Sunday, December 9, 2012

Nāma ref Tipitaka


In Buddhist Tipitaka, what are the direct references to Nāma?

Viññana paccaya nama-rapam
How to know Viññana is Nāma?

In Tipitaka Suttas, where find vedanā, sañña, saṅkhāra, viññāṇa directly categorized (referenced) as Nāma?

If not, is the consideration of vedanā, sañña, saṅkhāra, viññāṇa as Nāma, just an interpretation?

Additional Details

@Fake Genius,
Question is not answered yet.
Does Tipitaka (main Buddhist scripture) specifically categorize 5-Aggregates in to naama & Ruupa?
Need clear reference.
Else, who has the authority to interpret in to such distinctions?

Buddhism is for and directs at the living & wise, not death of a man or what happens next.
"everyone reborn again" shall refer to death and reborn of 5 aggregates, not in general usage sense.
Is Ruupa the description of a mental definition/self?
Is Naama it's name of reference to other definitions?
Main Question is not answered yet, though the question explained very clearly to [Fake Genius].

@dieter b,
As remedy to your concern, Google, Yahoo search engines are available to you, in order to reference Pali and Sanskrit terms. There may be differences in original terms and corresponding translation/ interpretations. Copying them would unnecessarily lengthen the description of the question.

@twinkle toez ✞ ℳerry ✞ ℭhristmas,
Simple opinion without supportive facts (baseless) cannot be researched, and in turn cannot be discussed. Therefore, your comment remains a hypothesis (assumption). Only you can know the intentions (causes) to your opinion.

@Fuha Eshin,
Use following online Pali to English dictionary



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