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Preliminary Studies of Religion Notes: Buddhism

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Yr 11 Preliminary Studies of Religion Notes: Buddhism *revision notes *summary notes

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Indian religions Buddhism Religion Nondualism Nāstika Buddhist practices Gautama Buddha Theravada Buddhist ethics Four Noble Truths Saṃsāra Sangha Buddha Tripitaka
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Indian religions Buddhism Religion Nondualism Nāstika Buddhist practices Gautama Buddha Theravada Buddhist ethics Four Noble Truths Saṃsāra Sangha Buddha Tripitaka
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2000 BCE) ▪ It favoured communal spiritual life ▪ Centred around the leadership of a priestly class within society - Buddhism began as a branch that sprouted from the main truck of Hinduism thought and practice o Accepts many assumptions of an Indian world – view including reincarnation (persists in concept of samsara) Rejects idea that people are duty bound to stay in the social or caste positions that they were born into - It offers a chance for universal religious &/ or psychological development free ...
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