This view is The Truth and all other views are false
PTS: The Book of the Gradual Sayings: The Book of the Tens: II:ii:13: Fetters
Puremind Press, Venerable Punnaji, Awakening Meditation, pp 8-72
Appendixes: The 10 Fundamantal Attachments
Discussion at: DhammaTalk: The Five Fetters to the Lower Rebirths
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Pali Text Society
Pali English Dictionary
Edited by T. W. Rhys Davids and William Stede
Sakkāya: the body in being, the existing body or group...; as a t.t. in P. psychology almost equal to individuality; identified with the five khandhas M I.299; S III.159; IV.259; A II.34. See also D III.216; A III.293, 401.
-diṭṭhi theory of soul, heresy of individuality, speculation as to the eternity or otherwise of one's own individuality M I.300=III.17, S III.16 sq. In these passages this is explained as the belief that in one or other of the khandhas there is a permanent entity, an attā. S- diṭṭhi is the first Bond to be broken on entering the Path (see saŋyojana); it is identical with the fourth kind of Grasping (see upādāna); it is opposed to Nibbāna, S IV.175; is extinguished by the Path, M I.299; S III.159; IV.260; and is to be put away by insight. -- See further: D III.234; A III.438; IV.144 sq.
-nirodha the destruction of the existing body or of individuality A II.165 sq.; III.246; D III.216.
-samudaya the rise of individuality D III.216.