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How does Dependent Origination relate to mode of conditioning (Paccaya)?

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 4:38 am
by SarathW
How does Dependent Origination relate to mode of conditioning (Paccaya)?

Buddhism teaches that all phenomena, mental and physical, arise through conditions. In the Abhidhamma the modes of conditionality are analyzed into twenty-four types of relationship, each representing a tie between a condition and the phenomena it conditions. A brief account of these is as follows:


https://accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors ... #causality

Re: How does Dependent Origination relate to mode of conditioning (Paccaya)?

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 6:48 am
by justindesilva
The answer to this post is in the post today " no birth without rebirth" especially in Nalakslapiyo sutta SN 12.67

Re: How does Dependent Origination relate to mode of conditioning (Paccaya)?

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 8:23 am
by Dinsdale
SarathW wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 4:38 am
How does Dependent Origination relate to mode of conditioning (Paccaya)?
Buddhism teaches that all phenomena, mental and physical, arise through conditions. In the Abhidhamma the modes of conditionality are analyzed into twenty-four types of relationship, each representing a tie between a condition and the phenomena it conditions. A brief account of these is as follows:
https://accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors ... #causality
I find it easier to focus on the two main modes of conditionality described in the DO suttas:
1. Synchronous ( "When this is, that is..." ) and
2. Sequential ( "When this arises, that arises..")