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Final Paper Name Tutor Institution Subject Code Date of Submission Concepts and Ideas of Buddha’s Teachings Introduction It is intriguing to note that a simple human being could develop religious concepts and ideas that have had immense influence on human lives all over the world.
Buddhism also has several schools and versions that may confuse a non-Buddhist such as Yogacara, Madyamika, Zen and Ch’an. All these have common teachings that is, the non-conceptual, non-dual and non-existent nature of reality. Buddhism is quite unique from other religions and this distinct nature lies in its search for “Ultimate Truth”, as well as the manner in which this “Ultimate truth” is found. For Buddhism, Truth is relative, such that, unlike most of world’s thoughts, there is no single, absolute, unchanging ground of being. Most religions from the traditional ones to the most recent ones view the universe as a contingent on a transcendent, ultimate essence of reality and absolute level of being. Moreover, the most skeptical and great philosophers such as Pyrrho and Zenoo, did not refute an ultimate ground of being, but rather stated that it was inconceivable. Other regions also acknowledge that there is an ultimate essence in being and things, but some philosophers declare it to be beyond existence. Nevertheless, they all agree that an “Ultimate” exists. This uniqueness of Buddhism makes it more confusing and complex to understand, especially for people from other religions. However, several authors present a background introduction into the concepts and ideas of Buddhism that are helpful in understanding Buddhism. ...
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