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Examination of Buddhism

cycles and reaches a point where they achieve a position where they no longer find themselves attached to desire, they will find N...

Asian Aesthetics and Buddhism's Impact

In seven pages this research paper examines how Buddhism impacts India and China's art with references also made to Confucianism a...

Asia and Buddhism's Influence

Throughout his travels, he developed a kinship with nature which later translated into a fundamental tenant of Buddhism, that of l...

Comparative Analysis of Mahayana Buddhism and Theravada Buddhism

In eight pages these Buddhism forms and the reasons for their separation are considered in an examination of their differences and...

Buddhism's 8 Fold Path and Yoga

In five pages this paper examines Buddhism's 8 Fold Path in this consideration of yoga that analyzes Jack Kornfield's observation ...

Chinese Buddhism's History

In eight pages this paper discusses the history of Chinese Buddhism. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography....

Buddhism's 8 Fold Path

In eight pages Buddhist concepts of karma, samsara, and nirvana are considered in this overview of the eightfold path and four nob...

Buddhism's Impermanence Refutation

In five pages this paper refutes the notion of time's impermanence in Buddhism. Three sources are cited in the bibliography....

Book of Matthew's Sermon on the Mark and Buddhism's 8 Fold Path

Livelihood, 6. Right Effort Mental Development, 7. Right Mindfulness, 8. Right Concentration" (Anonymous The Noble Eightfold Path ...

Comparing Buddhism's Different Forms

did not want to support the offspring of the religious leader. Yet, whatever the reason, attachment is a concept that is very impo...

Mahayana Buddhism's Middle Way

an extreme way where one would live life without pleasure or one would live a life with pleasure alone. Many know individuals who ...

Buddhism's Spread Throughout the East

several different schools" (Anonymous The History of Buddhism, 2002; history.html). From this we can perhaps understand that these...

Plato's Concept of Good Related to Buddhism's Concept of Enlightenment

the affirmative to that and other questions. Later on Socrates will ask: "And, in your opinion, do those who think that they will ...

Buddhism's Cultural Transitions

China is great, but Kitagawa (1980) argues that it truthfully had not had a vital influence on the principles inherent in Chinese ...

Western Civilization and Buddhism's Influence

is thought to have healing properties and it is known to lower blood pressure for example. Yet, meditation stems from Buddhism (Vi...

'Science' of Buddhism

(Rothberg, 1994). This makes it difficult to apply these terms to the Eastern concept of Buddhism. The fact that the usage of th...

Four Noble Truths, Meditation, and Buddhism

In two pages the Four Noble Truths and how meditation fits into these beliefs are discussed in an examination of Buddhism, with th...

Is Buddhism a Socially Conscious Version of Hinduism?

Christian ethics consist of many different entities, including Gods love for all His creation and the bond He established with hum...

Buddhism and Conflict Transformation

tolerance, and forgiveness. Indeed, many religions have a history of instilling peace in not-so-peaceful times. Buddhism...

World Religions : Buddhism

painful as are disease and old age. It is painful not to have what we would like to have (Lorentz, 2007). In other words, life is ...

Buddhism and Christianity

to enlightenment. The aim of the focus is to achieve an ultimate and final freedom from existence (Religious Tolerance [1], 2007)....

Development of Buddhism

in order to trade, with the understanding that China had many things that other parts of the world did not possess. It was also an...

Afterlife, Reincarnation, and Religion

In eight pages this paper discusses how the three global religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Catholicism perceive reincarnation a...

Facts about Buddhism

life; the unity of the human soul with the universal soul, or Atman; the doctrine that self-discovery is also the discovery of the...

Twenty First Century Challenges to Buddhism

In six pages Buddhism is discussed in terms of its basic principles with an examination of how it can continue to prosper througho...

Yoga and the 8 Fold Path of Buddhism

In three pages this paper discusses Buddhism's 8 Fold Path in this overview of yoga. Four sources are cited in the bibliography....

What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula

This 5 page paper summarizes and analyzes the book What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula. The writer argues that it is a clear ...

Overview of 4 Noble Truths in Buddhism

In nine pages this paper examines the individual and the relevance of Buddhism's Four Noble Truths. Six sources are cited in the ...

Comparative Analysis of Buddhism and Taoism

"a holy book" but Tao means "the way," simultaneously a path and principle of order. Throughout the centuries, translators have al...

Buddhist and Roman Catholic Monasticism

In seven pages these religious monastic forms are contrasted and compared with a discussion of Buddhism's Mahayana and Theraveda m...