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Outline and Speaker's Notes 1 Outline and Speaker's Notes Ronda L. Brewer PHI/105 March 16, 2011 CHRISTOPHER ALLEN
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Outline and Speaker's Notes 2 Siddhartha Gautama Buddha- “suffering is in part the result of the transience and hence uncertainty of the world: indeed, all human problems are rooted in the fact of change and the uncertainty, anxiety, and fear that it causes”. He was called “the Enlightened One”, was born to a wealthy king and was related to the Shakya tribe of Nepal through his mother and lived a luxurious lifestyle. He had devoted his time and life to understand suffering, balance, and clarification of life. Siddhartha had become devoted to find the deeper meaning of the feelings that are associated with anguish and agony. He believed that sufferance can be experienced by all humans but the manifestation of ignorance, which closes the door to enlightenment (Moore-Bruder, 2008). This passage, Siddhartha speaks of his view toward the knowledgeable individual, which knows
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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