Dependent Origination

Some articles on dependent origination, dependent:

Avijja
... Impermanence Suffering Non-self Dependent Origination Middle Way Emptiness Karma Rebirth Samsara Cosmology Practices Three Jewels Buddhist Paths to liberation Morality Perfections ... teachings as follows The first link in the twelve links of dependent origination ... the Theravada Abhidharma teachings Within the context of the twelve links of dependent origination, avidya is typically symbolized by a person who is blind or wearing a blindfold ...
Middle Way - Theravada - Dependent Origination
... Dependent Origination (Pratītyasamutpāda) describes the existence of objects and phenomena as the result of causes ... is nothing with an eternal self or atman, only mutually dependent origination and existence ... as subsisting in the causal connectedness of dependent arising is often presented in Buddhist thought as 'the middle' (madhyama/majjhima) between the views of 'eternalism' (śaśvata-/sassata-vāda) and 'annihilation ...
Pratītyasamutpāda - Relation To Other Buddhist Concepts - The Four Noble Truths
... The principle of dependent origination is closely related to the Four Noble Truths ... explains What is it that the Four Noble Truths and dependent origination have in common? The principle that both have in common is the principle of causality—the law of cause and ... Here too in regard to dependent origination, the fundamental principle at work is that of cause and effect ...

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