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The '''view of transitory collection''' is the view, belief or thought, that the ''transitory'' (because they are impermanent) ''collection'' of [[aggregates]] is the self or what belongs to it. It is one of the [[five wrong views]] from among the [[fifty five mental states]].  
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The '''view of transitory collection''' ([[Wyl.]] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>jig tshogs la lta ba'') is the view, belief or thought, that the ''transitory'' (because they are impermanent) ''collection'' of [[aggregates]] is the self or what belongs to it. It is one of the [[five wrong views]] from among the [[fifty-five mental states]].  
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The view of transitory collection (Wyl. 'jig tshogs la lta ba) is the view, belief or thought, that the transitory (because they are impermanent) collection of aggregates is the self or what belongs to it. It is one of the five wrong views from among the fifty-five mental states.