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Kuu.tadanta Diigha Siilakhandha Vagga DN.05 D.i.127ff. 12/040 sacrifice, welfare, government, economics, criminal responses to Kutadanta Brahmin concerning the performance of sacrifices that social welfare is better than killing animals, which avoids problems in governing country, economics and criminality
Also enumerated are the five components of the 'graduated sermon' (anupubbikathaa) style of the Buddha: 1. expounding of generosity (daanakathaa); 2. expounding of self-discipline (siilakathaa); 3. expounding of heaven (saggakathaa); 4. expounding the harmfulness of sensuality (kaamaadiinavakathaa), and; 5. expounding the benefit of renunciation (nekkhammaanisa.msakathaa) at D.i.148.


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