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Shwe Zan Aung. trans.. • 1967). p. 273. Karunadasa. Buddhist Analysis of Matter. pp. 4-5. Rupam riipakkhandho til Piyampam siitampath rupam, na riipakkhandho,' riipakkhandho riipam ceva riipakkhandho ca. Na riipam na riipakkhandho til ... Piyariipam siitariipam na riipakkhandho, riipam; riipaii ca riipakkhandhaii co Ihapetvii avasesii na ceva riipam no ca riipakkhandho (Ymk. i. 16-17). Aung, Compendium of Philosophy, p. 273. The Rupakkhandha 33 one classes of consciousness). However, this particular interpretation is based, it would seem, on speculation as it is not supported by any textual evidence.
27 The Khandhtisutta of the Samyuttanikiiya explicjtly defines these two sets of "aggregates" without, however,comparing them: And what, monks, are the five aggregates'! Whatever matter, sensation, recognition, karmic activities, and consciousness, be it past, present, or future, internal or external, gross or subtle, inferior or superior, far or near, these are called matter, sensation, recognition, karmic activities and consciousness aggregates .... And what, monks, are the five clinging-aggregates?
Hana Ii (Vsm. 367). 30 Paramatthamaiijilsii, 363. Quoted from Ven. , 1979), p. 400, n. 38. 31 Karunadasa, Buddhist Analysis of Matter, p. 26. The Abhidhannalcoia supports this thesis by maintaining that "les grands elements (mahiibhutas) sont, entre eux, sahabhilhetu" (La Vallee Poussin, Abhidhannalroia. 1:248-49). The Rupakkhandha 37 hard or soft or spread or coagulated, but also as imbued with other qualities, such as colour. The primary elements, then, appear in a variety of forms apparently unrelated to their own qualities.
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