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According to Berkeley which is not a function of “God?”

He utilizes his finite mind to allow humans to perceive Nature

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According to Berkeley which exists outside the “Mind?”

No physical thing

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According to Nietzsche what is “... a particularly destructive characteristic of Western culture?”

Self-Deception

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According to Nietzsche which is not an attribute of “Life?”

Worship the God of western culture

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According to Sartre which of the following does not support his statement about human beings “Existence precedes essence?”

We are defined by a fixed “Human Nature”

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According to Kierkegaard which of the following is not an aspect of “Human Life?”

Universal Truth

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According to Hegel through what stage does the “idea” pass through becoming actual as “Geist?”

Human Activity

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According to Hegel what is equivalent to “Being?”

Nothing

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According to Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not one of the “Five Aggregates (skamdhas)?”

Faith

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According to Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not one of “the four practices usually associated with Right Diligence?”

Helping the wholesome seeds that have already arisen to return to our store consciousness

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According to Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not one the Five Powers?

Mindfulness (balani)

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According to Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not stated of Right View?

Right View can be transmitted by a teacher

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According to the Venerable Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not stated of Right Speech?

No one needs understanding and acceptance

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not stated of Meditation?

You cannot be deceived by what we see and by what we hear

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not part or portion of the Buddha?

The Buddha is a god that can bestow on us the things we want

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not part of the Dharma?

The Dharma does need to be spoken and to be written down

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According to the Venerable Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not a part of Right Thinking?

Right Thinking makes our speech unclear and non-beneficial

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According to the Venerable Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not a part of Right Action?

Right Action is closely linked with all of the Five Mindfulness Trainings

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According to the Venerable Hanh’s The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching what is not a part of Right Mindfulness?

Right Mindfulness accepts nothing without judging or reacting

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what “is the view… that means you have a soul that … after you die there is nothing left?”

Nihilism

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what “is the view… that means you have a soul that is eternal and after you die that soul remains intact and goes to another body and continue like that?”

Eternalism

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not part of Karma?

Why the negative karma should not be continued… to continue the cycle of samsara

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not stated of Impermanence?

I think Buddhism according to our studies and practice cannot go perfectly with modern science… and scientists and the Buddhist practitioners can never collaborate in order to dig deeper into the nature of reality

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According to the Venerable Hanh within the DVD – Life of Buddha what is not stated of Nirvana?

In Buddhism we speak of Nirvana… which is the continuation of all suffering

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter XI – Social Welfare Measures what is not one “of the programs “directed at promoting the ‘welfare’ of particular groups?”

Farm taxation

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter V. In fiscal policy as in monetary policy, all political considerations aside, we simply do not know enough to be able to use deliberate changes in [what] or [what] as a sensitive stabilizing mechanism. In the process of trying to do so, we almost surely make matters [what].”

Taxation; expenditures; worse

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter II. In turn, the fewer the issues on which agreement is necessary, the greater is the likelihood of getting agreement while [what].”

Widespread use of the market; maintaining a free society

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter I – The Relation between Economic Freedom and Political Freedom “a society which is [what] cannot be [what], in the sense of guaranteeing [what]?”

Socialist; democratic; individual freedom

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter I – The Relation between Economic Freedom and Political Freedom what was the “emphasis” placed in the arena of ideas by “intellectual descendents (such as Dicey, Mises, Hayek, and Simons) of the Philosophical Radicals (Bentham and the Benthamite Liberal/Libertarians)” who “feared a continued movement toward centralized control of economic activity?”

Economic freedom as a means toward political freedom

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According to Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom: Chapter I – The Relation between Economic Freedom and Political Freedom “Because we live in a largely free society, we tend to forget how limited is the span of time and the part of the globe for which there has ever been anything like political freedom: the typical state of mankind is [what]?”

Tyranny; servitude; misery