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Is Buddhism a religion or a philosophy? The Buddha referred to his teachings simply as Dhamma-vinaya — "the doctrine and discipline" — but for centuries people have tried to categorize the teachings in various ways, trying to fit them into the prevailing molds of cultural, philosophical, and religious thought. Buddhism is an ethical system — a way of life — that leads to a very specific goal and that possesses some aspects of both religion and philosophy: More...

The Buddha And His Teachings 

Dhamma

The Four Noble Truths

The Eightfold Path

Anatta

Anicca

God

Emptiness

Ignorance/Avijja

Kamma

Kama/lust

Virtue/Sila

Love/Friendship/Metta

Death

Dukha

Rebirth

Nirvana

Sagga/Heaven

Samsara

Craving

Knowledge

Schools

General

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