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  1. Tibetan art (2932 bytes)
    10: ... escape to [[Nirvana]] in order to assist others. From an early time various bodhisattvas were also su...
  2. Religion (72319 bytes)
    10: The word religion is thought to derive from one of two combinations of Latin roots. The fi...
    25: ...sion, see [[approaches to distinguishing religion from non-religion]].
    38: *An ethical framework, including a definition of activities whic...
    39: ...other possible states of being like [[heaven]], [[nirvana]], [[purgatory]] or [[hell]], and how to prepare ...
    53: ... Commandments]] of the [[Old Testament]], flowing from the beliefs rather than being defined by the be...
  3. Bodhisattva (7734 bytes)
    10: ...taken the bodhisattva [[vow]]s not to pass into [[nirvana]] until all other beings have likewise achieved e...
    14: ... is the list of ten bhumis and their descriptions from ''The Jewel Ornament of Liberation'', a treatis...
    16: ...five paths, which are said to correspond to words from the [[mantra]] that appears at the end of the [...
    30: ...lishing the second bhumi, the bodhisattva is free from the stains of immorality, therefore, this bhumi...
    32: ...his bhumi, the light of Dharma is said to radiate from the bodhisattva for others. The emphasized virt...
  4. Buddhist philosophy (14386 bytes)
    6: ... and non-being, and this critique is inextricable from the founding of Buddhism.
    25: ... process of maturation and that we - regarding it from without - can call morality."''
    33: Decisive in distinguishing [[Buddhism]] from what is commonly called [[Hinduism]] is the iss...
    41: ====Issues arising from the doctrine of anatta====
    52: ...grates and that which carries the burden of karma from one life to another. Other schools made unsurpr...
  5. Hinduism (49198 bytes)
    8: ... of unity in diversity is best captured in a line from the ancient [[Rig Veda]]:
    17: ...d it. In general, Hindu views are broad and range from [[monism]], [[dualism]], [[vishistadvaita|quali...
    21: ...s the quest for enlightenment and to free oneself from the cycle of rebirth. Another major concept is ...
    27: In Hinduism views are broad and range from monism, dualism, pantheism, panentheism, altern...
    33: ...For example, a well-known Rig Vedic hymn stemming from Hinduism states that "Truth is One, though the ...
  6. Music history of the United States (35788 bytes)
    6: ...of [[West Africa]]n [[slavery|slave]]s. These [[African American]]s played a variety of instruments, ...
    8: ...], [[music of Russia|Russian]], [[music of France|French]], [[music of Germany|German]], [[music of It...
    10: ...innings of [[ragtime]] and [[minstrel]] songs, [[African American music]] has remained at the heart of...
    12: ...ck|punk]] and [[funk]]. In the [[1970s]], urban African Americans in [[New York City]] began performi...
    19: ... a melting pot of different peoples. Immigration from [[China]] began in large numbers in the 19th ce...
  7. Social justice (17329 bytes)
    3: ...edded in systems of [[morality]] and which differ from culture to culture and therefore lack [[univer...
    6: Social Justice derives its authority from the codes of morality prevailing in each cultur...
    9: ...s of community members to sacrifice some personal freedom for the greater good.
    11: ...the rewards compensate adequately for any loss of freedom. Hence, true social justice is attained only...
    13: ...nd must treat each other with respect. Hence, the framework of the argument shifts to require obedienc...

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