The way I understand is that there are two type of views:
Then I have read another two types:
1)Lokiya Smmaditthi (mundane right view)
2)Lokuttara Smmaditthi (supermundane right view)
I have read the following link in regard to Sammaditthi Sutta.http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .ntbb.html
Mundane Right View : http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/auth ... html#fnt-6
Great 40 : http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .than.html
Then I also read the following from Bikkhu Pesala:
Right view is of two kinds: mundane and supramundane. Mundane right view means belief in kamma; or the belief that as we sow, so shall we reap. This right view is found in all religions. An educated Buddhist will also believe in the tenfold mundane right view as follows: 1) there is a benefit in giving alms, 2) there is a benefit of grand offerings, 3) there is a benefit of trivial gifts, 4) there is a result of good and evil deeds, 5) there is special significance of deeds done to one’s mother, 6) there is special significance of deeds done to one’s father, 7) there are spontaneously arisen beings such as deities, ghosts, and brahmas, 8) there is this human world, 9) there are other worlds, such as heaven and hell, 10) there are some people who, by the power of concentration, can see beings reborn in other worlds.
Supramundane right view means right understanding of the four noble truths, which includes the realisation of nibbāna, eradication of self-view or ego, attaining permanent stability in morality and unshakeable confidence in the Triple Gem.http://www.aimwell.org/Books/Pesala/Kamma/kamma.html
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The way I understand is that Samma Ditthi is inherently linked with Four Noble Truths, whether it is mundane or supermundane.