Hello to all i would like to find out who taught termination view during Buddhas time and how it was taught was it that after death there is nothing what else was said about termination view Thank you from me in advance
Maybe ucchedavada... a denial of causal continuity over certain boundaries, e.g. death; else a positive claim that existent entities can perish.
"Others will misapprehend according to their individual views, hold on to them tenaciously and not easily discard them; we shall not misapprehend according to individual views nor hold on to them tenaciously, but shall discard them with ease — thus effacement can be done."- MN 8 - Sallekha Sutta
i'm reading Samyutta Nykaya the Book on five aggregates at page 905 the is 62(10) the pathway of language there is a mention of Vassa and Banna of Ukkala proponents of noncausality and inefficacy of action and nihilism. i was woundering of nihilism and teaching of it is it same as termination. i know that termination view is self view and i'm trying to understand it. please can some one shed some light on this.