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Anatta: Quiz


Question 1: [34 ] One can transform one's self from an "insignificant self" into a "great self" through practices such as loving-kindness and ________.
Buddhist meditationBuddhismNirvanaMindfulness (Buddhism)

Question 2: These statements are made to rebut the various theories circulating among philosophers of the Buddha's time that denied the efficacy of moral action, attributing all change to fate; these were forms of ________.
AristotleCausalityImmanuel KantDeterminism

Question 3: In contrast, a person in training should look for a different kind of "root" — the root of ________ experienced in the present.
DukkhaNirvanaBuddhism and HinduismBuddhism

Question 4: This teaching is strikingly similar to that of the ________ sutras.
Mahayana Mahaparinirvana SutraZenBuddha-natureTathagatagarbha doctrine

Question 5: Thanissaro Bhikkhu and ________ disagree, finding that the word "dhamma" is used here only to refer to objects of mental consciousness or mental analysis.
Path PressSister VajiraIsland HermitageNanavira Thera

Question 6: In Buddhism, anattā (Pāli) or anātman (________) refers to the notion of "not-self".
PaliSanskritMantraAshoka the Great

Question 7: The permanent cessation of the reification of the perceived self is integral to the enlightenment of an ________.
ArhatBuddhismHouseholder (Buddhism)Nirvana

Question 8: In the Nikayas, the Buddha repeatedly emphasizes not only that the five ________ of living being are "not-self", but that clinging to them as if they were an immutable self or soul (ātman) gives rise to unhappiness.

Question 9: Anatta, along with dukkha (suffering/unease) and anicca (impermanence), is one of the three ________, which, according to Buddhism, characterise all conditioned phenomena.
Buddhist philosophyBuddha-natureThree marks of existenceĀtman (Buddhism)

Question 10: Over the past several decades (dating back to at least 1939), a controversial movement of monks and meditation masters, later called the ________, has developed in Thailand.
Dhammakaya MovementDhammayuttika NikayaThai Forest TraditionWat


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