By Richard H. Robinson
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V i m a l a k x r t i - n i r d e s a (T 474, T 475) 3.
E x i s te n c e o f th e effe c t in th e c a u s e 3. u n ity 8. i n e x is te n c e of th e e f f e c t in th e cau: 4. m u ltip lic ity 9. e t e r n a l n e s s 5. s e n s e - p e r c e p tio n 10. e m p tin e ss 34 E a r l y M á d h y a m i k a in India and 'China There are s e v e n ty - f iv e or more s im ile s in th e Hundred T r e a tis e , and a good p roportion of them a l s o o cc u r in th e Nyàya Sütrasi Ch. I : s a l t a% nd s a l t i n e s s ; th e lamp lig h ts s e l f and o th e rs; m an tras a c t a t a d is ta n c e ; fa r -a w a y s ta r s a f f e c t m e n 's luck ; th e e le p h a n t and i t s trunk; th e d yer c le a n in g h is clo th; th e p o tter w ho m ak es and th e n b re a k s; w a sh in g and d yein g ; th e lamp lig h ts but d o e s not c re a te .
The p a s s io n and th e im p assio n ed 7. the th re e marks of th e co n ditio n ed 8. the a c t and the ag e n t 9. the p r e - e x is te n t 10. fire and fuel 11. beginning p oint and end p oin t 12. suffering 13. the sa m sk a ra s (co m p o site th in g s) 14. com bination (the s e lf- o th e r relatio n ) 15. ow n-being 16. bondage and r e le a s e 17. deed and r e s u lt 18. the atm an 19. time 20. co nju nction (of c a u s e s and e ffe c ts) 21. origin and d is s o lu tio n 22. the T athag ata 2 3.