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hum_130_appendix_g - Associate Level Material Appendix G...

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Associate Level Material Appendix G Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Countries of origin India-derived from a name applied by foreigners to the people living in the region of the Indus River Originated in India after Buddha found enlightenment in the area of Boghgaya Originated in China Originated in China HUM 130
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Historical figures and events Prominent Hindu philosophers, Sri Aurobindo, Swami Prabhupada and Swami Vivekananda brought the concept of Yoga and vedanta to the West. Hinduism went through changes due to the influence of the prominent teachers Ramanuja, Madhva, and Chaitanya who founded the Bhakti movement which believed in Krishna and Rama Buddhism was spread by Ashoka in 3 rd century BC. Buddhism was divided into sections in Mahayana and Theravada where in Theravada the Buddha is considered a historical. Confucius is the prominent historical figure, Japan adopted Confucianism is 1200 C.E. Early Daoist philosophers Lao-Tzu, Yang Zhu. Chuang-tzu Central beliefs Grants absolute and complete freedom of worship, the continuing cycle of birth life and death. The Four Noble truths:
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