Buddhism and Jainism Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Buddhism and Jainism
A look at the ethical similarities between Buddhism and Jainism.
# 141123 | 750 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Religion and Theology (Buddhism) , Religion and Theology (Eastern)


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The paper addresses the ethical similarities between Buddhism and Jainism. The paper's annoted biblography has eight entries listed and each entry tries to tell the reader what each source is about and also talks about why the source is important.

From the Paper:

"Berger, Douglas, "In Search of Affinities" in Philosophy of East And West, Vol.58, Iss.4, Oct 2008: 583-594. This article is very important for understanding both Buddhism and Jainism. It clearly shows how both religions developed in India before spreading out to other regions. One of the other important aspects of this article is that it clearly shows a fundamental difference between Buddhism and Jainism. The fundamental difference is how both religions deal with concepts of otherness and interdependence. Buddhism uses an exclusionary approach."

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