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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Bardo Thodol, Bodhi Tree, Stupa

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Blessing rituals that center on the chanting of texts were developed. Most common is the buddha-puja. placing flowers near the stupa or bodhi tree in a
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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Four Noble Truths, Bhikkhuni, Bodhi Tree

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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Dharma, Brahmin, Rites

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Regardless how many murtis or temples or locations murtis are located, each one represents the god as a whole. Puja: domestic worship one of the most i
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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Brahmo Samaj, Vishu, Sri Aurobindo

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As soon as you start saying something is orthodox, you imply that other groups are heretical. No group thinks they aren"t orthodox unto themselves. Car
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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Operation Blue Star, Euthanasia, Biblical Inerrancy

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Religion is often thought of as a social dinosaur. Often the media makes it look like islam is the only group experiencing religious revival. but many
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Atharvaveda, Yajurveda, Rg Veda

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29/32 = 91% (not 70% or 14/20) the godhead question has two correct answers. What is dharma ~ one of the literal definitions is. Just as hinduism is ve
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Shinto Shrine, Meiji Restoration, Kami

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Professor o, from korean. u of seoul. buddhism and christianity biggest in korea. Both buddhist and shinto organizations calim that about 95% of the ja
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Shinto Shrine, Matthew C. Perry, Yasukuni Shrine

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Late tokugawa / edo lots of instability (as compared with early) Daimyos were accumulating a lot of resources and samurai loyalty and started to fight
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Four Noble Truths, Junzi, Filial Piety

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Classic Of Poetry, Filial Piety, Four Books And Five Classics

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Popular religions are syncretic. not just folk and popular traditions though, as some scholars claim, it is also elite trads. There are elite tradition
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Four Noble Truths, Dharmachakra, Dukha People

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Buddhism triple jewels buddha dharma sangha buddha is not a given name, but an attribution. Setting the wheel in motion out of compassion, he goes out
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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Gautama Buddha, Bodhisattva Vow, Shakya

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PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Akal Purakh, Singh Sabha Movement, Operation Blue Star

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Rigveda, Brahmin, Manu Smriti

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Classical hindu literature are called smrti. there are three smrti: epics stories, puranas cosmological and theological poems, dharmashastra laws. Brah
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Apocalypticism

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Pluralism is not only the tolerance of difference, but active engagement in learning about one another"s beliefs. Pluralism is not just interested in f
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Taoism, Wu Wei, Tao Te Ching

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Laozi - founder of philosophical daoism. hagiographical, probably didn"t exist. born when he was eighty as an old man. mother carried him eighty years.
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Indus River, Jainism, Vedas

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Four Noble Truths, Mahayana, Theravada

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People join religious for non-religious reasons all the time. They think it is a stepping stone to their tradition, which is the higher vehicle. Person
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Guru Granth Sahib, Dasam Granth, Guru Nanak

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Cause people don"t just want to know the theology and rules, they want the human story behind the people who make it happen. David sulz, the religious
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Guru Nanak, Akal Purakh, Guru Granth Sahib

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Approx 25 million sikhs worldwide. most know very little about sikhs. most think of them as muslim or hindu. often treated as an afterthought in indian
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Guru Gobind Singh, Guru Ram Das, Guru Tegh Bahadur

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Ajiva, Jiva, Dravya

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Jina mahavira was the first person to transmit the scriptures. in our era, it was jina rsabha to propound it, then by all the prophets after him. Rsabh
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Zhu Xi, Kang Youwei, Wang Yangming

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Han dynasty: 202bce - 220ce. some books say 206bce. Compilation of five classics (they existed before, but the canonization only happened under the han
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Gupta Empire, Wiht, Avatar

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Religious studies lecture notes january 15 on the most basic level, atman is like the soul. there is a different between the true self and the body sel
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichWinter

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - White Lotus, Korean Buddhism, Mohism

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Acculturation, Xenophanes

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Five Pillars Of Islam, Prayer Rug, Zakat

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Infant Baptism, Transubstantiation, Indulgence

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Nicene Creed, Western Roman Empire, Christian Monasticism

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Canonization of the new testament (367 ce) Nt has 27 books but no thomas, valentinus, or marcion. Some christians really didn"t like all this canonizat
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

October 11 2012 Notes.docx

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

October 9 2012 Notes.docx

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

October 2 notes.docx

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Essenes / yahad : they"re celebate, lived in desert, rejected animal sacrifices, knew about medicine, studied hebrew text carefully, didn"t eat meat or
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Wounded Knee, South Dakota, Native American Church, Ghost Dance

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Scholars tend to treat indigenous traditions as. Indigenous traditions have radically changed, they are not artifacts from history, and their cultures
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Euripides, Demiurge, Zoroastrianism

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Book Of Deuteronomy, Book Of Leviticus

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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Manitou, Great Spirit, Socalled

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Oral traditions don"t need to find ways to reconcile past texts to present needs. Colonization: tend to be found within a colonial. Most peoples with o
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Second Vatican Council, Social Gospel, Transubstantiation

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You have three major christianities in europe now: Colonialism and the discovery of the africa, india, and n&s america brought christianity around the
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Salman Rushdie, Abbasid Caliphate, House Of Wisdom

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Ummayad caliphate grew massively but was rocked by a lot of conflict. Abbasid emphasized that knowledge was of great value, as it says in qur"an. Abbas
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Hegira, Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal, Tawhid

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619 ce: muhammad has his revelation from gabriel. Ideas were contradictory to the ruling order. Interest in monotheism, social reform. the marginalized
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U OF APSYCO239Angela BrkichFall

PSYCO239 Lecture Notes - Nicene Creed, Devil (Islam), Protestantism

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