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not a perversion

[1176] disconnected with perversion and unperverted [1184] without concomitant object of thought [1186] not mind

[1188] not mental property

[1190] disconnected with thought

[1192] detached from thought

[1194) not something coming into being together with thought

[1198] not consecutive to thought

[1200] not derived

[1210) without the attribute of Grasping

[1218] disconnected with Grasping, and not favouring it

[1228] without the attribute of vice

[1240] not vicious

[1242] not vitiated

[1243a] disconnected with the vices, and not vicious [1253] without zest

[1273] unaccompanied by zest

[1275] unaccompanied by ease

[1277] unaccompanied by indifference

[1279] Unincluded

[1287] that by which there is no going away

[1289] something having no Beyond

[1293] not harmful

[1295] In the Cy. on the Dhātu-Kathā, nibbāna m (Nirvana) is always substituted for a san khato kha ndh o.

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Abhidhamma, xxviii, xxxiii, xxxvii, lxiii, § 12 n. 5, 676 n. 2.
Abhidhammattha-Sangaha, § 146 n., 37 n. 2, 566 n. 1.

Abhithāņas, the, 1028 n. 2.

Abruptness, 418 n. 3, 1060.

Abstraction, 265 n. 2. See Concentration, Jhāna.

Adjustment of mind, lxxvi ff., 8, 15 n. 4, 21 n. 4.

Esthetic sense, 250 n. 1.

Aggregates, 58 n. 1. See Skandhas.

Agitation, 1366, iii.

Air, 425 n. 6, 648, 965 (iv).

Ajita Kesakambali, 1215 n. 3.

Alāra Kālāma, 265 n. 2.

Alertness, lxxvii, 42.

Alimentation, 646 n. 4.

Alkmæon, lx f.

Altruism, cii, 32 n. 2, 1056 n. 4.

Ambrosial way, 296, n. 2.

Amity, 1343.

Analysis, 8 n. 4, 16.

Anguttara-Nikaya, xxxiii, xxxvi, 1340 n. 1.

Anima, De, xli, xliv, lxix, 625 n. 2.

Animism, xliii f., lxxx f.; Patriotic, xlv.

Annihilationists, 381 n. 4, 1099 n. 3 and 6, 1316.

Annoyance, 53 n. 3, 1060.

Anti-causationists, 1028 n. 2.

Anuradhapura, xxvii f.

Application, 7, 160 f., 263 n. 1, 283 n. 1, 461.

Arahant, xcviii f., 568 n. 1, 648 n. 2, 992 n. 4, 1016 n. 2, 1158
n. 1, 1366 (vi) n. 3.

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3, 342.

Arahantship, 34 n. 2, 277 nn. 1, 2, 362 n. 1, 583 n. 4, 1007 n. 3,
1298 n. 4, 1299, 1366 (vi) n.
Aristotle, on substance, xliv ; on common sensibles ", 1, 455 n. 3;
in Limbo, liii; on sensuous media, lxi; on like knowing
like, lxix; on the good, xcii; on association, 1 n. 4; on
physical basis of thought, lxxxvi; on sense-discrimination,
625 n. 2; on cause, 1053 n. 1.

Arnold, Matthew, lxxiv, lxxvi.

Artifices for inducing Jhana, 160 f., 202 f.
Āsavas, x, xliii, xciv, 1096 f., 1366 (viii).

Assimilation, 455 n. 3, 469 n. 1, cf. 574 n.

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Association, lxxxix, 1 n. 4, 1073 n.
Astronomy, 617 n. 32.
Attainments, 1330, 1331.
Attention, lxxiv f.; and sense, lxxiv, lxxxiii ; and thought,

lxxiv, n. ; definition of, 1 (p. 5 n.); in concentration, 15 n. 4,
248 n. 3, 365 n. 1 (p. 92), 431 n. 4, 455 n. 1, 598 nn., 2

(p. 182), 1334.
Atthasālinī, xxvii, and passim.
Augustine, lxxxvii, n. 2.
Aung, S.Z. ix f.
Avarice, 1059 (p. 259), 1122.
Aversion, 250 n. 1.
Awakening xcviii, 285 n. 2, 358 (8).

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Bad, 365 f., 982, 1008 n. 1.
Bain, A., xxii.
Balance, 57, 413, 414, 420 n. 1, 426 n. 1 (p. 109), 1360.
Basis, 679 f., 781 f., 1229 n. 1.
Bastian, A., 566 n. 1.
Becoming, 70 n. See Universe.
Berkeley and Buddhism, xxiii, xlii.
Beyond, having no, xliv, xcii, 1293.
Blame, fear of, 31, 39, 1301, 1303; disregard of, 365, 1229, 1300,

1302.
Blue, 245 n. 2, 617 n. 3. See Indigo,
Body, lvii, lxvi, 636, 665, 667, 673 n., 962 n. 3, 1003.
Body-sensibility, lxiii, 443 n. 1, 596, 613 f., 636 n. 2.
Bonds, 390, 1151, 115la.
Bovine morals, 1005 n. 1, 1216 n. 2.
Buddha. See Gotama.
Buddhaghosa, ix f., xxxi, and passim.
Buddhist philosophy, ethical character of, xxii; psychological

character of, ib., xli; empirical character of its psychology,
xxiii, genetio treatment of, ibid. ; history of, xxxi; attitude

towards physical universe, lxx.
Buoyancy. See Lightness.
Burnet, J., 676 n. 2.
Calm. See Quiet, 161.
Catechetical method, why used, xxxiv f.
Categories, liv, 584 f., 1096 f. ; Aristotelian, xliv.
Cat's eye, 617.
Causation, cf. chain, cycle of, lxxxii, 1004 n. 2, 1336.
Cause (moral) cf., 595, 981 n. 2, 1010 f., 1034, 1053 n. 1, 1073 n. 2.
Ceylon schools, xxviii f.
Childers, R. C., 21 n. 4, and passim.
Churlishness, 33 n. 3, 418, 1060.

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Clear (the mind), lxxxvi, 6.
Cleaving, 1156.
Cognition, how used, lxxx n. 3, 1 n. 2 (p. 2) 469, 484, 564;

re-representative, lxxxv, 265 n. 1, 269 n. 2, 469 n. 1; modes

of sense-, C., 431, 556 ; theory of, lxxi f.
Cohesiveness, 652 n. 3.
Colebrooke, 1053 n.
Collapse. 425.
Collocation, conjuncture, lxvii, 58 n. 1.
Colour-terms, 246 n. 2 f., 617.
Commentaries, xxvii-xxx.
Commentary, The = Atthasālini (Asl., passim).

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Compliance, 1059.
Composure. See Quiet.
Comprehension, 53 n. 1.
Computation, 1353.
Conation, xxii, 1 n. 2 (p. 4), 269 n. 2, 1097 n. 1.
Conceit, 365 n. 1, 1116 n. 2.
Concentration, lxxvii, 15, 24, 161, 162 f., 211 n. 1, 365 n. 1,

570 n. 1. Cf. Self-collectedness.
Concept, xcvi.
Conception, in rebirth, 484 n. 1; in psychology. See Application.
Condition, xl, 1337. See Cause and Moral Root.
Conditioned, 583 n. 1, 595, 1083.
Conduct, 300.
Conscience (= sati plus hiri), 14, 30 n. 1, 146 n. 1.

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Conscientiousness, 30 f., 38, 1300 f.
Consciousness (moral), xxiii, xxxviii, xli f.; evolution of, lxxiii ;

as a kasiņa, 202 n. 2, 273; zero-point of, 268. See Skandhas.
Consistency, vi, xxx, lx, 30 n. 1.
Contact, lxi f., 2, 71, 600 f., 616, 648, 679 f., 687 f., 781 f.
Contagion. See Perversion.
Contemplation, xcvi.
Content, xcii, of the goal, 1366 (vi).
Contumacy, 1325.
Coolness, 41 n. 2.
Co-ordinating faculty, lxxx, lxxxiv,
Corinthians, Ep. ii, 1034 n. 1.
Corruptions. See Vices.
Courtesy, 1344.
Covetousness, 32, 389, 1059, 1097.
Craving, 1 n. 2, 1059, 1312.
Crookedness, 50.
Cruelty, 251 n. 1.
Cultivation, 160 f., 1259, 1354, 1366 (vii).
Culture, lvii, lxv, 171 n. 1; of will, xcv f., 251 n. 1, 1007 n. 2.

Dante, lii f.

Darwin, lvi, ci.

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Davids, T. W. Rhys, xxii; "Buddhism," S.P.C.K., 429 n. 1,
1342 n. 2; "Buddhist Suttas "S.B.E., 251 n. 1; "Questions
of Milinda," 7 n. 1, 13 n. 1, 14 nn. 1, 3; 1302 n. 2, 1348 n. 3;
1366 n. 3;
American Lectures," xlii, 381 n. 2, 1005 n. 1,
1113 n. 1; "Yogavacara's Manual," xevi n. 2; 7 n. 2, 9
n. 6, 11 n. 1, 176 n. 1, 203 n. 2, 344 n. 2, 1056 n. 2 (p. 254) ;
"Dialogues," lxxvi n. 3, lxxxvii, n. 2, 160 n. 3, 285 n. 2,
400 n. 2, 429 n., 577 n., 1059 n. 3 (p. 255), 1096 n., 1319 ñ.,
1345 n. 4.

Decay, 595, 596, 644, 653 n. 2, 734.

Deception, 50 n. 3.

Deductive method, lxiv.

Definition, logic of, xxxv, xlviii.

Delighting in, 1059.

Deliverances, 248.

Demokritus, lv, lxi, lxiv.

De Morgan, li.

Derived form, liv f., 596.

Desire, 1 n. 2 (p. 4), 13, 160 n. 3, 365 n. 1, 1097; as dominant,

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269, 529, 1034 n. 2; a doubt, 425 n..1; sensuous.

First Jhana.

Deussen, P., lv, n.

Devas, xxxiii, liii f.

Devouring, 1059.

Dhammadinna, lxx, c, 1003 n. 3.

Digha Nikaya, xlii and passim.

Discernment, 16.

Discipline, 1003 n. 2 (p. 238).

Discreet, 1301.

Discrimination, lxxvi, 16; 150 n. 2.

Disinterestedness, lxxvi, 21, 32 n. 2, 136, 162, 275.

Disorder (temper), 418, 1060; (opinion), 381.

Disposing, 7, 283.

Distraction, lxxvii, 365 n. 1, 425 f., 1160. See Excitement.

Divine states, lix, xcvii, 251 f.

Dogmatize, inclination to, 1139.

Dominant influence, 269 f., 359, 528 (vi), 1034.

Door of faculties, 1345 f.

Door-theory of cognition, xxx, lxi n. lxxvi, lxxxvi, 1 n. 2 (p. 2),

455 n. 3, 469 n. 1, 568 n., 574 n.

Doubt, 160 n. 5 (p. 41), 425, 1004.

Douglas, C., xxii, n. 1.

Dullness, 34, 362 n. 1, 390, 425a n. 1, 1007 f., 1061; absence of,
xcix, 16, 34, 441 n. 1, 498a, 576a, 1057, 1062,

Duns Scotus, xxxi.

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