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question 6 of 2011 final exam

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Department
Religion
Course
RLG100Y1
Professor
Andre Maintenay
Semester
Winter

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6. In this class, we have proposed that all major world religions are attempting to answer the same set of basic questions, such as who we are, how our world came into being and how it works, what is our relationship to the larger world and to each other, how we should conduct ourselves in the world. The Western religions and the Indic religions interpret the same set of data in fundamentally different ways. Compare and contrast the overall worldviews of the Western Religions and the Indic Religions. Having done so, comment on how these different worldviews understand the existence of evil, and what role these worldviews envision for ethical action. Eastern Traditions Unavoidable suffering Constant change desire causes suffering Karma- element of control in r
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