1. Uppāda Sutta.– The arising of the four elements is the uprising of suffering, their ceasing is its cessation. S.ii.175.
2. Uppāda Sutta.– The same as (1), but with the substitution of the five aggregates of attachment for the four elements. S.iii.31 f.
3. Paṭhama Uppāda Sutta.– The eight conditions — right views, etc. — arise only when a Tathāgata comes into being (Tathāgatassa pātubhāvā). S.v.14.
4. Dutiya Uppāda Sutta.– The same eight as the above that only arise within the discipline of a Fortunate One (sugatavinayā). S.v.14.
5. Paṭhama Uppāda Sutta.– The five controlling faculties (indriya) of faith (saddhā), energy (viriya), mindfulness (sati), concentration (samādhi), and wisdom only arise on the coming into being of a Tathāgata. S.v.235.
6. Dutiya Uppāda Sutta.– The same five as the above only arise within the discipline of a Fortunate One (sugatavinayā). S.v.235.