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Indian Philosophy »  Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa »  Saṃsāra »  Important notions in it »  Suffering »  Suffering is not produced in any of the four ways »  Suffering cannot be other-produced »  Argument from untenability of the antithetical notion (i.e. self-production) »  A person does not exist independently from suffering, therefore no suffering can be produced by such an independently existent person, either to herself or to others

A person does not exist independently from suffering, therefore no suffering can be produced by such an independently existent person, either to herself or to others

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