Diṭṭhi (Pāli, ‘seeing’; Skt., dṛṣṭi). Wrong seeing in Buddhism. A speculative view, especially the seven false views: (i) belief in a sub-stantial self; (ii) rejection of karma; (iii) espousing eternalism or (iv) nihilism in relation to the destiny of a self; (v) endorsing false śīlas; (vi) confusing good with bad karma; (vii) doubting the dharma of the Buddha.
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