SN45:1 (SA749): Savatthi, bhikkhus
"Ignorance is the forerunner in the entry upon unwholesome states.
"True knowledge is the forerunner in the entry upon wholesome states, with a sense of shame and fear following along. For a wise person who has arrived at true knowledge, right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration spring up."
SN45:2 (SA768): Nagaraka, Ananda
"This is the entire holy life, that is, good friendship, good companionship, good comradeship.
"Here, a bhikkhu develops right [view], which is based upon seclusion, dispassion, and cessation, mature in release. (Repeat for intention, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, concentration.)
SN45:4 (SA769): Savatthi, Ananda
"This is a designation for this Noble Eightfold Path: 'the divine vehicle' and 'the vehicle of Dhamma' and 'the unsurpassed victory in battle'."
SN45:8 (SA784): Savatthi, bhikkhus
"Intention of renunciation, intention of non-ill will, intention of harmlessness: this is called right intention."
"Abstinence from false speech, abstinence from divisive speech, abstinence from harsh speech, abstinence from idle chatter: this is called right speech.
"Abstinence from destruction of life, abstinence from taking what is not given, abstinence from sexual misconduct: this is called right action.
"Makes effort, arouses energy, applies mind, and strives: this is called right effort."
SN45:24 (SA751): Savatthi, bhikkhus
"Whether for a layperson or one gone forth, I do not praise the wrong way.
"Whether for a layperson or one gone forth, I praise the right way. Whether it is a layperson or one gone forth who is practising rightly attains the Dhamma. What is the right way? Right view ... right concentration."
SN45:30 (SA752): Savatthi, Uttiya
"[Forms] cognizable by the [eye] that are desirable, lovely, agreeable, pleasing, sensually enticing, tantalizing, (Repeat for sounds/ear, odours/nose, tastes/tongue, tactile objects/body.) These are the five cords of sensual pleasure.
"The Noble Eightfold Path is to be developed for the abandoning of these five cords of sensual pleasure."
SN45:35 (SA796): Savatthi, bhikkhus
"This Noble Eightfold Path is called ascetism.
"The fruit of stream-entry, the fruit of once-returning, the fruit of nonreturning, the fruit of arahantship. These are called the fruits of ascetism."
(SA751/SN45:24, 59字) 若在家、若出家而起邪事者，我所不說。若在家、出家而起正事，我所讚歎。起正事者，則樂正法，何等為正事？謂正見，正志、正語、正業、正命、正方便、正念、正定。