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20 terms
World Literature, Philosophy and Religion
Anthropomorphism
Agnosticism
Ecumenism
Existentialism
the attribution of human characteristics or behavior to a god…
the view that, the truth values of certain claims - especiall…
is any effort aimed at the unity of Christians throughout the…
says that people are entirely free and are therefore responsi…
Anthropomorphism
the attribution of human characteristics or behavior to a god…
Agnosticism
the view that, the truth values of certain claims - especiall…
World Literature, Philosophy, and Religion
agnosticism
anthropomorphism
Torah
bar mitzvah
a denial of knowledge about whether there is or is not a God.…
the attributing of human characteristics and purposes to inan…
the law on which JUDAISM is founded (Hebrew for Law). 1st 5 b…
an important ceremony and social event in Jusaism marking the…
agnosticism
a denial of knowledge about whether there is or is not a God.…
anthropomorphism
the attributing of human characteristics and purposes to inan…
84 terms
World literature, philosophy, and religion
Theater of the absurd
Aeneid
Aeschylus
Aesthete
Plays that stress the illogical or irrational aspects of expe…
An epic in Latin by Virgil. Begins with the adventures of Aen…
An Ancient Greek poet, often considered the founder of tragedy.
Sometimes used negatively to describe someone whose pursuit o…
Theater of the absurd
Plays that stress the illogical or irrational aspects of expe…
Aeneid
An epic in Latin by Virgil. Begins with the adventures of Aen…
238 terms
World Literature, Philosophy And Religion
abandon dope, all ye who enter here
absurd, theater of the
academy, french
academy, plato
entrance to hell
plays that stress irrational aspects of experience
group of leaders in the literature and thought of france
school of philosophy in ancient athens
abandon dope, all ye who enter here
entrance to hell
absurd, theater of the
plays that stress irrational aspects of experience
28 terms
World Lit Religion and Philosophy in Literature
Siddhartha Gautama
values of Confucianism
Confucius
Taoism/Daoism
-founder of Buddhism... -born in 6th century BC ... -Enlightened On…
honesty, loyalty, respecting elders, the love of learning, an…
-sought peace... - became a teacher after failing in politics... -b…
-created by Lao Tzu ... -nature as teacher... -wisdom through think…
Siddhartha Gautama
-founder of Buddhism... -born in 6th century BC ... -Enlightened On…
values of Confucianism
honesty, loyalty, respecting elders, the love of learning, an…
25 terms
World Religions: Philosophy of Religion
Theology
Polytheism
Henotheism
Monotheism
the nature of god, gods, or the divine
a system of many gods
a system of one primary god with many lesser gods
a system of only one god
Theology
the nature of god, gods, or the divine
Polytheism
a system of many gods
10 terms
Art, Literature, Religion and Philosophy
Transcendentalists
Lost Generation
Harlem Renaissance
Beat Generation... (Beatniks)
Rejected the Elightenments reliance on science and rationalis…
Disillusioned by failure of WW1 and Progressive Era... Ex. Fitzg…
Groups of African American writers, poets an musicians who ce…
Critisized the conformity and materialism of the 50's
Transcendentalists
Rejected the Elightenments reliance on science and rationalis…
Lost Generation
Disillusioned by failure of WW1 and Progressive Era... Ex. Fitzg…
18 terms
Religion and Philosophy in Literature Review
Confucianism
Taoism
Buddhism
the Analects
love of learning, ritual or proper conduct, respecting elders
nature as teacher, wisdom thru thinking simply, uses paradoxe…
belief of detaching form the world to gain spiritual enlighte…
Maxims-sayings--Confucianism--followers wrote them down in an…
Confucianism
love of learning, ritual or proper conduct, respecting elders
Taoism
nature as teacher, wisdom thru thinking simply, uses paradoxe…
12 terms
Greek Religion, Philosophy, and Literature
Tribute
Pericles
Immortal
Parthenon
A payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
Athenian leader, played a major role in the development of de…
Someone or something that lives forever.
The chief temple of the Greek goddess Athena on the hill of t…
Tribute
A payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
Pericles
Athenian leader, played a major role in the development of de…
12 terms
Greek Religion, philosophy, and literature
Tribute
Pericles
Parthenon
Achilles
Payments made to the Athens by its allies
Powerful leader in Athenian politics; supported and strengthe…
A temple to the goddess Athena
Mythical hero who had some great deeds during the Trojan War
Tribute
Payments made to the Athens by its allies
Pericles
Powerful leader in Athenian politics; supported and strengthe…
8 terms
Greek Religion, Philosophy, and Literature
Socrates
Pericles
Tribute
Parthenon
Athenian philosopher that encouraged people to question their…
Athenian politician who encouraged democracy; made it so city…
Payment for protection from a city an empire
Temple dedicated to the goddess Athena
Socrates
Athenian philosopher that encouraged people to question their…
Pericles
Athenian politician who encouraged democracy; made it so city…
34 terms
Ancient World Religions and Philosophies
Vedas
Reincarnation
Karma
Dharma
First sacred texts of the Aryans, which would eventually beco…
Belief that you die and come back as another life
Sum of your good and bad deeds- the belief that if you do goo…
Your duty in life based on your caste or role in society. It…
Vedas
First sacred texts of the Aryans, which would eventually beco…
Reincarnation
Belief that you die and come back as another life
27 terms
World Religions and Philosophies
Hebrews
Torah
Yahweh
Exodus
Early Jews
Jewish holy text; 1st 5 books of the Old Testament
Jewish god
When Jews fled Egypt to escape slavery and persecution from t…
Hebrews
Early Jews
Torah
Jewish holy text; 1st 5 books of the Old Testament
25 terms
World Religions and Philosophies
Hebrews
Torah
Yahweh
Exodus
Name for early Jews; chosen people of Gold
Jewish holy book
Jewish God
Flight from Egypt to escape slavery
Hebrews
Name for early Jews; chosen people of Gold
Torah
Jewish holy book
47 terms
2015 World Religions and Philosophies
Tripitaka
Quran (Koran)
Torah
Siddur (Bible)
Collection of writings about the teachings of Buddha. Also kn…
Holy book of Islam
Books of Moses that includes the laws and basic beliefs of Je…
Holy book of Judaism
Tripitaka
Collection of writings about the teachings of Buddha. Also kn…
Quran (Koran)
Holy book of Islam
81 terms
World Regionals: Religions and Philosophies
Religion
Philosophy
Monotheism
Polytheism
Helps people answer questions about the meaning and purpose o…
A way of thinking. Not much about faith or set of beliefs. Fo…
Belief in one god... Ex. Judaism, Islam, Christianity, and Sikhism
Belief in more than one god... Ex. Hinduism
Religion
Helps people answer questions about the meaning and purpose o…
Philosophy
A way of thinking. Not much about faith or set of beliefs. Fo…
10 terms
literature philosophy and religion vocab 2
polytheism
purgatory
reincarnation
sect
belief in many gods
a state of suffering for souls who were sinners
the soul inhabits a new body after death
group with different religious beliefs from those of the larg…
polytheism
belief in many gods
purgatory
a state of suffering for souls who were sinners
13 terms
World Religions and Philosophy (Christianity)
Septuagint
Socrates
Plato
Stoicism
Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible that contained 15 books…
Best known for the Socratic method of teaching
Dualistic philosophy with complete separation between flesh a…
Creation not the work of a "god" but the rational ordering of…
Septuagint
Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible that contained 15 books…
Socrates
Best known for the Socratic method of teaching
14 terms
World Religions and Philosophy (Islam)
Ka'ba
Muhammad
Khadija
Ramadan
Large black shrine in what is now Mecca, known as the holy pl…
Considered the last prophet sent by god who restored the fait…
Muhammad's first wife
9th month of the year which marks the start of the Islamic ca…
Ka'ba
Large black shrine in what is now Mecca, known as the holy pl…
Muhammad
Considered the last prophet sent by god who restored the fait…
21 terms
world religions and philosophies
Abrham
Brahman
Confucius
Jesus of Nazareth
originally Abram, is the first of the three patriarchs of Jud…
In Hinduism, Brahman connotes the highest Universal Principle…
Confucius was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and phil…
is the central figure of the Christian religion, a savior bel…
Abrham
originally Abram, is the first of the three patriarchs of Jud…
Brahman
In Hinduism, Brahman connotes the highest Universal Principle…
23 terms
World religions and philosophies
Abraham
Brahman
Confucius
Jesus of Nazareth
The first of the great Biblical patriarchs, father of Isaac,…
a member of the highest Hindu caste, that of the priesthood
A Confucian is a person who believes in the teachings of the…
Jesus of Nazareth is the central figure of the Christian reli…
Abraham
The first of the great Biblical patriarchs, father of Isaac,…
Brahman
a member of the highest Hindu caste, that of the priesthood
16 terms
WORLD RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHIES
Monotheism
Ten Commandments
Five Pillars
Hinduism
religions that believe in only one God. The 3 main religions…
Code of behavior for Jews and Christians (i.e.- Do not kill,…
Code of behavior for Muslims (i.e.- Make a pilgrimage to Mecc…
The goal of is to achieve Moksha- Ending reincarnation and st…
Monotheism
religions that believe in only one God. The 3 main religions…
Ten Commandments
Code of behavior for Jews and Christians (i.e.- Do not kill,…
50 terms
Religions and Philosophies of the World
Religion
Universal
Monotheism
Polytheism
a set of beliefs that support the existence of a higher power…
Religions that try to convert people to one's belief or opinion
the belief in only one god
the belief in many gods
Religion
a set of beliefs that support the existence of a higher power…
Universal
Religions that try to convert people to one's belief or opinion
38 terms
World Religions and Philosophies
Hinduism
Hinduism
Hinduism
Hinduism
oldest living religion
Vedas
Upanishads
Brahman
Hinduism
oldest living religion
Hinduism
Vedas
15 terms
Religion and Philosophy in the Roman World
Stoicism
Platonism
Epicureanism
Cynicism
Endure pain, show no emotion
Abstract concepts exist out of time
Be free of anxiety and fear of death
People are selfish, be sceptical
Stoicism
Endure pain, show no emotion
Platonism
Abstract concepts exist out of time
75 terms
World Religion and Philosophy Final
East Religion
West Religion
Zoroaster
Avesta
Monism... God and the world the same... problem is knowledge ... cycli…
monotheism ... God and world separate... problem is sin... linear hist…
founder of Zoroastrianism ... (zarathustra) ... persian
scripture
East Religion
Monism... God and the world the same... problem is knowledge ... cycli…
West Religion
monotheism ... God and world separate... problem is sin... linear hist…
12 terms
World Religion Major Philosophies
Buddhism
Confucianism
Hinduism
Islam
Aim to end suffering in the world.... Reach Nirvana... 4 Noble Trut…
Social Philosophy, Physical Philosophy, Education... Taught the…
Believe there are several heavens and hells. ... Believe in rein…
5 Pillars... Group prayers, ... Fasting during Ramadan,... Making pilg…
Buddhism
Aim to end suffering in the world.... Reach Nirvana... 4 Noble Trut…
Confucianism
Social Philosophy, Physical Philosophy, Education... Taught the…
29 terms
Philosophy of world religions
Epistemology
Soteriology
Logical positivism (logical empiricism)
Deism
Epistemology (episteme-knowledge, understanding;)... is the bran…
is the study of religious doctrines of salvation.
All cognitively meaningful language is in principle either em…
God made the world and left it. God is distinct from the worl…
Epistemology
Epistemology (episteme-knowledge, understanding;)... is the bran…
Soteriology
is the study of religious doctrines of salvation.
32 terms
World History: Religions and Philosophies
Judaism Notes
Christianity Notes
Islam Notes
Hinduism Notes
-Torah (first five books of hebrew bible)... -Abraham (God chose…
-Jesus (young man who preached, often spoke to God through pr…
-Allah (God)... -Ka'aba (Contained 360 idols, brought to Mecca b…
-Hinduism (collection of religious beliefs that developed slo…
Judaism Notes
-Torah (first five books of hebrew bible)... -Abraham (God chose…
Christianity Notes
-Jesus (young man who preached, often spoke to God through pr…
19 terms
AP World Religion Philosophies
Egyptian Book of the Dead
Hebrew bible/Judaism
Monotheism
Buddhism
Egypt - belief in afterlife, extensive preparations for safe…
Israel - origins, experiences, beliefs and laws of the people
Egypt?, Israel - belief in a single divine entity, first in A…
India - Centered around teachings of Buddha, the four noble t…
Egyptian Book of the Dead
Egypt - belief in afterlife, extensive preparations for safe…
Hebrew bible/Judaism
Israel - origins, experiences, beliefs and laws of the people
10 terms
World Civ Modern Philosophy/Literature
Valéry
Nietzsche
Bergson
Sorel
Think of what has disapeared... Fear the Future
Rejected God/Christianity and rationality... instincts and passi…
Experience and intuition are as important as rational thinking
Marxism is a religion, not a science
Valéry
Think of what has disapeared... Fear the Future
Nietzsche
Rejected God/Christianity and rationality... instincts and passi…
9 terms
Philosophy and Religion in the Roman World
Every person who helped contribute to…
What is Animism?
What was another belief of Animism? Wh…
What is Augury?
Philosophy
The Idea that spirits are able to possess people and animals.…
That nature was caused by some sort of spiritual being; Tsuna…
The practice of using oracles or fortune tellers to foresee t…
Every person who helped contribute to…
Philosophy
What is Animism?
The Idea that spirits are able to possess people and animals.…
15 terms
Religion and Philosophy in the Roman World
Who was the first emperor to be viewed…
Was there magic found in all religions?
Who was a popular magician that became…
Were practices associated with magic c…
Julius Caesar
Yes
Simon (Magus)
Condemned
Who was the first emperor to be viewed…
Julius Caesar
Was there magic found in all religions?
Yes
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World Religions/Philosophies Vocabulary
monotheistic
Torah
Abraham
covenant
believing in only one God
the most sacred text of the Hebrew Bible, includes the first…
considered father of the Israelites and their religion, Judai…
the binding agreement/promise God made with Abraham
monotheistic
believing in only one God
Torah
the most sacred text of the Hebrew Bible, includes the first…
15 terms
World History (Religions/Philosophies)
Egypt
Mesopotamia
Judaism (Hebrews)
Zoroastrianism
Led by: pharoah - a god - government = philosophy... Type: polyt…
Led by: priests... Type: polytheistic... Temple: ziggurat
Founder: Abraham... Type: monotheistic = Yahweh... VIP's: David, Sa…
Founder: Zoroaster... Origin: Persia... Belief: opposing forces... God…
Egypt
Led by: pharoah - a god - government = philosophy... Type: polyt…
Mesopotamia
Led by: priests... Type: polytheistic... Temple: ziggurat
122 terms
World Civ Religions & Philosophies
Hinduism
Atman
Brahman
Goal of Hinduism
a collection of beliefs that developed over a long period of…
the individual soul of a living being
world soul that contains and unites all Atmans
illusions, disappointments, and mistakes
Hinduism
a collection of beliefs that developed over a long period of…
Atman
the individual soul of a living being
30 terms
World religions and philosophies
founder of juddaism
founder of christianity
founder of hinduism
founder of buddhism
Abraham/moses
jesus
none
buddha
founder of juddaism
Abraham/moses
founder of christianity
jesus
76 terms
Philosophy of World Religions Final
When did Abraham live?
What did Abraham do?
What happened with Issac?
When did Moses live?
Approximately 1800 B.C.E
He was a nomad who roamed the dessert. He made a contract wit…
Abraham was going to kill Issac because God told him to
He lived in the 13th Century B.C.E.
When did Abraham live?
Approximately 1800 B.C.E
What did Abraham do?
He was a nomad who roamed the dessert. He made a contract wit…
33 terms
World History: Religions and Philosophies
Judaism
Buddhism
Confucianism
Roman Mythology
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abrah…
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
Chinese ethical and philosophical teachings of Confucius whic…
The Romans believed in many of the Gods the Greeks did but ga…
Judaism
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abrah…
Buddhism
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
12 terms
World Religion's and Philosophies (Japanese Religions and Philosophies)
Shinto/Kami No Michi
Kojiki
Izanagi
Izanami
The "way of the gods or spirits"
The "chronicle of ancient events" is the collection of major…
Male "creator" god, associated with the sky
Female "creator" goddess, identified with earth, later with t…
Shinto/Kami No Michi
The "way of the gods or spirits"
Kojiki
The "chronicle of ancient events" is the collection of major…
world religions and philosophies
caste system
eightfold path
animism
mandate of heaven
people born into
guide lines for living
belief that all living things and non living things have a sp…
chinese belief that the heavens chose the ruler
caste system
people born into
eightfold path
guide lines for living
69 terms
World Religion and Philosophies Test
This world religion is orginated in pr…
This world religion was FOUNDED BY ABR…
Judaism had a __________ with G-d.
This religion originated in Northern I…
Hinduism
Judaism
Covenent
Buddhism
This world religion is orginated in pr…
Hinduism
This world religion was FOUNDED BY ABR…
Judaism
47 terms
World Religions and Philosophy Midterm
Varnas
Brahims
Kshatriyas
Vaishyas
The three basic classes of society
The highest class. Produced all the priests
The "warrior" class
The commoners and peasants/merchants.
Varnas
The three basic classes of society
Brahims
The highest class. Produced all the priests
20 terms
World Religions/Philosophies
monsoon
summer monsoon
winter monsoon
subcontinent
seasonal wind of the indian ocean
southwest
northeast
distinguished part of a continent
monsoon
seasonal wind of the indian ocean
summer monsoon
southwest
88 terms
World History-Religions and Philosophies
God or Gods, afterlife, creation\death…
God or Gods aren't important, there is…
reincarnation
brahma
what are the 6 things religion requires to be accurate?
what are the differences between a religion and philosophy?
a person`s soul comes back in another living thing
reached through multiple reincarnations, the soul becomes one…
God or Gods, afterlife, creation\death…
what are the 6 things religion requires to be accurate?
God or Gods aren't important, there is…
what are the differences between a religion and philosophy?
92 terms
Unit 2: World Religions & Philosophies
Abraham
How did Judaism originate?
Sabbath
Torah
Founder of Judaism (And Christianity/Islam). He was a shepher…
Abraham wondered if there was a only one powerful God. First,…
important holy day of the week to observe and celebrate the J…
Jewish holy book
Abraham
Founder of Judaism (And Christianity/Islam). He was a shepher…
How did Judaism originate?
Abraham wondered if there was a only one powerful God. First,…
56 terms
Unit 2: World Religions & Philosophies
Abraham
How did Abraham started Judaism?
Judaism
Star of David
Founder of Judaism. He was a Shepherd. Lived four thousand, (…
He wondered if there was a only one powerful God. First, he t…
Believe in one God who enters every human life in a personal…
Symbol of Judaism
Abraham
Founder of Judaism. He was a Shepherd. Lived four thousand, (…
How did Abraham started Judaism?
He wondered if there was a only one powerful God. First, he t…
49 terms
AP World Religions/ Philosophies
Founder of Christianity
Region of Christianity
Divisions of Christianity
Hinduism founded by
Jesus
Israel- Europe
Nestoric, Roman
Aryans
Founder of Christianity
Jesus
Region of Christianity
Israel- Europe
26 terms
World Religions and Philosophies (Hinduism)
Varnas
Brahmins
Kshatriyas
Vaishyas
The three basic classes of society the Brahmins, Kshatriyas,…
Highest social class, produced all of the priests
The "warrior" class
The commoners and peasants/merchants
Varnas
The three basic classes of society the Brahmins, Kshatriyas,…
Brahmins
Highest social class, produced all of the priests
23 terms
World Religions and Philosophy (Hinduism)
Hinduism
Trimurti
chakra
Reincarnation
-Stems from the indus river... -Given the name "hindusim" from G…
The three main Gods of Hinduism
- Was originally a wheel used as a weapon... -Also known as energy
Transmigration of the soul
Hinduism
-Stems from the indus river... -Given the name "hindusim" from G…
Trimurti
The three main Gods of Hinduism
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