Apologies that I cannot recall the source, but I have read the opinion that dukkha-dukkha (suffering of suffering), viparinama-dukkha (suffering due to change) and sankhara-dukkha (suffering due to formations) are not to be regarded different sets/subsets of suffering, but rather, progressively more refined
understandings of dukkha. Whoever said it (possibly Thanissaro Bhikkhu?), I'm inclined to agree.
The latter of those three appears to be the most suitable understanding to bring to suttas such as the one presently being studied, particularly as it is concerned with formations that arise dependently upon requisite conditions.
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"The uprooting of identity is seen by the noble ones as pleasurable; but this contradicts what the whole world sees." (Snp 3.12)
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