Template:Qual 3 Template:Early texts The Kaccānagotta Sutta is a discourse in which the Buddha presents the middle way between the two extreme views of existence and non-existence. In this discourse, the Buddha states: Template:Blockquote
The text is also known as:
The Sanskrit title is rendered as:
The following editions of this text are avaiable:
- Pali Canon
- Samyutta Nikaya (SN 12.15)
- Also cited in toto in the Channa Sutta (SN 22.90)
- Chinese Canon
- Samyukta Agama (SA 301)
- Also partially cited in Saṃyuktāgama 262 (T. 2.99 66c01-c18 = SN 22.90) with a significantly different rendering, suggesting a different translator.
- Sanskrit manuscript
- Sūtra 19 of Nidānasaṃyukta, in a Saṃyuktāgama collection found in Turfan, probably copied ca. 13th or 14th century.
- Template:SuttaCentral citation
- Kaccānagotta Sutta (SN 12:15) translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
- Access to Insight: Kaccaayanagotto Sutta translated by Maurice Walsh.
- Jayarava. Kaccānagotta Sutta (SN 12.15, PTS S ii.16.) along with Buddhaghosa’s commentary (PTS SA ii.32).
- Choong Mun-keat & Piya Tan (2004) ‘Saṃyukta Āgama 301 = Taishō 2.99.85c-86a’. Dharmafarer. (pages numbered 89-91)
- Jayarava. Kātyāyana Gotra Sūtra.
- LapisLazuli Translations - Saṃyuktāgama 301: Kātyāyana
Translation from SuttaCentral
References from other texts
The sutta is quoted in the Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra (Section LXII; p. 145).