Yes Buddhism is both a religion and a philosophy
Buddhism is a Philosophy, not a religion.
Buddhism is considered a philosophy and not a religion because, the Buddha is not a god, there is no "God" in Buddhism. The main tenant is that we are all capable of Buddhahood.
Buddhism which is a philosophy, not a religion. He had no religion
It is a matter of opinion.
It is more of a philosophy than a religion. Just like buddhism is more of a philosophy than a religion as well.
You! I think it is Buddhism.
Buddhism is a philosophy or a religion. Members of any ethnic group can be Buddhist.
none Answer: Buddhism is alternately viewed as a religion and as a philosophy. It has many of the elements of a religion (soul, afterlife) but not others (god(s))
taoism (not philosophy here but a religion) and buddhism.
There are Hindu gods and demons in Buddhist art because both the philosophy and the religion have very similar origins.
no, they did not allow anything but the philosophy of legalism
Buddhism is a monotheistic religion, often described as more like a philosophy than a religious faith. There are no gods in Buddhism. Hinduism is a polytheistic religion in which there are multiple gods.
They both are Philosophy rather than Religion. Both teach how to attain highest goal of life Nirvana (Liberation) or Moksha (liberation).
A religion, not a philosophy, with Buddha as a divine figure.
Buddhist philosophy is a part of the religion of Buddhism, dealing extensively with problems in metaphysics, phenomenology, ethics, and epistemology.