arises grief. When the faultless or faulty has ceased, the resultant arises as registering . . . ear . . . nose . . . tangue . . . body . . . visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . smells . . . tastes . . . tangible objects. . . . (They) practise insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base ; enjoy and delight in (the heart-base). Taking it as object arises lust. . . arises grief. When the faultless or faulty has ceased, the resultant arises as registering. Visible object-base acquired by clinging ad favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness . . . smell-base . . . taste-base . . . tangible object-base acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging to body-consciousness . . . . Eye-base to eye-consciousness . . . body-base to body-consciousness . . . (heart-)base is related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour030000 able to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to 030000 clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced 050000 matter by presence condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (It is of four kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable 030000 to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by presence

condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) practises insight into the imperma0 13 0 0 0 0 nency, suffering and impersonality of the eye ; enjoys and delights in (the eye). Taking it as object arises lust . . . arises grief. . . . ear . . . nose . . . tongue . . . body . . . visible objects acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . . . smells . . . tastes . . . tangible objects . . . . (One) pratises insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base ; enjoys and delight in (the heart-base). Taking it as object arises lust . . . arises grief. By the power of divine-eye, (one) sees the visible object acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging. (Heart-)base is related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour030000 able to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to 060000 clinging is related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by presence condition. Prenascent (heart-)base is related to the aggregates not-8 1 2 070000 acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by presence condition. (3) (iv) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging, by presence condition.

(It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate acquired by clinging and 050000 favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by presence condition . . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by

presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour040000 able to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food acquired by clinging and favouable to 070000 clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (4) 83. (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (It is of four kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenasence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate not acquired by clinging but 090000 favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by presence condition . . . two aggrgates are

related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition. One great primary to three great primaries . . . great primaries are related to mind-produced derived matter by presence condition. External . . . nutriment -produced . . . one temperature-produced great primary. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible objects not acquired by clinging but 030000 favourable to clinging , sounds . . . smells . . . tastes . . . (One) practises insight into the impernanency, suffering and impersonality of tangible objects . . .; enjoys and delights in-8 1 2 050000 (those objects). Taking it as object arises lust . . . arises grief. By the power of divine-eye, (one) sees the visible object not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. By the power of divine-eye element, hears the sound. (

2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but 040000 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to 060000 clinging is related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) post010000 nascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible objects not acquired by clinging but 090000 favourable to clinging, sounds . . . smells . . . tastes. . . (One) practises insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of tangible objects . . .; enjoys and delights in (those objects). Taking it as object arises lust . . . arises grief. When the faultless or faulty has ceased, the resultant arises as

registering. Visible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging to eye-consciousness. . . tangible objectbase . . . is related to body-consciousness by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but 040000 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to 070000 clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. (2) (vii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging, by presence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) (

2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but 010000 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body-8 1 2 030000 acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to 0 21 0 0 0 0

clinging is related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (3) 84. (viii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by presence condition. One aggregate not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates by presence condition. . . two aggregates are related to two aggregates by presence condition. (1) (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clingng by presence condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. (2) (x) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, (

2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 030000 favourable to clinging are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 080000 favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (3) (xi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state, acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to

(4) (xii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. by presence condition.postnascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent aggregate not 030000 acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. three-8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 aggregates are related to one aggregate and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.clinging. by presence condition. (It is of two kinds. ( .

two aggregates are related to two aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate not acquired by clinging and not 060000 favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and mindproduced matter by presence condition .2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (conascence-) 020000 postnascence. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and mind-produced matter by presence condition . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One conascent aggregate not acquired by clinging and not 0 23 0 0 0 0 favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to .

clinging by presence condition . by presence condition. Rr-8 1 2 010000 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-postnascence . by presence condition. (6) (xiv) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (5) (xiii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. two aggregates are related to two aggregates and this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging are related to this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. three aggregates are related to one aggregate and this prenascent body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition .

0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent aggregate not 0 16 0 0 0 0 acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to three aggregates and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition . (7) 85. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence-faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Postnascent aggregates not acquired 080000 by clinging and not favourable to clinging and physical life- . three aggregates are related to one aggregate and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition . two aggregates are related to two aggregates and this prenascent body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (xv) States. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.

two aggregates and (heart-)base are related to two aggregates by presence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnasence-nutriment 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . three aggregates and (heart-)base are related to one aggregate by presence condition . (1) (xvi) States. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One conascent aggregate not ac0 10 0 0 0 0 quired by clinging and not favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by presence condition . (2) (xvii) States. are related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by presence condition.favulty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (1) -8 1 2 050000 (xviii) State.: Postnascent aggregates not acquired 040000 by clinging and not favourable to clinging and edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence020000 nutriment.

not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. by presence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 090000 favourable to clinging and edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. are related to state.0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates not acquired by clinging and not 030000 favourable to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence-nutriment 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Postnascent aggregates not acquired 0 10 0 0 0 0 . (2) (xix) States.

(xx) States. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition.by clinging and favourable to clinging and edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (3) 86. (It is of four kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) post010000 nascence(-nutriment).

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible object-base not acquired by clinging 080000 but favourable to clinging and eye-base are related to eyeconsciousness by presence condition . . Visible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging . tangible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and bodybase are related to body-consciousness by presence condition. . . . tangible object-base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are-8 1 2 030000 related to the aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. .d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (postnascence-)faculty.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to 040000 clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition.( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour040000 able to clinging and edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates not acquired by clinging but 070000 favourable to clinging and physical life-faculty are related to .

(It is of four kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence(-nutriment). 010000 . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging.kamma-produced matter by presence condition. (1) (xxi) States.

. tangible object -base not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base are related to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 .( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Conascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favourable 030000 to clinging and great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Visible object-base not acquired by clinging 060000 but favourable to clinging and (heart-)base to the aggregates not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging .

by presence condition.c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Postnascent aggregates acquired by clinging and favour040000 able to clinging and edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging-8 1 2 030000 and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable to 060000 clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition. (2) (xxii) States. are related to state.

acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by presence condition. (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 7. disappearance 7 and Non-disappearance 23 . edible food not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and physical life-faculty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence-nutriment-faculty 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Postnascent aggregates not 050000 acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (3) (xxiii) States.0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Edible food acquired by clinging and favourable 0 10 0 0 0 0 to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging are related to body acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by presence condition.

conascence 9. kamma 8. dependence 11. strong-dependence 9. proximity 7. by non-disappearance condition. predominance 5. State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by absence condition . nutriment 12. . non-disappearance 23. faculty 7. repetition 2. dissociation 4. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 080000 88. . . presence 7. mutuality 3. . contiguity 7. jhaýna 7. .) 1. resultant 6. disappearance 7. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Common 040000 With root condition and predominance 4. mutuality 3. association 3. object 6. dissociation 10. presence 23. conascence 7. by disappearance condition . path 7. absence 7. dependence 7. faculty 7. . non-disappearance . With root 7. association 3. prenascence 7. . resultant 6. (Abbreviated.070000 87. postnascence 9. path 7.

nutriment condition. (i) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. strongdependence condition. postnascence condition. (Abbreviated. conascence condition. conascence condition. . prenascence condition.) End of Positive 2. prenascence condition. SELECTION OF THE CONDITIONS FOR NEGATIVE 89. postnascence condition. (1) (ii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition. The Enumeration in Clinging Triplet is more profound and subtle than the Enumeration in Faultless Triplet and therefore it should be enumerated likewise without confusion. prenascence condi- . (2) (iii) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. strong-dependence condition. faculty condition.) 210000 -8 1 2 0 37 0 0 0 0 (Enumerate in the same way as enumerated in Faultless Triplet Enumeration for recital. nutriment condition. .7. .

kamma condition. (1) (vi) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by object condition. nutriment condition. nutriment condition. postnascence condition. strong-dependence condition. (3) (viii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state. nutriment condition. (3) (iv) State acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging is related to state. nutriment condition (4) (v) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by objecy condition. strongdependence condition. prenascence condition. (2) -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 (vii) State not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. by postnascence condition. prenascence condition. postnascence condition. postnascence condition. conascence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (4) .tion. by conascence condition. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging.

(3) (xii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. by postnascence condition. strong-dependence condition. postnascence condition. (1) (x) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by strong-dependence condition. (4) (xiii) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. strong-dependence condition. (2) (xi) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by object condition conascence condition. (ix) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by conascence condition. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. by conascence-postnascence. postnascence condition.90. (5) (xiv) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging is related to state. by conascence-postnascence. (6) (xv) State not acquired by clinging and not favourable to .

not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. are related to state not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging by conascence-prenascence. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. are-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence-faculty. (1) (xix) States. are related to state. acquired by clinging and favour- . acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence-nutriment. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (7) (xvi) States. (2) (xviii) States. by conascence-postnascence. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence-postnascence-nutriment. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging. (1) (xvii) States. (2) (xx) States. not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.clinging is related to state.

(2) (xxiii) States. nutriment. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. are related to state acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging by postnascence-nutriment-faculty. (1) (xxii) States. (3) (xxi) States. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. by postnascence-nutriment. (1) -8 1 2 020000 2. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . are related to state.able to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. (3) (xxiv) States. are related to state acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by prenascence-postnascence-nutriment-faculty. are related to state not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging by conascence. by nutriment. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging. prenascence-postnascence. acquired by clinging and favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging but favourable to clinging and not acquired by clinging and not favourable to clinging.

) (Expand in the same way as expanded in the Negative Enumeration of Faultless triplet. not-predominance 24. not-jhaýna 24. not-dissociation 14. With not-root 24. not-disappearance 24..) End of Negative . notproximity 24. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 . not-non-disappearance 9.. not-absence 24. notmutuality 20. not-contiguity 24. not-prenascence 23. not-faculty 22. not-postnascence 17. not-dependence 20. not-resultant 24. not-presence 9. not-association 20. not-kamma 4. (Abbreviated. 210000 By Twos 080000 92. not-strong-dependence 23. not-path 24. not-object 24. not-repetition 24.By Ones 090000 91. not-conascence 20. not-nutriment 20. 3. With not-root condition and not-object 24.

not-postnascence 7.By Twos 070000 93. . not-path 7. not-nutriment 7. . not-contiguity 7. notabsence 7. . not-faculty 7. notrepetition 7. not-proximity 7 . not-strongdependence 7. . dependence. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root . not-disappearance 7 . .) (Enumeration in the same way as classified in the PositiveNegative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. not-dissociation 3. . not-disappearance 7.) End of Positive-Negative-8 1 2 020000 4. (Abbreviated. not-kamma 7. not-predominance 7. not-resultant 4. notresultant 4 . not-jhaýna 7. presence and non-disappearance (conditions). not-mutuality 4 . . not-object 7. not-absence 7. not-predominance 7. 210000 Root Combinations 080000 94. . . Combinations of root. not-object 7. not-mutuality 4. conascence. With root condition. not-association 4. notdissociation 3. not-prenascence 7. not-proximity 7. not-association 4.

nutriment 12. 5. disappearance 7. prenascence 7. dependence 11. faculty 7. non-disappearance 23.) (Enumerate in the same way as classified in the NegativePositive Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. object 6. absence 7. (Abbreviated. mutuality 3. proximity 7. postnascence9. jhaýna 7... association 3. CORRUPT TRIPLET 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 I. strong-dependence 9.) End of Negative-Positive END OF CLINGING TRIPLET . repetition 2. conascence9. predominance 5. With not-root condition. " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER 020000 I. contiguity 7.210000 By Twos 0 13 0 0 0 0 95. path 7. presence 23. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 9 . resultant 6. kamma 8. dissociation 10.

Dependent on corrupt and corrupting aggregates. . (2) not corrupt but corrupting 610000 state.0 14 0 0 0 0 1. (1) (ii) Dependent on corrupt and corrupting state. dependent on two aggregates. (2) (iii) Dependent on corrupt and corrupting state. (3) not corrupt and not corrupting state. arise corrupt and corrupting and not corrupt but corrupting states by root condition. arise three aggregates . (i) Dependent on corrupt and corrupting state. arises corrupt and corrupting by root condition. arises not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. arise 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 Comprises (1) corrupt and corrupting state. Dependent on one corrupt and corrupting aggregates. . arise two aggregates. 010000 -8 1 2 . arises mind-produced matter. Dependent on one corrupt and corrupting aggregate.

At the moment of conception. dependent on two aggregates. arise three aggregates . . dependent on two aggregates. dependent on two aggregates. arise aggregates. (1) 2. arises (heart-)base . arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . (3) (iv) Dependent on not corrupt but corrupting state. arise two aggregates and kamma-produced matter . . Dependent on one not corrupt and not corrupting aggregate. . . (v) Dependent on not corrupt and not corrupting state. dependent on aggregates. (1) (vi) Dependent on not corrupt and not corrupting state. . dependent on one not corrupt but corrupting aggregate. . . arise two aggregates. arises not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. . arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. . arise mind-produced and kamma-produced derived matter.dependent on two aggregates. . Dependent on one great primary. Dependent on one not corrupt but corrupting aggregate. dependent on great primaries. arise three aggregates and kammaproduced matter . .0 35 0 0 0 0 three aggregates and mind-produced matter . arise three great primaries . arises not corrupt and not corrupting state by root condition. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. dependent on (heart-)base.

(3) (viii) Dependent on not corrupt but corrupting (state) 4 1 -1 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 and 030000 not corrupt and not corrupting state. (2) (vii) Dependent on not corrupt and not corrupting state. arises mind-produced matter. arises not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. Dependent on not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates. arise two aggregates and mind-produced matter. dependent on two aggregates.arises not corrupt and corrupting state by root condition. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter . Dependent on one not corrupt and not corrupting aggregate. . arise not corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not corrupting states by root condition. . 410000 1 0 1 -1 1 0 0 6 1 -1 1 0 0 This is to be understood when the singular is used for denoting two or .

. dependence 9. arises mind-produced matter. path 9.) 2. ( 1 ) . -8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 Dependent on not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates and great primaries. association 3. (Abbreviated. arises not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. . (Abbreviated. dissociation 9 . . predominance 9. arises mind-produced matter. . With root 9. nutriment 9 . . .) 1. .) (Classify in the same way as classified in Faultless Triplet. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 090000 3. (1) (ix) Dependent on corrupt and corrupting. conascence 9. repetition 3. mutuality 3. . and not corrupt but corrupting state. Dependent on corrupt and corrupting aggregates and great primaries. . proximity 3. strongdependence 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE . contiguity 3. kamma 9. resultant 5. prenascence 3. object 3. nondisappearance 9 .610000 more states.

Dependent on doubt-accompanied or restlessness-accompanied aggregates. . -8 1 2 070000 not-postnascence 9. With not-root 2.) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 020000 5. . Dependent on one not corrupt but corrupting rootless aggregate. . . . arises doubt-accompanied or restlessnessaccompanied delusion.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 4. arise three aggregates and mind-produced matter. not-nutriment 1 . notresultant 9. . not-prenascence 7. . . notproximity 5 . . not-kamma 3. (1) (ii) Dependent on not corrupt but corrupting state. not-object 5. not-predominance 6. arises not corrupt but corrupting state by not-root condition. not-association 5. not-repetition 9. . not-strong-dependence 5. (Abbreviated. (i) Dependent on corrupt and corrupting state. At the moment of rootless conception . .) (Classify in the same way as classified in Faultless Triplet. One great primary of non-percipient beings. not-path 1. arises corrupt amd corrupting state by not-root condition. . . .

CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Not-root 210000 By Twos 090000 7. not-prenascence 7. . not-postnascence 9. . With root condition. not-absence 5. . not-disapperance 5. (Abbreviated. . not-repetition 9.) End of " DEPENDENT " CHAPTER . object 2 . not-resultant 9. . With not-root condition. . notkamma 3. resultant 1 . .) 3. . not-object 5. non-disappearance 2 . (Abbreviated.not-dissociation 3. .) 4. . . . not-dissociation 3. not-association 5. . . . (Abbreviated. . not-absence 5. path 1 . . not-disappearance 5. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 6. not-predominance 6 .

"Supported". (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and 210000 -8 1 2 0 27 0 0 0 0 corrupting. CORRUPT TRIPLET VII. " Conditioned " . "Conjoined" and " Associated " Chapter. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by root condition. " INVESTIGATION " CHAPTER 1. and not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition.) 5. Corrupt and corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. Corrupt and corrupting roots are related to mind-produced matter by root condition. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (i) CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 7 090000 8. (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. Corrupt and corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition.(Expand " Conascent" Chapter. (3) .

Not corrupt and not corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates by root condition. (3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object 6 . Not corrupt and not corrupting roots are related to mindproduced matter by root condition. not corrupt but corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and kamma-produced matter by root condition. At the moment of conception. Not corrupt but corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. Not corrupt and not corrupting roots are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by root condition. (1) (vi) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition.(iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by root condition. (2) (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not corrupting state by root condition. (1) (v) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by root condition.

(1) (Classify in the same way as classified in Faultless Triplet. Taking restlessness as object. . arises doubt. . the resultant arises as registering. Taking doubt as object. When the faultless has ceased. Corrupt and corrupting aggregates are related to knowledge .0 11 0 0 0 0 9. . . arises grief. know the defilements addicted to before. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by object condition. (One) enjoys and delights in lust. (they)know the corrupt and corrupting mind of the other being. . suffering and impersonality of the corrupt and corrupting aggregates. . (One) enjoys. wrong views . . . . . . . arises restlessness. By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. the resultant arises as registering. Taking it as object arises lust.) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. suffering and impersonality of the corrupt and corrupting aggregates. Learners or common worldlings practise insight into the impermanency. . arises grief. arises wrong views. (They) enjoy and delight in the corrupt and corrupting aggregates . . When the faulty has ceased. . The Noble persons review the eradicated defilements. practise insight into the impermanency. Taking grief as object. review-8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 the uneradicated defilements. . .

. . . After having offered the offering. By the power of divine-eye. having fulfilled the duty of observance. (one) reviews it. . . . having undertaken the precept. (2) 10. . Infinity of space to infinity of consciousness. tongue .of penetration into others' minds. The Noble persons review change-of-lineage. smells . . (iii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. tangible objects . By the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. . . nothingness is related to neither-perception-nor-non-perception by object condition. . suffering and impersonality of the eye . (They) practise insight into the impermanency. . . visible objects . knowledge of future existences. nose. . (one) reviews the jhaýna. . (They) review purification. . (One) reviews (such acts) formerly well done. By the power of divine-ear element. (heart-)base . knowlege of remembrance of past existences. (they) see the visible object. . tastes . suffering and impersonality of not corrupt but corrupting aggregates. . advertence by object condition. . (they) know the not corrupt but corrupting mind of the other being. . body . (they) practise insight into the impermanency. (they) hear the sound. . knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. . . sounds. Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness by object . ear . Having emerged from jhaýna.

. The Noble persons. review the Path. tangible objects. After having offered the offering. . advertence by object condition. . (One) enjoys. . . . tangible object-base is related to body-consciousness by object condition.condition . (1) (vi) Nor corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. . . . (One) enjoys and delights in not corrupt but corrupting aggregates. . . . . the eye. having fulfilled the duty of observance. formerly well done . (1) (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by object condition. knowledge of rebirths according to one's kamma. having undertaken the precept. . arises grief. arises grief. Fruition by object condition. -8 1 2 0 32 0 0 0 0 Not corrupt but corrupting aggregates are related to knowledge of supernormal power. . . review Fruition. Nibbaýna is related to . . knowledge of penertration into others' minds. (2) (v) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by object condition. (heart-)base. . the jhaýna. . . . (One) enjoys . Taking it as object arises lust. (one) enjoys and delights in it. . . . Having emerged from jhaýna. arises wrong views . having emerged from Path. review Nibbaýna. (one) enjoys. . knowledge of future existences. Nibbaýna is related to Path. Taking it as object arises lust. knowledge of remembrance of past existences.

knowledge of future existences. by the knowledge of penetration into others' minds. (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Predominance 8 030000 11. know the not corrupt and not corrupting mind of the other being. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 . advertence by object condition. advertence by object condition. The Noble persons. Not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates are related to knowledge of penertration into others' minds. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds. knowledge of remembrance of past existences. purification.change-of-lineage.

Taking it as estimable object. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Corrupt and corrupting pre050000 . enjoys and delights in wrong views. arises lust. Taking it as estimable object.conascence-predominance. arises wrong-8 1 2 030000 views. arises wrong views. (One) esteems. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) esteems. arises lust. enjoys and delights 010000 in lust.

(3) 12. (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corruptin. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Corrupt and corrupting pre050000 dominance is related to (its) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Corrupt and corrupting pre060000 dominance is related to mind-produced matter by predominance condition. (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by predominance condition. and not corrupt but corrupting state by predominance condition. .dominance is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition. (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by predominance condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominace. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering. Having emerged from jhaýna. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. (One) esteems and reviews (such acts) formerly well done. having fufilled the duty of observance. (one) esteems and reviews it.(It is of two kinds. (one) esteems and reviews the jhaýna. Learners esteem . 070000 having undertaken the precept.

Taking it as estimable object. having fulfilled the duty of observance. 080000 having undertaken the precept. arises lust. (one) esteems. (1) (v) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Not corrupt but corrupting 050000 predominance is related to (its) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by predominance condition. arises wrong views. (They) esteem and review purification. (One) . enjoys and delights in it.and review change-of-lineage. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : After having offered the offering.

(heart-)base. . enjoys and Ss-8 1 2 070000 delights in the eye . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. . enjoys and delights in (such acts) formerly. enjoys and delights in the not corrupt but corupting aggregates. . . . . (ONe) esteems. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. . Taking it as estimable object. . . . Having emerged from jhaýna. (It is of two kinds. enjoys and delights in the jhaýna. enjoys done. (One) esteems. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . .esteems. tangible objects . (2) (vi) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by predominance condition. arises lust. . (one) esteems. arises wrong views. .

020000 Fruition by predominance condition. (It is of two kinds. (1) (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by predominance condition. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Not corrupt and not corrup050000 ting predominance is related to (its) associated aggregates by predominance condition.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Nibbaýna is related to Path.

Nibbaýna is related to change-of-lineage. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Noble persons.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-predominance. purification by predominance condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 conascence-predominance. having emerged 040000 from Path. esteem and review the Path. esteem and review Fruition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b . esteem and review Nibbaýna.

(3) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Proximity 7 070000 .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Not corrupt and not cor060000 rupting predominance is related to mind-produced matter by predominance condition. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-predominance 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Not corrupt and not corrupting 040000 predominance is related to (its) associated aggregates and mindproduced matter by predominance condition. (2) (viii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting. and not corrupt and not corrupting state by predominance condition.

13. purification to Path . (2) (iii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by proximity condition. having emerged from the attain- . (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by proximity condition. (1) (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by proximity condition. (2) (v) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by proximity condition. advertence is related to not corrupt but corrupting aggregates by proximity condition. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by proximity condition. Change-of-lineage to Path . Adaptation to change-of-lineage . Advertence is related to corrupt and corrupting aggregates by proximity condition. Preceding corrupt and corrupting aggregates are related to subsequent corrupt and corrupting aggregates by proximity condition. adaptation to purification . Preceding not corrupt but corrupting aggregates are related to subsequent not corrupt but corrupting aggregates by proximity condition. adaptation to attainment of Fruition . -8 1 2 0 30 0 0 0 0 Corrupt and corrupting aggregates are related to emergence by proximity condition.

by strong-dependence condition. by mutuality condition . . by dependence condition . Path to Fruition . . . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence. 050000 14. Fruition is related to emergence by proximity condition. (1) (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by proximity condition. Preceding not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates are related to subsequent not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates by proximity condition.ment of Extinction. . . neither -perception-nor-non-perception is related to the attainment of Fruition by proximity condition. . . (It is of three kinds. . (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by contiguity condition . (3) (vi) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by proximity condition. by conascence condition . (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Contiguity. Fruition is related to Fruition by proximity condition. etc.

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 020000

Ss*-8 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0

lust, (one) kills a living being . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. By the strong-dependence of hate, (one) kills a living being . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. . . . Lust . . . wish is related to lust. . . wish by strong-dependence condition. Killing is related to killing by strong-dependence condition. . . . Wrong views with fixed destiny is related to wrong views with fixed destiny by strong-dependence condition. . . . (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 0 16 0 0 0 0 lust, (one) offers the offering, undertakes the precept, fulfils the duty of observance . . . jhaýna . . . insight, develops superknowledge, develops attainment . . . . By the strong-dependence of wish, (one) offers the offering . . . develops attainment. Lust . . . wish is related to confidence . . . bodily happiness, bodily pain by strong-dependence condition. After having, killed, (one) offers the offering, undertakes the precepts, fulfils the duty of observance, develops jhaýna develops insight, develops superknowledge, develops attainment to counteract it. . . . After having caused schism in the Sanþgha, (one) offers the offering, undertakes the precept, fulfils the duty of observance to counteract it. Faulty kamma is related to resultant by strong-dependence condition. (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by strong-dependence condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0

: By the strong-dependence of lust, 080000 (one) develops Path, enters the attainment of Fruition . . . . hate. . . . By the strong-dependence of wish, (one) develops Path, enters the attainment of Fruition. Lust . . . wish is related to Path, the attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. (3) 15. (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000

dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : By the strong-dependence of 010000 -8 1 2 0 13 0 0 0 0 confidence, (one) offers the offering . . . develops attainment. . . . precept . . . learning. . . generosity . . . wisdom . . . bodily happiness . . . bodliy pain . . . temperature . . . food. . . . By the strong-dependence of lodging-place, (one) offers the offering . . . develops attainment. Confidence. . . lodging-place is related to confidence . . . bodily happiness, bodily pain by strongdependence condition. Faultless kamma is related to resultant by strong-dependence condition. The preparation for first jhaýna to first jhaýna. . . nothingess to neither-perception-nornon-perception. . . . (1) (v) Nor corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by strong-dependence condition.

(It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0

: By the strong-dependence of 090000 confidence, (one) arouses conceit, adopts wrong views. . . . precept. . . . By the strong-dependence of lodging-place, (one) kills a living being . . . causes schism in the Sanþgha. Confidence . . . lodging-place is related to lust . . . ong-wish by str dependence condition. (2) (vi) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-dependence. . . . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The preparation for first 060000 Path is related to first Path . . . to second Path . . . to third Path . . . to fourth Path by strong-dependence condition. (3) 16. (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence, 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : First Path to second Path . . . 030000 second Path to third Path . . . third path to fourth Path . . . . Path is related to attainment of Fruition by strong-dependence condition. (1) -8 1 2 030000 (viii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-strong-dependence,

010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) proximity-strong-dependence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) natural strong-depen020000 dence. . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Natural strong-dependence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : The Noble persons, by the 0 10 0 0 0 0 strong-dependence of the Path, generate the attainment which has not yet arisen. (They) enter the attainment which has arisen. (They) practise insight into the impermanency,

suffering and impersonality of the formations. The Path is related to the Noble person's analytical knowledge of meaning. . . knowledge of correct and faulty conclusion by strong-dependence condition. The attainment of Fruition is related to bodily happiness by strong-dependence condition. (2)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 3 030000 17. (i) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state b y prenascence condition. (it is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object- prenascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base020000 prenascence. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenasence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) practises insight into the 0 10 0 0 0 0 impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the eye . . . ear. . . nose . . . tongue . . . body . . . visible objects . . . sounds . . . smells. . . tastes . . . tangible objects ; (one) practises insight into the impermanency, suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base. By the power of divine-eye, sees the visible object. By the power of divine-ear element, hears the sound. Visible object-base to eye-consciousness . . . tangible objectbase is related to body- consciousness by prenascence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0

: Eye-base to eye-consciousness . . . 060000 body-base is related to body-consciousness by prenascence condition. (Heart-)base is related to the not corrupt but corrupting aggregates by prenasence condition. (1) (ii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by prenascence condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) object-prenascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) base030000 prenascence.

-8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0

) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Object-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) enjoys and delights in the eye. 040000 Taking it as object arises lust. . . arises grief . . . . ear . . . tangible-objects. . . . (One) enjoys and delights in the (heart-) base. Taking it as object arises lust. . . arises grief. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Base-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (Heart-)base is related to the corrupt 070000 and corrupting aggregates by prenascence condition. (2) (iii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by prenascence condition. (Heart-)base is related to the not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates by prenascence condition. (3)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Postnascence 3 0 14 0 0 0 0 18. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by postnascence condition. Corrupt and corrupting postnascent aggregates are related to this prenascent body by postnascence condition. (1) (ii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by postnascence condition. Not corrupt but corrupting postnascent aggregates are related to this prenascent body by postnascence condition. (1) (iii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by postnascence condition. Not corrupt and not corrupting postnascent aggregates are related to this prenascent body by postnascence condition. (1)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Repetition 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 19. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by repetition condition. Preceding corrupt and corrupting aggregates are related to subsequent corrupt and corrupting aggregates by repetition

condition. (1) (ii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by repetition condition. Preceding. . . . Adaptation to change-of-lineage ; adaptation is related to purification by repetition condition. (1) (iii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by repetition condition. -8 1 2 040000 Change-of-lineage to Path ; purification is related to Path by repetition condition. (2)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Kamma 7 070000 20. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by kamma condition. Corrupt and corrupting volition is related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by kamma condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence(-kamma), ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting conascent volition is related to 020000 mind-produced matter by kamma condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting asynchronous volition is related 0 11 0 0 0 0 to resultant aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting, and not corrupt but corrupting state by kamma

condition. Corrupt and corrupting volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (3) (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by kamma condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) conascence(-kamm), ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt but corrupting conascent volition is related 030000 to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. At the moment of conception . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0

) Not corrupt but corrupting asynchronous volition is 050000 related to resultant aggregates and kamma-produced matter by kamma condition. (1) (v) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by kamma condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence(-kamma) , ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 020000 asynchronous (kamma). ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent volition is 010000 related to (its) associated aggregates by kamma condition. -8 1 2 010000

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting asynchronous faultless 0 14 0 0 0 0 volition is related to not corrupt and not corrupting resultant aggregates by kamma conditio. (1) (vi) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by kamma condition. Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent volition is related to mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (2) (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting, and not corrupt and not corrupting state by kamma condition. Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent volition is related to (its) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by kamma condition. (3)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Resultant 4 0 24 0 0 0 0 21. (i) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by resultant condition.

One not corrupt but corrupting resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition . . . two aggregates to two aggregates. . . . At the moment of conception, one not corrupt but corrupting aggregate is related to three aggregates and kamma-produced matter by resultant condition . . . two aggregates to two aggregates . . . aggtregates are related to (heart-)base by resultant condition. (1) (ii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by resultant condition. One not corrupt and not corrupting resultant aggregate is related to three aggregates by resultant condition . . . two aggregates to two aggregates. . . . (1) (iii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by resultant condition. Not corrupt and not corrupting resultant aggregates are related to mind-produced matter by resultant condition. (2) (iv) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting, and not corrupt and not corrupting state by resultant condition. One not corrupt and not corrupting resultant aggregate is -8 1 2 040000 related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by resultant condition . . . two aggregates. . . . (3)

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nutriment 7 0 13 0 0 0 0 22. (i)-(iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by nutriment condition . . . three. (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by nutriment condition. Not corrupt but corrupting nutriments are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by nutriment condition. At the moment of conception . . . . Edible food is related to this body by nutriment condition. (v)-(vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by nutriment condition. . . . three.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Faculty 7 0 13 0 0 0 0 23. (i)-(iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by faculty condition. . . . three. (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by faculty condition.

Not corrupt but corrupting faculties are related to (their) associated aggregates and mind-produced matter by faculty condition. At the moment of conception. . . . Eye-faculty to eye-consciousness . . . body-faculty is related to body-consciousness by faculty condition. Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced matter by faculty condition. (v)-(vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state . . . three.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Jhaýna, etc. 050000 24. Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by jhaýna condition . . . by path condition . . . by association condition. . . .

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Dissociation 5 030000 25. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by dissociation condition. (It is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting conascent aggregates are related 020000 to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting postnascent aggregates are 040000 related to this prenascent body by dissociation condition. (1) (ii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by dissociation condition. (It is of three kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0

a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) pre010000 nascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt but corrupting conascent aggregates are 060000 related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. At the moment of conception, not corrupt but corrupting aggregates are related to kamma-produced matter by dissociation condition ; aggregates to (heart-)base . . . (heart-)base is related to aggregates by dissociation condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : Eye-base to eye-consciousness. . . body-base 040000 is related to body-consciousness by dissociation condition ; (heart-)base is related to not corrupt but corrupting aggregates by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt but corrupting postnascent aggregates are 0 12 0 0 0 0 related to this prenascent body by dissociation condition. (1) (iii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by dissociation condition. Prenascent (heart-)base is related to corrupt and corrupting aggregates by dissociation condition. (2) (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not

corrupt and not corrupting state by dissociation condition. Prenascent (heart-)base is related to not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates by dissociation condition. (3) (v) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by dissociation condition. (it is of two kinds, namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence, ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent aggregates are 020000 related to mind-produced matter by dissociation condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b

0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting postnascent aggregates 030000 are related to this prenascent body by dissociation condition. -8 1 2 050000 One corrupt and corrupting aggregate is related to three aggregates by presence condition. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by presence condition. . . (1) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Presence 13 020000 26. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. (It is of two kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. . . (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition.

namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . and not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition. . two aggregates. . (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting . (3) 27.010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting conascent aggregates are related 020000 to mind-produced matter by presence condition. . One corrupt and corrupting aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition. . . (iv) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition. (It is of five kinds. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting postnascent aggregates are 0 10 0 0 0 0 related to this prenascent body by presence condition.

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) faculty. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) nutriment. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) prenascence. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence.a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.

. (one) sees the visible object. . .0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) One not corrupt but corrupting conascent aggregate is 050000 related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition . . . . . Visible object-base to eye-consciousness . . . By the power of divine-ear element. . One great primary of non-percipient beings is related to three great primaries by presence condition. . suffering and impersonality of the eye . suffering and impersonality of the (heart-)base. tangible objectbase is related to body-consciousness by presence condition. body . . (one) practises insight into the impermanency. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) practises insight into the imperma0 12 0 0 0 0 nency. tangible objects . By the power of divine-eye. . . hears the sound. . . At the moment of conception . . ear . . visible objects . . .

-8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 e 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Physical life-faculty is related to kamma-produced matter 040000 by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 d 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Edible food to this body. (1) (v) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by presence condition.Eye-base to eye-consciousness . . . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt but corrupting postnascent aggregates are 020000 related to this prenascent body by presence condition. (heart-)base is related to not corrupt but corrupting aggregates by presence condition. . . body-base to bodyconsciousness . . . . .

arises grief. (vii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by presence condition. . . . namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. (Heart-)base is related to corrupt and corrupting aggregates by presence condition. . (3) 28. . . (heart-)base.2 1 -1 1 0 0 Prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : (One) enjoys and delights in the eye. . Prenascent (heart-)base is related to not corrupt and not corrupting aggregates by presence condition. . Taking it 0 14 0 0 0 0 as object arises lust. (One) enjoys. . (2) (vi) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corruping state by presence condition. . (1) (viii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition. . . (It is of two kinds. One not corrupt and not corrupting aggregate is related to three aggregates by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . .

. .b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) postnascence. (2) (ix) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent aggregates are 020000 related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting postnascent aggregates 0 11 0 0 0 0 are related to this prenascent body by presence condition. (3) 29. (x) Nor corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not . . and not corrupt and not corrupting state by presence condition. One not corrupt and not corrupting aggregate is related to three aggregates and mind-produced matter by presence condition.

(It is of three kinds. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence.corrupting states are related to not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) post010000 nascence-nutriment. 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting conascent aggregates and 030000 great primaries are related to mind-produced matter by . ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (postnascence-)faculty.

(1) (xi) Not corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not corrupting states are related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting postnascent aggregates 010000 and edible food are related to this body by presence condition.presence condition. 210000 Conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One not corrupt and not corrupting 060000 . -8 1 2 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Not corrupt and not corrupting postnascent aggregates 050000 and physical life-faculty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition.

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conascence-prenascence 0 1 -1 1 0 0 : One corrupt and corrupting co060000 nascent aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by presence condition . . . . .conascent aggregate and (heart-)base are related to three aggregates by presence condition. (1) (xiii) Corrupt and corrupting and not corrupt but corrupting states are related to not corrupt but corrupting state by presence condition. (2) (xii) Corrupt and corrupting and not corrupt but corrupting states are related to corrupt and corrupting state by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) post- . two aggregates. namely :) ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) conascence. (It is of three kinds. . . . .

( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 . 010000 ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 a 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting conascent aggregates and great 030000 primaries are related to mind-produced matter by presence condition. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) (postnascence-)faculty.010000 nascence-nutriment. ( 2 1 -1 1 0 0 b 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting postnascent aggregates and 030000 edible food are related to this prenascent body by presence condition.

object 6. With root 7. faculty 7. Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by absence condition . prenascence 3. by disappearance condition . . and Non-disappearance 13 060000 30. dependence 13. proximity 7. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE (ii) ENUMERATION CHAPTER 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 020000 31. (2) 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Absence 7. repetition 3. postnascence 3. . . resultant 4. . -8 1 2 060000 strong-dependence 8. . mutuality 3. kamma 7. conascence 9. contiguity 7. jhaýna 7. .c 0 1 -1 1 0 0 ) Corrupt and corrupting postnascent aggregates and 040000 physical life-faculty are related to kamma-produced matter by presence condition. 1. predominance 8. path 7. . nutriment 7. . Disappearance 7. by non-disappearance condition.

. Of root. presence and non-disappearance 3 . disappearance 7. faculty 4. association. dependence. presence 13. dissociation 3. Of root. conascence. association 3. conascence. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 3 . mutuality 3. dependence. conascence . absence 7. conascence 7. Combination of root.association 3. mutuality. 3. path 4. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 Common 11 040000 With root condition and predominance 4. 1. presence 7. presence and non-disappearance (has) 7 (answers) ' 2. dependence 7. dependence. non-disappearance 13. non-disappearance 7. resultant 4. 220000 Combinations (9) 0 1 -1 1 0 0 Without resultant (4) 0 24 0 0 0 0 32. dissociation 5.

7. 9. Of root.4. mutuality. resultant. Of root. dependence. dissociation. presence and non-disappearance 4 . dissociation. resultant. conascence condition. Of root. conascence condition. presence and non-disappearance 2 . mutuality. Of root. With resultant (5) 5. (Abbreviated. mutuality. presence and non-disappearance 2 . conascence. .) (Expand in the same way as in Faultless Triplet. dependence. conascence.) End of Positive -8 1 2 0 39 0 0 0 0 2. strong-dependence condition. Of root. (1) (ii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. Of root. conascence. dependence. association. presence and non-disappearance 2 . dependence. conascence. conascence. resultant. 8. SELECTION OF THE CONDITIONS FOR NEGATIVE 33. conascence. presence and non-disappearance 1. dependence. 6. dissociation. resultant. dependence. presence and non-disappearance 3. (i) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by object condition. resultant.

strong-dependence condition. (2) (vii) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. postnascence condition. conascence condition. and not corrupt but corrupting state by conascence condition. kamma condition. (v) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. (1) (ix) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting state by object condition. strong-dependence condition. strong-dependence condition. (3) (viii) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by conascence condition. faculty condition. (4) 34. prenascence condition.strong-dependence condition. postnascence condition. (3) (iv) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting . conascence condition. postnascence condition. (2) . kamma condition. strong-dependence condition. prenascence condition. (1) (vi) Not corrupt but corrupting state is related to corrupt and corrupting state by object condition. (2) (iii) Corrupt and corrupting state is related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by strong-dependence condition. nutriment condition. prenascence condition.

With not-root 14. (1) (xiv) Corrupt and corrupting and not corrupt but corrupting state are related to not corrupt but corrupting state by conascence. not-object 14. postnascence-nutriment-faculty. not-conascence 10. (2) CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Ones 0 11 0 0 0 0 35. and not corrupt and not corrupting state by conascence condition. notproximity 14. not-predominance 14. not-contiguity 14.(x) Not corrupt and not corrupting state is related to not corrupt but corrupting. postnascence-nutriment-faculty. (3) (xi) Nor corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not corrupting states are related to not corrupt but corrupting state by conascence. not- . (1) (xii) Not corrupt but corrupting and not corrupt and not -8 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 corrupting states are related to not corrupt and not corrupting state by conascence -prenascence. (2) (xiii) Corrupt and corrupting and not corrupt but corrupting states are related to corrupt and corrupting state by conascenceprenascence.

not-non-disappearance 8. not-disappearance 14. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 By Twos 070000 With not-root condition and not-object 14. not-strong-dependence 13. With root condition. CONDITIONS : POSITIVE-NEGATIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Root 210000 By Twos 070000 36.mutuality 10 not-dependence 10 .) End of Negative 3. . not-postnascence 14. not-nutriment 14. not-predominance 7. not-path 14. not-absence 14. not-dissociation 8. not-faculty 14. . (Abbreviated. not-object 7. not-repetition 14. not-presence 8. not-resultant 14. not-kamma 14. .) (Enumeration in the same way as the Negative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. not-association 10. not-jhaýna 14. not-prenascence 12.

. -8 1 2 210000 Combinations 0 10 0 0 0 0 Combinations of root. not-strongdependence 7. not-postnascence 7. . not-faculty 7. not-object 7. . not-absence 7. (Abbreviated. not-nutriment 7. notassociation 3. not-disappearance 7. not-jhaýna 7. not-disappearance 7. conascence. not-dissociation 3 . . . . not-path 7. . presence and non-disappearance. . . not-mutuality 3. CONDITIONS : NEGATIVE-POSITIVE 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Nor-root 210000 By Twos 060000 37. notrepetition 7. not-kamma 7. With not-root condition.) (Classify in the same way as classified in the Positive-Negative Enumeration of Faultless Triplet.not-proximity 7. not-prenascence 7. not-contiguity 7. dependence. predominance 8. not-association 3. not-mutuality 3. object 6. . not-resultant 7. ) End of Positive -Negative 4. notdissociation 3.

non-disappearance 13. disappearance 7. contiguity 7.) End of Negative-Positive END OF CORRUPT TRIPLET -8 1 2 0 31 0 0 0 0 INTRODUCTION The Buddha expounded the Abhidhamma in the taývatimþsaý World of the Devas. jhaýna 7. nutriment 7.proximity 7.) (Classify in the same way as classified in the Negative-Positive Enumeration of Faultless Triplet. were provided. mutuality 3. . . deep and wide as the ocean. dissociation 5. conascence 9. He continued with the PatÞtÞhaýna where various methods. WHAT IS PATÞTÞHAýNA ? . dependence 13. (Abbreviated. presence 13. strong-dependence 8. path 7. After He completed the Yamaka which forms the Sixth Book of Abhidhamma PitÞaka. repetition 3. resultant 4. postnascence 3. 220000 By Threes 070000 With not-root and not-object conditions. absence 7. . prenascence 3. association 3. kamma 7. predominance 7. faculty 7.

with refernce to the 24 conditions to show how the causes and their effects are related. only the manifested causes and effects are considered. all the ultimate realities. This means that visible object-base. In the methods of the Four Noble Truths and Dependent Origination. i. DEFINITIONS 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Condition (paccaya) .e. the forces that bring about the relations between the causes and effects are also taken into account and it is with these forces that this subject is primarily concerned. by the force of object condition or the conditioning force of object. a state as the condition. have to be unavoidably mentioned. Hence statements such as " Visible object-base is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states by object condition " are met with in the Text. both singly and in combinations. stress is laid on the underlying forces that bring about the relations between them. the states as the conditioned. But in PatÞtÞhaýna. is related to eye-consciousness element and its associated states.PatÞtÞhaýna (Conditional Relations) deals with the 22 Triplets and 100 Couplets of the DhammasanþganÞ ý. Although the states. as causes and effects.

Thus greed is a conditioning state of root condition and visible object-base is a conditioning state of object condition. Root condition and object condition are generic terms for all the six roots and all the objects respectively.0 1 -1 1 0 0 . 0 1 -1 1 0 0 . is a specific object condition. It is that which must precede the 040000 operation of a cause. is a specific root condition and the -8 1 2 030000 object. greed. 210000 Conditioning state (paccaya dhamma). This applies to all the conditions. visible object-base. But the root. It is the cause that is related to an effect and without which there can be no effect. 0 1 -1 1 0 0 It is the state which 060000 is the cause on which the effect is dependent. 2 1 -1 1 0 0 Conditioned state (paccayuppanna dhamma).

2 1 -1 1 0 0 Related (upakaýraka). 0 1 -1 1 0 0 In the first six 060000 chapters. it is the state which is not a conditioned state of the positive conditions.It is the state 060000 which is the effect that results from a cause. It is the effect which is related by a cause. 0 1 -1 1 0 0 This m