Visuddhimagga XIV-92

Dosamūlaṃ pana domanassasahagataṃ paṭighasampayuttaṃ asaṅkhāraṃ sasaṅkhāranti duvidhameva hoti, tassa pāṇātipātādīsu tikkhamandappavattikāle pavatti veditabbā.
Ñ(XIV,92): II. (b) That rooted in hate is of two kinds: (30)-(31) being accompanied-by-grief and associated-with-resentment, it is either prompted or unprompted. It should be understood to occur at the times when [consciousness] is either keen [if unprompted] or sluggish [if prompted] in the killing of living things, and so on.

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