although I agree to most of what you posted here, I need to comment on this.
I think the view "there is no self" is not
appropriate to abandon any view of self because it still circles around a view of self and easily entangles one in a thicket of views bound to the extremes of existence and non-existence. One oversimplifies the issue by adopting that view and establishes a hindrance in understanding DO for oneself. It is a view which has to be abandoned too if you ask me. If there really isn't something, like for example a "jweponguopapoydtru", which apart from the letters I randomly put together doesn't have any significance at all, we really don't need to keep ourselves busy with it.
What must be known and seen as they are is the five aggregates — their nature, their arising, and their passing away
. Dependen Origination is what describes it, avoiding the extremes of existence and non-existence. The view "there is a self" and the view "there is no self" become obvious as being delusion, their illusoriness become clear by understanding DO. It is not by removing one view through another by which one gains insight, enters the path and becomes enlightened, it is by seeing things as they are!
vinasp wrote:My opinion is that right view is the view - "there is no self", which
is used to remove the view of self.
If anyone thinks that the view "there is no self" is a wrong view,
and should be given up, then they will never enter the noble
eightfold path, and never become enlightened.
May opinion is that it is good that this is just your opinion and not what the Buddha taught when you ask me.
best wishes, acinteyyo