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Comparing Buddhism, Taoism, And Confucianism

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Various schools of thoughts are going to discuss in this essay. The different schools of thoughts are India, Japan, and Chain are going to discuss in this article. A philosophy that have come from the East shows how everyone unified. However, it will demonstrate how one is related to one another and how it will create different understandings to one’s mind. In the universe, it shows how one thing can be pulled towards one another, which, in conclusion, will not be separated. The writer believes that it is important to differentiate Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism.
First to be discussed, Buddhism. Buddhism introduced to the world in India first, by “Siddhartha Gautama” (Moore & Bruden, 2013, Chapter Chapter 15). Those believe that this philosophy had no soul, in the religion. Although some found that those who are following believe in something that is not real but was hateful. Meaning that this will come back on those who found in an enormous ego. For example, another will be from different countries engaging in war with one another, without having peace. The religion is brought to about “karma” (Moore & Bruden, 2013, Chapter Chapter 15), that shows everything one does to another. It is believed to come back on another later in time. For example, if a person was to help someone that is homeless, …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that various schools of thoughts are going to discuss in this essay. a philosophy that have come from the east shows how everyone unified.
  • Explains that buddhism introduced to the world in india first, by "siddhartha gautama." they believe that this philosophy had no soul, although some found that those following believe in something that is not real but was hateful.
  • Explains that hinduism is another school that originated in india; it comes down to "brahmins", which is to, eternally what happens in reality.
  • Explains that confucianism was founded by a chinese philosopher who believed in moral, just, and sincere orders.
  • Explains that the writer has not known to associate herself with the different religions in the east, but now she can associate with them.

Hinduism is another school that originated in India; it comes down to “Brahmins” (Moore & Bruden, 2013, Chapter Chapter 15). In time, there is no end to the past or the future to anything. Nevertheless as of now Brahmins is to, eternally what happens in reality moves time to time. Although there is another term used in this religion, which is “Cosmic”. Meaning that it is extremely energetic within itself and became the basis of many religious studies, one known as mysticism. For instance, Shiva represents the universe. Shiva dances for the maintenance of peace and order, also Shiva absorbs what happens in life to consider as one

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