Seventy-five dharmas of the Abhidharma-kosha

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The Abhidharma-kosha identifies seventy-five dharmas (elements) that the Sarvāstivāda school "held were substantially existent (dravyasat) and endowed with intrinsic nature (svabhava)".[1] These are:[2][3][note 1]

Three unconditioned factors

The three unconditioned factors identified in the Abhidharma-kosha are:

  1. akasa - space
  2. pratisamkhya-nirodha - extinction through intellectual power
  3. apratisamkhya-nirodha - extinction due to lack of a productive cause,

Notes

  1. In this list, the translations for terms are from Buswell, Steven D. Goodman, and Rigpa Wiki.


References

  1. Princeton Dict icon 166px.png Buswell & Lopez 2014, s.v. Sarvāstivāda
  2. Princeton Dict icon 166px.png Buswell & Lopez 2014, s.v. Seventy-five dharmas of the Abhidharma-kosha
  3. Goodman 2020, Appendix 1.


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