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I. The Manual and the History of Psychology. II. The Date of the
Manual (p. xviii). III. On the Commentaries and the Importance
IV. On the Method and Argument of
On the Chief Subject of Inquiry-
On the Inquiry into Rūpam and the
Buddhist Theory of Sense (p. xli.).
sophy of Mind and Theory of Intellection (p. lxiii.). VIII. On the
Buddhist Notions of Good, Bad, and Indeterminate' (p. lxxxii.).
Good in relation to the Universe of Form (rūpāvacara-
Methods for inducing Jhana: I. The Eight Artifices. II. The
Stations of Mastery (p. 58). III. The Three First Deliver-
ances (p. 63). IV. The Four Jhanas of the Sublime Abodes
Good in relation to the Universe of the Formless (a rūpāva-
cara kusalam). The Four Jhanas connected with Form-
I. The First Path. II. The Second Path (p. 95). III. The
The Group on Contagion (p a rāmāsa gocchakam)
The Group on Grasping (upā dāna-gocchakam)...
The Group on the Corruptions (kilesa-goccha kam)
On the Supplementary Digest appended to the Dhamma-Sangani,
and entitled, in the Commentary, the Aṭṭhakatha-
J. P. T. S. Journal of the Pali Text Society.
M. B. V.-Mahā Bodhi Vansa.
Mah.- Mahā Vansa.
S. B. E.-Sacred Books of the East.
Vis. M.-Visuddhi Magga.
[By 'printed text,' or simply 'text,' is always meant the edition published in 1885 by the Pali Text Society, unless otherwise stated.]