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Two unconditioned dhammas?

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Stopping Tanha or craving

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What happens if a Person spent money on good things which are earned from bad ways

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Who are the past Buddhas mentioned in the Canonical Works?

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Which Buddhist council included the conclusions that there is no creator-god and no day of judgment?

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What are the Pali or Sanskrit words for these things?

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a good definition of consciousness

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Why is Buddha almost treated like a God in most Buddhist traditions?

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Is Pratītyasamutpāda just cause and effect?

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Is there an interpretation of the 12 nidanas that occurs just over one lifetime?

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Has Buddha attained Nirvana after death?

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What are the main arguments in favor of the Anātman view over the Ātman view?

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Right understanding of Dāna

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Is a Mahayana Buddhist *required* to take a Bodhisattva vow?

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Is Theravada Buddhism the only modern representative of Hinayana Buddhism?

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Does Mahayana Buddhism discourage attaining enlightenment under the Gautama Buddha Sasana?

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Sankharas, once eliminated. Do they have a chance of coming back?

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Giving up bad friends

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Why is Buddhism not Nihilism?

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Does Human Evolution Disprove a Kamma Based Rebirth?

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Is it possible to reconcile the evolution theory with Buddhism?

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If we have the law of karma, why do we need other laws, or do we?

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Which Buddha do Buddhists take refuge in?

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Is there any such thing as a bad meditation?

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How does an ālaya-vijñāna work?

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What are the three marks of existence?

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How closely related are the concepts of Karma and Pavlovian conditioning?

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Can the substantiality of phenomena ever be conclusively ruled out through Buddhist practice?

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Is there any extreme of physical pain that a fully enlightened person would find unpleasant on any level?

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If I undergo suffering now, will my next birth be better?