|Sutta Name||Nikaya||Vagga||Academic||PTS||PSA Plae||Keywords||Notes|
|Paasaadika||Diigha||Paa.tika Vagga||DN.29||D.iii.117ff.||15/259||teacher, teaching||On the death of Nigantha Nataputta, wrangling breaks out amongst his followers. The Buddha said not much more is to be expected from followers of such a doctrine. Concerns the teacher and Dhammavinaya that is perfect and imperfect.
Also the Buddha enumerates the Three Forms of Proficiency (kosalla): 1. proficiency as to gain or progress (aayakosalla); 2. proficiency as to loss or regret (apaayakosalla), and; 3. skilful means (upaayakosalla) at D.iii.220.
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