Catutthaduke nissayoti dve nissayā taṇhānissayo ca diṭṭhinissayo ca.
Ñ(I,29): 5. In the fourth dyad there are two kinds of dependence: dependence through craving and dependence through [false] views.
Ñ: Herein, that produced by one who wishes for a fortunate kind of becoming thus, 'Through this virtuous conduct [rite] I shall become a [great] deity or some [minor] deity' (M.i,102), is dependent through craving.
Chew: Is this an unwholesome thought “Through this virtuous conduct [rite] I shall become a [great] deity or some [minor] deity”?
Yaṃ ‘‘sīlena suddhī’’ti evaṃ suddhidiṭṭhiyā pavattitaṃ, idaṃ diṭṭhinissitaṃ.
Ñ: That produced through such [false] view about purification as 'Purification is through virtuous conduct (rites)' (Vbh. 374) is dependent through [false] view.
Chew: This is another unwholesome thought, 'Purification is through virtuous conduct (rites)'. Am I right?
Yaṃ pana lokuttaraṃ lokiyañca tasseva sambhārabhūtaṃ, idaṃ anissitanti evaṃ nissitānissitavasena duvidhaṃ.
Ñ: But the supramundane, and the mundane that is the prerequisite for the aforesaid supramundane, are independent. So it is of two kinds as dependent and independent.