Eastern philosophy: Quiz

Question 1: ________, which specifies that all is without substantial metaphysical identity,
BuddhismAnattaNirvanaBuddha-nature

Question 2: See Also: Hinduism -- Hindu scripture -- Samkhya -- Yoga -- Nyaya -- Vaisesika -- Vedanta -- ________ -- Cārvāka -- Indian logic
BhaktiSamadhiJnana yogaBhagavad Gita

Question 3: Eastern philosophy includes the various philosophies of ________, including Chinese philosophy, Indian philosophy, Iranian philosophy, Japanese philosophy and Korean philosophy.
SingaporeEuropeAsiaContinent

Question 4: The 20th century Hindu guru Sri Aurobindo was influenced by ________ and his Integral yoga is regarded as a synthesis of Eastern and Western thought.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich NietzscheGerman idealismArthur Schopenhauer

Question 5: The term can also sometimes include Babylonian philosophy and ________, though these may also be considered Western philosophies.
Islamic philosophyContemporary Islamic philosophyAvicennismEarly Islamic philosophy

Question 6: See also ________ - Sikh Beliefs - Basic Tenets of the Sikhism - Sikhism Primary Beliefs and Principles
SikhismJainismIndian religionsHinduism

Question 7: Because of its origin from within the ________, some Western philosophies have formulated questions on the nature of God and his relationship to the universe based on Monotheistic framework within which it emerged.
IslamJesusAbrahamic religionsChristianity

Question 8: Confucianism(儒學), developed around the teachings of Confucius(孔子) and is based on a set of ________.
Han DynastyTang DynastyChinese literatureChinese classics

Question 9: Neo-Confucianism is a later further development of ________ but also went much more differently from the origin of Confucianism.
Chinese philosophyConfucianismHan DynastyConfucius

Question 10: Most Buddhist sects believe in ________, a cause-and-effect relationship between all that has been done and all that will be done.
HinduismMokshaDharmaKarma

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