1. Loka Sutta.– The origin and continuance of the world depends on the six senses. S.i.41.
2. Loka Sutta.– The Buddha tells Pasenadi that greed, hate, and delusion make for trouble and suffering in the world. S.i.98.
5. Lokasamudaya Sutta.– Because of eye and object arises eye-
7. Nānādhātu Sutta (v.l. Loka Sutta).– Anuruddha tells his companions that he knows the world and its divers shapes and forms through the four foundations of mindfulness (satipaṭṭhāna). S.v.304.
8. Loka Sutta.– In this world of many kinds of beings, the Tathāgata is a Noble One (āriya). S.v.435.
9. Loka Sutta.– The world and its arising are fully known by a Tathāgata and he is released from both; he also knows the ending of it and the way thereto. He speaks as he does; he is unconquered in the world. A.ii.23.
10. Loka Sutta.– Soon after his Enlightenment, while staying on the banks of the Nerañjarā, the Blessed One surveyed the world with the divine-
11. Loka Sutta.– The world has been thoroughly understood by the Tathāgata, the arising of the world has been thoroughly understood and abandoned, the cessation of the world has been thoroughly understood and realised, the path leading to the cessation of the world has been thoroughly understood and developed. Iti.121