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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 12

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Jainism: may have developed before the 6th century bc. Jainism developed because of religious bigotry + exploitation + corruption. It tried to reduce m
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 11

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Week 11 sikh h istory, devot ional ist movements, and t he god- In the past, boundaries weren"t fixed so can be a sikh and a non-sikh at the same time.
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 10

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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 9

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Week 9 bhakt i: erot ics and possession. Intimate, material, carnal, physical love to talk about spiritual experience! Is a historical transformation w
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 8

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Week 8 i n d ian ph i losophy: proof for t he existence of god. In indian religion there is no good distinction between philosophy and religion. Theolo
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 7

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Week 7 t he t heologizat ion of t he r m ya a. Hero of the story is rama -> is worshiped today. Was written in the late vedic period where there many g
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 6

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Above communities have institutions + r ituals + core doctrines, but not founder. In past people know what vaisnavism and saivism were but they did not
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 5

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Week 5 non-attached action i n t he bhagavad-g t . Colonial period stars at round the 18 century. Bhagavad gita: a synthetic text that brings many tr
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 4

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Week 4 upan i ads and renouncer trad it ions, budd h ism and. Buddhism used to be very important in india but is not practiced much in india anymore. B
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 3

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Week 3 late ved ic socie ty: t he caste system, t he ends of l i fe, Renunciation was domesticated within the late vedic period. Dravidian is used to d
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

RLG205H5 Lecture Notes - Rigveda, Mandala 10

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Week 2 ancient sources: i n d us valley civ i l izat ion and t he g. Indus valley civilization: the 3rd largest civilization in the world after mesopo
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

lecture 1

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Hindu -> arabic + persia work for geographic marker. Orientalism: is primarily a term used for the imitation or depiction of aspects of. Eastern cultur
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UTMRLG205H5Ajay RaoFall

RLG205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Kataragama Deviyo, Ganesha, Adharma

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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 7

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Mate choice and levels of selection: goods or services -> females want for direct benefits, good genes -> good for the offspring superior quality compa
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 6

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Slide 1 male battles and the evolution of sneaky sex: Assessing the social environment & phenotypic plasticity selective maintenance of alternative phe
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 5

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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

BIO318Y5 Lecture Notes - Parental Investment

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Why are female battles rare? (why males are more gorgeous) Long tailed dance flies: females form swarms shaped like a disk. Females breathe air to infl
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 3

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) phenotype can encompass other bodies: the power of parasites. Found in scientific endeavours in some cases as different as animal behaviour and tests
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneSummer

2nd half Lecture 2

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Adaptation: a trait that increases the fitness of it"s bearer and that evolved for that specific role. Parasites manipulating hosts hypothesis testing
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UTMBIO318Y5Darryl GwynneWinter

2nd half Lecture 1

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Fig 1. 13 from animal behaviour copyright sinauer press (from original gary larson cartoon) Darwinian selection and the biological environment: the cre
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