HUM130Week5Checkpoint - Axia College Material Appendix G...

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Axia College Material Appendix G Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Countries of origin India India East Asia, mainly China East Asia, main China (thought to have been the ways of the Yellow Emporer) Historical figures and events Changes occurred when Madhya, Chai Tanya, and Ramanuja founded the Bhakti Movement. Yoga practices were implemented into the Hindu religion which changed the religion. Siddhartha was the figure that brought forth enlightenment in a new way. He was rich but left all that behind after the “Four Sights” were revealed to him. He set off to find Supreme Enlightenment. Shakyamuni Buddha was taught the Four Nobles and the Eightfold Path for liberation from suffering. Confucius who taught Confucianism. Family name was Kong, he was honored as Kong fuzi The origin of Daoism is thought to be the way of the Yellow Emperor. The texts used are thought to have been written by Laozi. Zhuangzi who left government position to pursue freedom and solitude. HUM 130
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Central beliefs The central belief of Hinduism is karma, which is if you do good things, good things will come to you, if you do bad things, bad things will happen. The ultimate goal is to achieve moksha or liberation from the cycle of reincarnation through
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course HUMANITIES HUM/130 taught by Professor Latoundji during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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