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1.According to many traditional schools of Buddhist thought in Japan and elsewhere,A) only people of lowly, humble status have any hope of attaining enlightenmentB) people need not follow the basic teachings of Buddhism any longer because asking Amida forassistance was a much easier path to salvationC) there was no difference between men and women in terms of their ability to attain enlightenmentD) women could not attain Buddhahood as womenE) women were generally superior to men in terms of their ability to attain enlightenment
2.One characteristic of early (ca. 13th century) Zen Buddhism in Japan was
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3.The highest ideal in most forms of Mahayana Buddhism is