The Spread Of Buddhism In China

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History

 

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John W

 

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July 15, 2014

 

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University

 

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“The Four Noble Truths” were the guidelines of Buddhism. These truths, stated in Document 1, explain sorrow, how it arises, and how to stop it. Buddha is said to have written this himself. Many people looked to these truths as their guidelines. Those supported Buddhism because they were they guidelines for Buddhism and were written by Buddha himself...
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Those supported Buddhism because they were they guidelines for Buddhism and were written by Buddha himself. Zhi Dun, a Chinese scholar states in Document 2 that “He will behold the Buddha and be enlightened in his spirit, and then he will enter Nirvana.” So Zhi Dun must believe that by following the path of and doing as Buddha asks, one will reach enlightenment, the extinction of desire and individual consciousness...
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