Which teachings about Vedana are EBT and which are not EBT?

In the Sutta Pitaka, Buddha taught physical and mental sensations (vedana) as vedana-2, vedana-3, vedana-5, vedana-6, vedana-18, vedana-108.

Looking at the working methods and way of thinking of EBT experts, it is necessary to investigate which teachings about Vedana are original, the earliest, and which teachings about Vedana are later, which were inserted by later people?

Is looking at different numbers of dhammas the best method in EBT? :thinking::thinking:

“Expert” is rather vague and ambiguous word, and it is good to make a precise definition of it, before entering into discussion. For example, by “expert” we can take one who has right view, or who is acclaimed scholar and so on.

Or certain experts study Suttas objectively, other experts do not approach Suttas objectively since on the first place, Suttas for them are rather object of veneration.

I believe experts who respect Suttas so much that they are ready give up their own ideas if they see that such ideas contradict Suttas, would answer that not only such investigations aren’t necessary but should not be done. The other experts for sure will not agree with such approach generally; but in this particular case Sutta gives all of these enumerations of feelings in one place, and explains the reasons for such multiplicity, so there is no any controversy in it, which would suggest later addition.