the unwholesome and the root of the unwholesome,
the wholesome and the root of the wholesome,
they entirely abandon the underlying tendency to attachment,
they abolish the underlying tendency to aversion,
they extirpate the underlying tendency to the view and conceit “I am,”
and by abandoning ignorance and arousing true knowledge
here and now they make an end of suffering.
In that way too noble disciples are of Right View,
their view is straight, they have perfect confidence in the Dharma,
and have arrived at this true Dharma.
—Buddha Shakyamuni, Middle Length Discourses