name and form

  1. Mentality and materiality – form refers to the form aggregate, or our body constituted of the four elements and forms derived from them.

  2. In the Pali tradition name refers to the five mental factors that enable us to make sense of the world—feeling, discrimination, intention, contact, and attention. (Pali: nāma rūpa)

  3. In the Sanskrit tradition name refers to the non-form aggregates.

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