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A question re: "A Pratyeka Buddha (Sanskrit pratyekabuddha; Pali pacceka-buddha) is one of two types of enlightened beings in early Indian Buddhism (the other being the śrāvakas)". Does this indicate that early Indian Buddhism had no concept of Samyak Sambuddha? This would appear to be at odds with this article's mention of "Supreme Buddha" a few sentences later. - Nat Krause 08:36, 2 Oct 2004 (UTC)
Added reference for the statement that Pratyekabuddhas only have a place when Dharma is not preached/known. Quite useful knowing that e.g. Stephen Batchelor now has started encouraging 'followers of Dharma that do not want a sangha' to use the Pratyekabuddha model; does not look to be linked to the canonical usage of the Pratyekabuddha concept and that's useful to clarify for the Wiki. Erikdr (talk) 10:37, 26 January 2013 (UTC)