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Readings Regarding Muhammad
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A 3 page paper which summarizes and discusses three essays concerning Muhammad. The sources were faxed by student and have no bibliographic information other than title and author The page numbers presented refer to the pages received by writer.
Filename: RAmuh3.rtf

Recommending a Sect of Buddhism
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A 4 page research paper/essay that takes the form of a letter from one of his ministers to the Tibetan king Trisong Detsen, concerning the form of Buddhism that Tibet should adopt by observing a debate between the Indian master Kamalashila and the Chinese master Hoshang. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khvajar.rtf

Reconciling Technology and Cultural Traditions
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5 pages. Mediators, shaman, medicine men, whatever they might be titled today find themselves having to reconcile between technology and their ancient beliefs and cultures. This paper explains whether this can actually be done, and if so, how they manage to do so. There are questions as to whether their people will accept western technology, but for many reasons just such reconciliation is necessary. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: JGAemgic.rtf

Refuting The Notion Of Impermanence In Buddhism
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5 pages in length. The perception of time to the Buddhists is not associated with the measure of time in typical fashion, but rather it incorporates an overwhelming sense of wholeness and expansion, which effectively transcends any mortal barriers placed upon its passage. There are significant differences between how time is perceived in Buddhism and that which is perceived by what is termed a "normal" basis. This sense of distinct timelessness – an impermanence that is in direct opposition to the rigid structure of its passage outside of the Buddhist realm -- has no proof of actuality; rather, it reflects an esoteric perspective of time and space that is supposed to apply to mortal beings. One might readily surmise that once out of this lifetime, the aspect of impermanence may exist, yet the fundamental essence mortal existence advances the very notion of limitations and perpetuity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCImpBu.rtf

Religion Defined
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A 5 page paper that begins with a general discussion of the term 'religion', what it means, the different facets relative to its definition. The writer then discusses Confucianism and Taoism with a very brief overview of each. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGrlcft.RTF

Religions in the Persian Empire 660 BC - 583 AD
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This 4 page paper examines the practice of various religions in the Persian Empire, during the period 660 BC – 583 AD. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVRelPer.rtf

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This 5 page paper discusses the importance of the step of renunciation in the Hindu faith. Quotes from the Vedas as well as expert Gavin Flood are cited from the texts. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MByogi.rtf

Righteous War Examined Within the Context of R.K. Narayan’s Translation of “The Ramayana”
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A 3 page paper which discusses whether or not there is actually such a legitimate notion as a righteous war. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGrightwar.rtf

Rituals and Practices of Hinduism
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This 6 page paper examines Hinduism and rituals and practices associated with the religion. Various things are discussed in the context of different sections, one of which focuses on the different types of yoga. Festivals and pilgrimages are discussed as well as the practice of self-mortification. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA526Hin.rtf

Sacred Texts: Contrasts in Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism
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A 5 page contention that although texts which are considered sacred are found among the world’s more established religions, they are sometimes regarded differently according to the religion and the time period. For Christians, of course, the sacred text is the Holy Bible. For Islam, it is the Quran and for Hinduism it is the Bhagavad Gita. Each of these religious groups view these texts with great reverence but there is some variation in the way that they are regarded. This variation is a reflection of the differences in the religion’s ideology itself as well as the different evolutionary stages of each religion. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPsacred.rtf

Satyagraha and Buddhism
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A paper which considers Gandhi's satyagraha in terms of Tibetan Buddhism, with reference to its value as both a spiritual concept and a means of political struggle. Bibliography lists 2 sources
Filename: JLsatya.rtf

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This 6 page paper addresses the subject of secularism in the Middle East. The term is defined and analyzed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Secular.wps

Social Lessons from the Dhammapada
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A 9 page paper discussing the quest for Nirvana as it applies to the role of women as portrayed in this record of the sayings of Buddha. The paper uses the story of Visakha and her "five beauties" as example for the Dhammapada's view of the role of women and their worth in comparison to that of men. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSdhammapada.wps

Sramana Tradition & Hinduism
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A 9 page research paper that examines Sramana traditions. Sramana traditions refer to an ideology of world renunciation that grew out of Hindu beliefs in the early history of India. This examination of Sramana traditions not only describes these traditions, but also investigates them within the context of their relationship to Hinduism. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khsrama.rtf

Summary of Chapter 6: Religious Experience
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A 4 page summary of Chapter 6 of Ed. L. Miller’s “God and Reason: An invitation to Philosophical Theology,” 2nd edition. The chapter discusses and defines religious experience, relating it to all of the world’s leading religions. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSrelChap6Exp.rtf

Tanha & Second Noble Truth/Buddhism
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A 4 page research paper that discusses the role of tanha (thirst or craving) in the principle of the Second Noble Truth in Buddhism. The writer explains this principles and discusses its ramifications. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khtanha.rtf

Tao and Cinema
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A 5 page research paper in which the writer outlines several films and discusses how they reflect Taoist principles as taken from the Tao of the Tao Te Ching, edited by Michael LaFargue. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khtaocin.rtf

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This is a 3 page paper discussing Taoism: its history, practice, and beliefs. Tao is translated into English as “the way” or “the path” but basically cannot be defined in the traditional sense. Instead, Tao (pronounced “Dow” and Daoism) “refers to a power which envelops, surrounds and flows through all things, living and non-living. Taoism has also been referred to as “the other way” in reference to its coexistence with Confucianism within the Chinese Empire. While not radical in its concept, Taoism did offer an alternative to Confucianism. The Tao regulates natural processes and nourishes balance in the Universe” and “embodies the harmony of opposites”. Believed to be first conceived by Lao-Tse (604-531 BCE) or “Laozi”, the initial editor of the “Daodejing (Classic of the Way and its Power), Taoism became an adopted religion in 440 CE and along with Buddhism and Confucianism is considered one of the three great religions of China. Although state support for Taoism ended in 1911 in China and over the 20th century much of the Taoist heritage was destroyed, Taoism still has over 20 million followers primarily located in Taiwan but with additional followers throughout Asia and the Western world. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJTaosm1.rtf

Taoism and Western Understanding
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This 3 page paper discusses Taoist beliefs and how the difference between those tenets and western thinking are relevant today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVTaoWst.rtf

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