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On page 68, sensuality is defined:
"“Sensual desire,” kama, here may refer to “the defilement of sensuality” (kilesa,kama) or to “the object of sensuality” (vatthu,kama), ie either to subjective sensuality (arising in the mind: kama-c,chanda, kama,raga, etc) or to
objective defilement (arising through any of the five physical senses, ie kama,guna) (Nm 2). When both senses are
applicable, the word “sensuality” is used. See BDict: kama."
From the definition, the original statement is rendered as:
"Bhikshus, one having sensual desires is reborn as an individual into this or that existence depending
on what constitutes merit or on what constitutes demerit"