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пали 556.Tayidaṃ santilakkhaṇaṃ, accutirasaṃ, assāsakaraṇarasaṃ vā, animittapaccupaṭṭhānaṃ, nippapañcapaccupaṭṭhānaṃ vā.
khantibalo Её характеристикой является умиротворение. Её функцией является не умирать или утешать. Она проявляется как не имеющая представления или она проявляется как неразнообразие.
Nyanamoli thera 66.It has peace as its characteristic. Its function is not to die; or its function is to comfort. It is manifested as the signless; or it is manifested as non- diversification.17
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Comm. NT: 17. Nippapañca (non-diversification) is one of the synonyms for Nibbāna. The word papañca is commonly used in the Commentaries in the sense (a) of an impediment or obstacle (Dhp-a I 18), and (b) as a delay, or diffuseness (XVII.73). The sense in which the word is used in the Suttas is that of diversifying and is best exemplified at M I 111: “Friends, due to eye and to a visible object eye-consciousness arises. The coincidence of the three is contact. With contact as condition there is feeling. What a man feels that he perceives. What he perceives he thinks about. What he thinks about he diversifies (papañceti). Owing to his having diversified, the evaluation of diversifying perceptions besets a man with respect to past, future, and present visible objects,” and so on. This kind of papañca is explained by the Commentaries as “due to craving, pride and views” (M-a I 25; II 10; II 75, etc.), and it may be taken as the diversifying action, the choosing and rejecting, the approval and disapproval (M I 65), exercised by craving, etc., on the bare material supplied by perception and thought. Consequently, though it is bound up with craving, etc., a false emphasis is given in rendering papañca in these contexts by “obsession” as is done in PED. Nippapañca as a term for Nibbāna emphasizes the absence of that.