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Katie Hnatyk LCA 364 Introduction to Buddhism Paper Outline February 22, 2007 Vajrayana Buddhism, Manchuria and the Manchus I. Introduction what is the goal of the paper and how will you address it? A. What is Vajrayana and where did it come from? 1. Meaning behind Vajrayana 2. General overview of Vajrayana teachings 3. Origins of Vajrayana B. Differences of Vajrayana (from what?) 1. Key concepts 2. New ideas C. Spread of Vajrayana 1. Move from India 2. Silk road 3. Military D. Manchuria overview 1. Geography 2. People E. Qing dynasty 1. Take over 2. Relations with Han Chinese 3. Foreign relations II. What is Vajrayana? A. Meaning behind Vajrayana 1. Thunderbolt
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Katie Hnatyk LCA 364 Introduction to Buddhism Paper Outline February 22, 2007 2. Diamond 3. Scepter B. General overview of Vajrayana teachings 1. Direct path 2. Relation to Mahayana III. Origins of Vajrayana A. Medieval India 1. Warring principalities 2. Prince Buddhist relationship B. Exploration of new ideas IV. Differences of Vajrayana A. Key concepts 1. Mudra a. Definition b. Old uses c. New Uses 2. Mandala a. Definition b. Old Uses c. New Uses 3. Guru a. Definition b. Old uses c. New uses C. New Ideas 1. Mantra a. Definition b. Mantrayana i. Incantation Vehicle
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course RELIG ST 364 taught by Professor Powell during the Spring '07 term at Wisconsin.

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