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BD. BHSD. = = = = = = BTTA. = Budv. BudvA. CHI. Comp. Corny. Cp. CPD. = = = = = = = D. DA. DkA. Dhp. Dhs. Dial. Divy. DPPN. = = = = = = = = Dresden = Expos. S. It A. Iti. = = = = Anguttara-Nikaya Commentary on A. Apadana AtthasalinI The Book of the Discipline Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary (Franklin Edgerton) Buddhist Texts through the Ages (ed. E. Conze) Buddhavamsa Commentary on Budv. Cambridge History of India Compendium of Philosophy Commentary Cariyapitaka Critical Pali Dictionary (Dines Andersen and Helmer Smith) Digha-Nikaya Commentary on D.

L B. HORNER. LONDON, JULY, 1961. ABBREVIATIONS A. AA. Ap. Asl. BD. BHSD. = = = = = = BTTA. = Budv. BudvA. CHI. Comp. Corny. Cp. CPD. = = = = = = = D. DA. DkA. Dhp. Dhs. Dial. Divy. DPPN. = = = = = = = = Dresden = Expos. S. It A. Iti. = = = = Anguttara-Nikaya Commentary on A. Apadana AtthasalinI The Book of the Discipline Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary (Franklin Edgerton) Buddhist Texts through the Ages (ed. E. Conze) Buddhavamsa Commentary on Budv. Cambridge History of India Compendium of Philosophy Commentary Cariyapitaka Critical Pali Dictionary (Dines Andersen and Helmer Smith) Digha-Nikaya Commentary on D.

Ii. , M. iii. 120). There is nothing remarkable in this, however. The moral precepts were almost certainly pre-Buddhist; and as adherence to them is fundamental for the development of mentality and Wisdom, so they are part of the ancient Way trodden by the Buddhas of old (see Miln. 217). Similarly there are four dhammapaddni, footprints, bases of Dhamma, spoken of as being long-standing, traditional and ancient (A. ii. 29; c/. D. iii. 229, Netti 170), but not referred to in Miln. An absence of innovations in a work so long and so rich as the Miln, would have been surprising.

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