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Eighteen emptinesses

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eighteen emptiness'es (十八空). Given in the Mahā-prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra (T08n0223, 0218c17) is the emptiness of
(1) the insides of the body;
(2) anything outside of the body;
(3) the appearance of inside or outside;
(4) the preceding three emptiness'es;
(5) the four domains;
(6) the highest truth nirvāṇa;
(7) that which is saṁskṛta;
(8) that which is asaṁskṛta;
(9) the preceding eight emptiness'es;
(10) sentient beings without a beginning;
(11) a composite thing disassembled;
(12) self-essence of anything;
(13) general and particular appearances of anything;
(14) dharmas that make up a sentient being, such as the five aggregates, the twelve fields, and the eighteen spheres;
(15) dharmas, which can never be captured;
(16) existence;
(17) nonexistence; and
(18) the appearance of existence or nonexistence.

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