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A.10_043 Dutiya Vivaada Sutta The ten roots of quarrels are enumerated as: 1. when injustice is claimed to be just; 2. when justice is claimed to be unjust; 3. when a trivial offence is claimed to be a serious one; 4. when a serious offence is claimed to be a trivial one; 5. when an offence against chastity is claimed to be no offence 6. when no offence against chastity is cl aimed to be an offence; 7. when a partial offence is claimed to be a complete offence; 8. when a complete offence is claimed to be a partial offence; 9. when a pardonable offence is claimed to be unpardonable, and; 10. when an unpardonable offence is claimed to be pardonable. These are the ten reasons why quarrels arise. 38/142 Dasaka Nipaata, Pa.thama Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.i.


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