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Buddhist philosophy - Wikipedia
Buddhist philosophy refers to the philosophical investigations and systems of inquiry that developed among various Buddhist schools in India following the death of the Buddha and later spread throughout Asia.
Buddhist Philosophy - Age of the Sage
Buddhist Philosophy : the origins and teachings of Buddhism
Basic Buddhism: The Theory of Karma - BuddhaNet
what is karma? karma and vipaka ; what is the cause of karma? classification of karma ; questions on the theory of karma ; nature of karma ; karma is the law of moral causation.
Basic Teachings and Philosophical Doctrines of Buddhism ...
THE BASIC TEACHINGS OF BUDDHISM. If we were to conduct the most hardened and callous optimist through hospitals, infirmaries, operating theatres, through prisons, torture-chambers, and slave-hovels, over battlefields and to places of execution; if we were to open to him all the dark abodes of misery, where it shuns the gaze of cold curiosity ...
History of Philosophy - Friesian School
History of Philosophy. The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.
Samudaya | Buddhist philosophy | Britannica.com
Other articles where Samudaya is discussed: Four Noble Truths: …the origin (Pali and Sanskrit: samudaya) or cause of suffering, which the Buddha associated with craving or attachment in his first sermon.
Four schools of Buddhist philosophy | Red Zambala
To understand better Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist views and differences between different traditions and first of all between 3 yanas – Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana – we have to speak about their philosophy.
Teachings – Dzogchen Center
The main teachings of the Theravada are the “sutras”, or teachings traditionally held to be spoken by Sakyamuni Buddha, the historical Buddha of our time.
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Creator in Buddhism - Wikipedia
Buddhist thought consistently rejects the notion of a creator deity. It teaches the concept of gods, heavens and rebirths in its Saṃsāra doctrine, but it considers none of these gods as a creator.