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Idappaccayata

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The Natural Cure for Spiritual Disease
Nature — for example, the law of idappaccayata, which is the law of causality and conditionality — is the Buddhist. God.
Buddhadasa Bhikkhu: The Middle Way Life in a World of Polarity
intellectual and experiential, of idappaccayata—the universal natural law that all things happen because of causes and conditions.
Nine Tas
Idappaccayata - Ee-dah-pah-chah-YAH-tah, conditionality, interdependence. Sunnata - Sue-NAH-tah, voidness. Tathata - Tah-TAH-tah, thusness.
Dependent Co
(tathata), necessity (avitathata), invariability (anannathata) and conditionality. ( idappaccayata).
Buddhist Economics Approach to Institutional Entrepreneur: A Case
between different motives and rationality is needed (Rocha et al., 2006).

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A Glossary of Pali and Buddhist Terms
Idappaccayata, Foundation of Dependent Origination, and the
On idappaccayata, the principle of conditions or the elements of reality.
Idappaccayata
idappaccayata: (idappaccayataa) This/that conditionality.
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