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Buddhism

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on 17 October 2016

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Transcript of Buddhism

Origins
Siddhartha Guatama 563 BCE in Nepal to ca. 480 BCE
Spread of Buddhism
Mahayana
(Greater Vehicle), inclusion of
bodhisattvas

Theraveda
(Lesser Vehicle)
4 Noble Truths
Buddhism
What are the principle concepts of Buddhism?

How did Buddhism transform over time and how did it spread throughout Asia?

What does Buddha look like?
Gandhara Buddha
1. The truth of suffering
2. The truth of the cause of suffering
3. The truth of the end of suffering
4. The truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering (8-fold path)
8-fold Path
The Middle Path
Why does Buddha say that intense pleasure cannot lead to truth?

Why does he say that intense suffering cannot lead to truth?

What does "Self is a fever, a transient vision, a dream" mean? How is this different from the concept of "self" in "The Upanishads"?
Hinduism and Buddhism
Overlaps

Samsara
Enlightenment (Moksha, Nirvana)
Kushan Buddha
Gupta Buddha
Laughing BUDAI
Not Buddha....
Differences
Many...
Buddhism rejects the caste system
"non-theistic"
Brahmanism
Buddhism
Samsara
Karma
8-Fold Path
Moksha
Nirvana
Twenty-five Bodhisattvas Descending from Heaven. Japanese painting, c. 1300.
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