Re: [dsg] concept a shorthand for a long detailed account of realities
- op 01-11-2003 16:52 schreef Larry op LBIDD@...:
> A Sujin: "Whatever we read represents realities. By weather' isL: This is exactly as I see it also, i.e.: carriages, persons, and
> meant the heat or cold or other experiences felt as a result of this
> condition. We use weather' as a kind of shorthand for an
> otherwise long detailed account of realities."
> governments are realities insofar as the words "carriages, "persons"N: I would turn this around: the khandhas are not as complex as carriages,
> and "governments" point to the rise and fall of the complex
> manifestation of khandhas.
persons. Insight is developed of nama and rupa, so that their rise and fall
eventually can be realized.
L: The only issue now is to
> figure out a distinction between this use of concept and the use asN: I am not a mathematicus, perhaps Howard can answer this. I do not see any
> exemplified by "mathematics". Or do we want to say mathematics is a
> shorthand for the rise and fall of realities (mostly? rupa).
- Hi Mike,
Nice to hear from you. Thanks for your good wishes, Hope to hear more from
Now I catch your eye, I remember that latent tendencies was a favorite
subject for you. As I announced, I am just trying to translate from Thai, it
goes very slowly. Be on the look out, and please feed back!
op 19-11-2003 04:08 schreef mlnease op mlnease@...:
> Hi Sarah and Connie,
> I should think you've had enough half-promises from me...!
> Best wishes all around.