The Pali canon's Sutta Pitaka identifies ten "fetters of becoming":
belief in a self (Pali: sakkāya-ditthī)
doubt or uncertaint (vicikicchā)
attachment to rites and rituals (sīlabbata-parāmasā)
passion for pleasure (kāmarāgo)
ill will (vyāpādo or byāpādo)
passion for materiality (rāparāgo)
passion for immateriality (arāparāgo)
The first three fetters are eradicated upon becoming a stream-enterer.
Fetters four and five are weakened upon becoming a once-returner.
The first five fetters are referred to as "lower fetters" (orambhāgiyāni samyojanānī) and all are eradicated upon becoming a non-returner.
The last five fetters are referred to as "higher fetters" (uddhambhāgiyāni samyojanānī), and are eradicated by an arahant.