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Common Elements of Eastern Religious Traditions
James Gonzalez,
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August 29, 2013
David Moncla



Inse Its interesting to note that Daoism and Buddhism, been so similar in content, rose in both India and China around the same time without mutual influence. But nothing of the sort appeared in Greece until around the 3rd century A.D. when Indian culture started to affect Greco-Roman thinking.rt text
Inse Its interesting to note that Daoism and Buddhism, been so similar in content, rose in both India and China around the same time without mutual influence. But nothing of the sort appeared in Greece until around the 3rd century A.D. when Indian culture started to affect Greco-Roman thinking.rt text

Daoist does not have a teacher peer say but the masters of early Daoism are Like Hinduism, Laozi and Zhuangzi as most famous. Generally speaking, Laozi (Master Lao)
Receives a place of veneration, but Laozi is pseudo-historical and mythological. He is a composite figure. In terms of influential scriptures, although attributed to Laozi, the text is, in fact, an anthology with material from a variety of historical periods. Founded the school and wrote its major work, called the Daodejing, also sometimes known as the Laozi. Zhuangzi is an oral form or teaching that’s was his way of teaching.

Daoist does not have a teacher peer say but the masters of early Daoism are Like Hinduism, Laozi and Zhuangzi as most famous. Generally speaking, Laozi (Master Lao)
Receives a place of veneration, but Laozi is pseudo-historical and mythological. He is a composite figure. In terms of influential scriptures, although attributed to Laozi, the text is, in fact, an anthology with material from a variety of historical periods. Founded the school and wrote its major work, called the Daodejing, also sometimes known as the Laozi. Zhuangzi is an oral form or teaching that’s was his way of teaching.

Ins Hinduism and Buddhism have shared parallel beliefs that have existed...

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