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Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
Hinduism Pt  3&4
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Hinduism Pt 3&4

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World Religions class for AC S2010.

World Religions class for AC S2010.

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  • 1. Hinduism Pt. 3 &4
  • 2. Hinduism and the Arts
    • Multiplicity:
    • Symbolism:
    • Dance:
  • 3. Hinduism: Modern Challenges
    • European influence:
    • Weakened cast system:
    • Women take on more roles:
  • 4. RamaKrishna (1836-1886):
    • Lived most of his life in the temple of Kali near Calcutta
    • Found that all experiences of the gods by humans are manifestations of the one God.
  • 5. Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948)
    • Non-violent marches were the corner stone of his political power.
    • Gandhi believed that all people are committed to seek and fulfill truth.
    • After succeeding he was given the title “great spirit.”
  • 6. Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950):
    • Educated at Cambridge England mainly European languages
    • He led a group that focused on non-cooperation, passive resistance, boycott, and national education
  • 7. Hindu Influence beyond India :
    • Strongest influence is in…South Africa, Malaysia, Fiji, Singapore, and England.
    • Hare Krishna movement
  • 8. Worldview:
    • Absolute:
    • The World:
    • Humans:
    • Problem for Humans:
    • The Solution for Humans:
    • Community and Ethics:
    • Interpretation of History:
  • 9. Worldview:
    • Rituals and Symbols:
    • Life after Death:
    • Hinduism and other Religions:
  • 10. Hinduism : An Analysis
  • 11. Hindu Metaphysics
  • 12. Hindu Ethics
  • 13. Ethics and Karma
  • 14. Ethical Evaluation
  • 15. Monism in Hinduism
  • 16. Hindu Epistemology
  • 17. Eternality of the Universe
  • 18. Summary

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