1. the five skandhas (matter, sensation, perception, mental formations and consciousness); the five aggregatesBuddhism
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2. SkandhaIn Buddhist phenomenology and soteriology, the skandhas or khandhas (Pāli, aggregates in English) are the five functions or aspects that constitute the human being. The Buddha teaches that nothing among them is really "I" or "mine". In the Theravada tradition, suffering arises when one identifies with or clings to an aggregate. Suffering is extinguished by relinquishing attachments to aggregates.
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