PTS: Middle Length Sayings I, #1: Discourse on the Synopsis of Fundamentals, Horner, trans., pp 3.
WP: Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha: The Root of All Things, Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi, trans., pp 83 Examining the Mulapariyaya Analysis
The Root Sequence, Bhikkhu Thanissaro, translation of the Mulapariyaya
The Pali Line, The 10th Question: Knowing through Signs
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|muta||sensing||the sensed||the sensed||the sensed|
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Pali English Dictionary
Edited by T. W. Rhys Davids and William Stede
Muta: thought, supposed, imagined (i.e. received by other vaguer sense imprssions than by sight and hearing) M I.3. Often in set diṭṭha suta muta what is seen, heard and thought (? more likely "felt,"...so that from the interpretation it follows that d.s.m.v. refer to the action (perception) of the 6 senses, where muta covers the 3 of taste, smell and touch, and viññāta the function of the manas) S I.186. Similarly the psychological analysis of the senses at D.III.232. Thus quite a main tenet of the old (popular) psychology.