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it is improbable
We are thus spared the problem of guessing why all references to the stupa have gone missing from the text of the khandhaka
different solutions to the Sarvāstivādin / Mūlasarvāstivādin problem: that they were two entirely separate sects, or that one was the source from which the other emerged, or that the two were different groupings within an individual sect, or even that there was only one sect known by two different terms
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A book in the Abhidhamma Canon explicitly dealing with the doctrinal controversies that arose between the Indian schools of Buddhism and the Theravada.
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When examined closely, the doctrines of the schools cannot be explained away as simplistic errors or alien infiltrations or deliberate corruptions. It would then follow that more sympathetic and gentle perspectives on the schools are likely to be more objective