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This stage of Buddha’s Eight fold path addresses the developing of mental focus necessary for awareness.

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Right Actiona.

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Right Livelihoodb.

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Right Speechc.

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Right Concentrationd.

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It is the ultimate reality; the supreme reality which transcends all things and yet underlies all things as the ground of all things.

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Upanishadsa.

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Vedasb.

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Brahmanc.

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Atmand.

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According to St. Thomas Aquinas, since all existent things depend upon other things for their existence, there must exist at least one thing that is not dependent on anything for existence. This is the:

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The Argument from Designa.

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The Argument to Necessary Beingb.

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The Argument from Gradationc.

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The Argument from Efficient Caused.

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The Argument from Motione.

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The argument that this being than which no greater can be conceived exists in reality as well as exists in the mind, is the:

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Ontological Argumentreality as well as exists in the mind, is the: Select one: a. The Wager Five

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The Wagerin the mind, is the: Select one: Ontological Argument a. Five Ways b. c. The Argument

Five Waysmind, is the: Select one: Ontological Argument a. The Wager b. c. The Argument to Necessary

b.

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The Argument to Necessary Beingas exists in the mind, is the: Select one: Ontological Argument a. The Wager Five Ways

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The Problem of Evilin the mind, is the: Select one: Ontological Argument a. The Wager Five Ways b. c.

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What was the greatest contribution of Augustine to the history of Philosophy and Theology?

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Appropriating Ambrose to a Christian frameworkto the history of Philosophy and Theology? Select one: a. Appropriating Aristotle to a Christian framework

a.

Appropriating Aristotle to a Christian frameworkone: Appropriating Ambrose to a Christian framework a. Appropriating Plato to a Christian framework b. c.

Appropriating Plato to a Christian frameworkframework a. Appropriating Aristotle to a Christian framework b. c. He was able to convert thousands

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He was able to convert thousands into Christianityframework a. Appropriating Aristotle to a Christian framework Appropriating Plato to a Christian framework b. c.

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According to Aquinas, design and purpose is a product of coincidence.

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FalseAccording to Aquinas, design and purpose is a product of coincidence. Select one: a. True b.

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TrueAccording to Aquinas, design and purpose is a product of coincidence. Select one: False a. b.

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St. Thomas Aquinas argues that since everything that moves is moved by another, there must thereby exist an Unmoved Mover. This is the:

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The Argument from Motionthereby exist an Unmoved Mover. This is the: Select one: a. The Argument from Design The

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The Argument from DesignMover. This is the: Select one: The Argument from Motion a. The Argument from Gradation The

The Argument from Gradationone: The Argument from Motion a. The Argument from Design The Argument from Efficient Cause b.

The Argument from Efficient CauseArgument from Motion a. The Argument from Design The Argument from Gradation b. c. d. The

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The Argument to Necessary BeingArgument from Motion a. The Argument from Design The Argument from Gradation The Argument from Efficient

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It specifically refers to the illusion superimposed upon reality as an effect of ignorance.

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Brahmanrefers to the illusion superimposed upon reality as an effect of ignorance. Select one: a. Maya

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Mayato the illusion superimposed upon reality as an effect of ignorance. Select one: Brahman a. Upanishads

Upanishadsrefers to the illusion superimposed upon reality as an effect of ignorance. Select one: Brahman a.

b.

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Vedasto the illusion superimposed upon reality as an effect of ignorance. Select one: Brahman a. Maya

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What was the statement of Ivan which Alyosha said was a rebellion against god?

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I cannot live in a world made by God where children suffer day and nightwhich Alyosha said was a rebellion against god? Select one: a. Evil does not exist. b.

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Evil does not exist.a world made by God where children suffer day and night a. b. An eye for

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An eye for an eye and a tooth for a toothchildren suffer day and night a. Evil does not exist. b. I most respectfully return him

I most respectfully return him the ticketa. Evil does not exist. b. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a

c.

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That than which no greater can be conceived.a. Evil does not exist. b. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a

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Which Eastern philosophical system highlights the inner man and his reality?

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Daoismphilosophical system highlights the inner man and his reality? Select one: a. Confucianism Buddhism b. c.

a.

ConfucianismEastern philosophical system highlights the inner man and his reality? Select one: Daoism a. Buddhism b.

Buddhismphilosophical system highlights the inner man and his reality? Select one: Daoism a. Confucianism b. c.

b.

c.

Hinduismphilosophical system highlights the inner man and his reality? Select one: Daoism a. Confucianism Buddhism b.

d.