Could someone please clarify: is 'the fetter' being referred to here, equivalent to (one or another of) the ten fetters (saṃyojana)?“And further, the monk remains focused on mental qualities in & of themselves with reference to the sixfold internal & external sense media. And how does a monk remain focused on mental qualities in & of themselves with reference to the sixfold internal & external sense media? There is the case where he discerns the eye, he discerns forms, he discerns the fetter that arises dependent on both.17 He discerns how there is the arising of an unarisen fetter. And he discerns how there is the abandoning of a fetter once it has arisen. And he discerns how there is no further appearance in the future of a fetter that has been abandoned. [The same formula is repeated for the remaining sense media: ear, nose, tongue, body, & intellect.]
For example: suppose one sees a pleasing form. Is 'the fetter that arises' in that instance, sensual passion? In the case of a displeasing form, resistance?