Eighty-two dharmas of the Theravada
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|Lists of dharmas|
- consciousness (citta) that encompasses a single dhamma type and of which the essential characteristic is the cognizing of an object;
- fifty-two mental factors;
- materiality or physical phenomena (rūpa) that include twenty-eight dhammas that make up all physical occurrences.
- nibbana - this dhamma is unconditioned (asaṅkhata); it neither arises nor ceases through causal interaction.