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  • 61Ethology — Not to be confused with ethnology. Animal Behavior redirects here. For the journal, see Animal Behaviour (journal). For the Praxis single, see Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis). Part of a series on …

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  • 62Empiricism — John Locke, a leading philosopher of British empiricism This article is about the field of philosophy. For the album by Borknagar, see Empiricism (album). Empiricism is a theory of knowledge that asserts that knowledge comes only or primarily via …

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  • 63Faith and rationality — are two modes of belief that exist in varying degrees of conflict or compatibility. Faith is belief in inspiration, revelation, or authority. Rationality is belief based on reason or evidence.Broadly speaking, there are three categories of views… …

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  • 64Four Noble Truths — The Buddha teaching the Four Noble Truths. Translations of Four Noble Truths …

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  • 65Intelligent design — This article is about intelligent design as promulgated by the Discovery Institute. For other uses, see Intelligent design (disambiguation). For the philosophical argument from design , see Teleological argument …

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  • 66Mahayana — Mahāyāna Buddhism …

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  • 67Nirvana — This article is about the religious concept. For the American grunge band, see Nirvana (band). For other uses, see Nirvana (disambiguation). Nirvāṇa (Sanskrit: निर्वाण; Pali: निब्बान (nibbāna); Prakrit: णिव्वाण) is a central concept in Indian… …

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  • 68Noble Eightfold Path — Eightfold Path redirects here. For other uses, see Eightfold Path (disambiguation). The Dharma wheel, often used to represent the Noble Eightfold Path …

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  • 69Nichiren — (日蓮) A statue of Nichiren outside Honnoji in the Teramachi District of Kyoto. School Mahayana, Nichiren Personal …

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  • 70Nichiren Buddhism — Mahāyāna Buddhism …

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  • 71Nagarjuna — For other uses, see Nagarjuna (disambiguation). Golden statue of Nagarjuna at Samye Ling Monastery Nāgārjuna (Devanagari:नागार्जुन, Telugu: నాగార్జున, Tibetan: ཀླུ་སྒྲུབ་ klu sgrub, Chinese: 龍樹, Sinhala නාගර්පුන) (ca. 150–250 CE) was an impor …

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  • 72Prayer wheel — Prayer wheels in Swayambhunath, Nepal …

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  • 73Sanskrit — संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam …

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  • 74Sangha — This article concerns the concept of Sangha in Buddhism. For information on other senses, see Sangha (disambiguation). Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal …

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  • 75Shaolin Monastery — Shaolin Temple redirects here. For other uses, see Shaolin Temple (disambiguation). Shaolin Monastery 少林寺 …

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  • 76Sigrid Undset — Infobox Writer name = Sigrid Undset birthdate = birth date|1882|5|20|df=y birthplace = Kalundborg, Denmark deathdate = death date and age|1949|6|10|1882|5|20|df=y deathplace = Lillehammer, Norway occupation = Novelist nationality = Norwegian… …

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  • 77Teleological argument — A teleological or design argument[1][2][3] is an argument for the existence of God. The argument is based on an interpretation of teleology wherein purpose and intelligent design appear to exist in Nature beyond the scope of any such human… …

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  • 78Texas Rangers (baseball) — MLB infobox name = Texas Rangers established = 1961 owner = Tom Hicks misc = Based in Arlington since by|1972 uniform colors = Blue, Red, White WS = (0) WORLD CHAMPIONS = None LEAGUE = AL P = (0) PENNANTS = None misc1 = OTHER PENNANTS = DIV =… …

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  • 79Zen — For other uses, see Zen (disambiguation). Zen Chinese: Traditional: 禪 Simplified: 禅 Pinyin: Chán …

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  • 80Pali — For other uses, see Pali (disambiguation). Pali Pronunciation [paːli] Spoken in …

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