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Which of the following are key beliefs of Buddhism?
a) individual enlightenment, denial of material world, and seeking the end of suffering b) not religious, subordinate individual interests to the needs of the community c) single force in the universe expressed through many gods and seeking ultimate reality d) salvation, love towards one another, and community
According to the beliefs of Hinduism and Buddhism, this is the force of a person’s actions that will determine how a person will be reborn in the next life.
a) dharma b) karma c) yoga d) jati
Dharma
a) In Hinduism, the divine law that requires karma and requires all people to do their duty based on their status in society b) Religion that claims all people can achieve nirvana c) Religion reveres the cow as sacred and whose goal is to achieve ultimate reality with a single universal force d) Determined the type of job people could have, whom they could marry, and what groups they could socialize with
Buddhism
a) Religion reveres the cow as sacred and whose goal is to achieve ultimate reality with a single universal force b) Determined the type of job people could have, whom they could marry, and what groups they could socialize with c) Religion that claims all people can achieve nirvana d) In Hinduism, the divine law that requires karma and requires all people to do their duty based on their status in society
Hinduism
a) Determined the type of job people could have, whom they could marry, and what groups they could socialize with b) Religion that claims all people can achieve nirvana c) Religion reveres the cow as sacred and whose goal is to achieve ultimate reality with a single universal force d) In Hinduism, the divine law that requires karma and requires all people to do their duty based on their status in society
Caste
a) Religion reveres the cow as sacred and whose goal is to achieve ultimate reality with a single universal force b) In Hinduism, the divine law that requires karma and requires all people to do their duty based on their status in society c) Religion that claims all people can achieve nirvana d) Determined the type of job people could have, whom they could marry, and what groups they could socialize with
Daoism
a) the way to follow the will of heaven is not through action, but inaction b) not religious, subordinate individual interests, to needs of the community c) proposed that human beings were evil by nature d) administrative service of a government in which appointments are determined by competitive examinations
Confucianism
a) the way to follow the will of heaven is not through action, but inaction b) not religious, subordinate individual interests, to needs of the community c) proposed that human beings were evil by nature d) administrative service of a government in which appointments are determined by competitive examinations
Legalism
a) proposed that human beings were evil by nature b) the way to follow the will of heaven is not through action, but inaction c) administrative service of a government in which appointments are determined by competitive examinations d) proposed that human beings were evil by nature
Civil Service
a) administrative service of a government in which appointments are determined by competitive examinations b) proposed that human beings were evil by nature c) the way to follow the will of heaven is not through action, but inaction d) not religious, subordinate individual interests, to needs of the community
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