Автор Ассаджи, 19:15 19 марта 2012
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ЦитироватьPhassa means contact, and contact means the faculty of pressing the object (arammana), so as to cause the agreeable or disagreeable sap (so to speak) to come out. So it is the main principle or prime mover of the mental properties in the uprising. If the sap cannot be squeezed out, then all objects (arammana) will be of no use.
ЦитироватьContact (phassa).Contact is the act of touching. Consciousness cognises each several object. But contact must be distinguished from such a sense-cognition. For contact implies that 'concussion' which alone brings the functional activity of the senses into play. As commonly understood, contact may be a mere physical collision or juxtaposition of two things. But in Abhidhamina (or philosophy) touching denotes only stimulus (sanghattana). Otherwise, all material things would be called tangible objects. But the force of the term 'stimulus' is that there must be union, meeting, acting'together of all things connected with the stimulation. It is by reason of this acting together that various sense-operations take place. In the Pali we are told: 'Due to contact, and conditioned by contact, feeling, perception, and active complexes are manifested. (Samyutta-Nikaya, iii, 101 f.)Contact is regarded also as one among the four kinds of nutrition. Taken in this sense, contact is of six kinds: visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tactile and mental.But how is it that because of the six sense-spheres contact comes to be? In the Pali we read: 'Because of the eye (organ of vision), visual cognition arises with regard to visual objects. The conjuncture of these three is contact. The same holds true of the other special senses.' This means that based upon the sense-organ, and depending on the sense- impression (nimittam), sense-apprehension comes to pass. This being so, the intensity of impression, in the case of each special sense, varies with the stimulus.