1. Avijjā Vagga.– The thirteenth chapter of the Khandha Saṃyutta. S.iii.170‑7.
2. Avijjā Vagga.– The sixth chapter of the Salāyatana Saṃyutta. S.iv.30‑5.
3. Avijjā Vagga.– The first chapter of the Magga Saṃyutta. S.v.1‑12.
1. Avijjā Sutta.– The ignorance of worldlings consists in not knowing the nature, the arising, the ceasing and the path thereto, of the five aggregates. S.iii.162.
2. Avijjā Sutta.– In him who knows and sees the eye, objects, etc., as impermanent, ignorance vanishes and knowledge arises. S.iv.30.
3. Avijjā Sutta.– When ignorance is abandoned, knowledge springs up. This state is reached by knowing, by seeing the eye, etc., as impermanent. S.iv.49‑50.
4. Avijjā Sutta.– When it is realised that nothing should be adhered to, that all phenomena are changeable and become otherwise, ignorance disappears and knowledge arises. S.iv.50.
5. Avijjā Sutta.– The ninth sutta of the Sāmandaka Saṃyutta. S.iv.261‑2.
6. Avijjā Sutta.– When ignorance leads the way, wrong views arise, wrong aims, etc; the reverse happens with knowledge. S.v.1.
7. Avijjā Sutta.– Ignorance is ignorance about suffering, its arising, its ceasing and the way thereto. S.v.429.