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Conversely, assuming that the texts have a common source, it seems to me that the differences can be easily explained. As I have pointed out elsewhere [p. ], the Buddhist mâtrkôh together with their commentaries correspond most closely to the Brahmanical sütras. They both consist of a brief text which was committed to memory and which was supplemented by (originally oral) explanations, which were adapted to the gradual development of the doctrine before eventually being replaced by written commentaries.
582bl8-593a24) (p. 593b4-614bl) The first section treats the causality of cognition in general. First of all, the four kinds of causes, hetupratyayah, samantara- The Canonical Works 29 pratyayah, älambanapratyayafy and adhipatipratyayah, are enumerated, and this is followed by an explanation of what these four causes consist of in the case of a cognition, that is, what hetupratyayah etc. is in the case of a cognition, and for what this itself is hetupratyayah etc. (p. 547b22-c4). Then further determinants are adduced.
We are thus dealing with a work from the period before the Pali and the Sarvâstivâda schools separated, a work which was then taken over and transmitted by both schools. Thus, the Dharmaskandha proves to be a very early work from the time before Asoka's missions and can therefore also be regarded as the Sarvästivadin's earliest Abhidharma work after the Samgïtiparyâya. This also provides us with a criterion for the accurate evaluation of this work. In singling out particular groups of doctrinal concepts and treating them in a completely new way, the Dharmaskandha takes the first step beyond the old Abhidharma, beyond the latter's superficial compilation of lists and its impersonal and worn-out methods of interpretation.