In the suttas entry into the formless attainments is by way of not perceiving form, so within the attainment there is only name & consciousness.
When you say "within the attainment" what attainment are you referring to? once form
is done away with (no more), does name (i.e. identification) and consciousness (i.e. consciousness based on the 6 sense bases? still arise?
if you think the way you do, your thinking is muddled? You are trying to understand Dependent Origination in two different ways. i.e. according to Buddha and according to Abhidhamma classification, which does not treat form
of nama-rupa as strictly mental, contradicting early suttas in Samyutta Nikaya. On another thread I asked you "How does consciousness grow?"
you never replied that.
Let me repeat How does consciousness grow
How do forms appear in the mind (forms due to 6 different consciousnesses)?
Without a fundamental understanding of the above, you toss in baseless claims, which muddle the good people on the forum.
Once you respond to the above, I will address the other stuff you raise, which appear to be nonsense
, stuff such as
Arahant still has sense experiences,
but from another point of view there is no sense experience to speak of
It is clear here that you are clueless about Salayatana. You are saying Salayatana is true, but also not true. This is not Buddha's teaching.
You also wrote:
Arahants do die but also there is no death nor Arahant to speak of.
If there is no Arahant to speak of, meaning the Arahant is inconceivable to the puthujjana, how can the dull-witted puthujjana speculate about something inconceivable?