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Some scholars believe this doctrine was implicitly rejected by some of the early discourses ascribed to the Buddha. It is rejected in the [[Abhidhamma]] of the Theravada, followed by the tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
 
Some scholars believe this doctrine was implicitly rejected by some of the early discourses ascribed to the Buddha. It is rejected in the [[Abhidhamma]] of the Theravada, followed by the tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
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Some scholars believe this doctrine was implicitly rejected by some of the early discourses ascribed to the Buddha. It is rejected in the Abhidhamma of the Theravada, followed by the tradition of Theravada Buddhism.

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