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Anatta Sutta

1. Anatta Sutta.– All the aggregates are without the self. The Noble Disciple feels revulsion towards them realising that, for him, there is no hereafter (S.iii.21).

2. Anatta Sutta.– A certain monk asks the Buddha for a brief teaching. The Buddha questions him about the five aggregates. He replies that they are not-self and that desire for them should be abandoned. (S.iii.77).

3. Anatta Sutta.– The five aggregates are not-self and desire for them should be abandoned. (S.iii.178).

4. Anatta Sutta.– Taught to Rādha at Sāvatthi in answer to his question “What is not-self ?” S.iii.196.

5. Anatta Sutta.– Taught to Rādha. That which is without a self must be put away. S.iii.199, S.iii.201.

6. Anatta Sutta.–

7. Anatta Sutta.– The idea of not-self in what is unsatisfactory (dukkhe anattāsaññā) when cultivated, conduces to great profit. S.v.133.

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