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Asked in New Testament
How pantheism view suffering and death?
Pantheism view is that there is no suffering. Suffering is an illusion. "What happens after death?" The Pantheist agrees with the naturalist, who says that the person ceases to exist at death, but they differ on exactly who (or what) the person is. ...
Asked in Grammar
Which is correct 'a utilitarian outlook' or 'an utilitarian outlook'?
The correct spelling is 'A utilitarian outlook' because the 'u' from utilitarian sounds like a consonant and therefore you use the article 'a'. ...
What is a Utilitarian buyer?
Utilitarian is of, relating to, or in the interests of utility considerations in industrial design. An utilitarian buyer is someone that wants to by utilities for an industry. ...
How do Buddist view suffering?
As stated in the Four Noble Truths: Buddhism sees suffering as the human condition when a person is not enlightened. Suffering is the result of desire. Suffering can be ended. Suffering can be ended by following the Eightfold Path. ...
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
What is the utilitarian view of affirmative action?
There is a very clear, utilitarian argument that supports Affirmative Action. The ends of establishing parity by numbers, assuring minority talent in the professions, and enhancing upward mobility in a minority group, outweighs the means of giving women and racial minorities and extra boost in a competition against other candidates. ...
Asked in Literature and Language
What is utilitarian attitudes?
The Utilitarian Movement was a achool of thought that existed in 17th Century England. In essence its protagonists held the view that actions should be carried out with the intention of them producing an efficacious outcome. The most notable individual who supported this view was the Essayist John Stuart Mill. The work that most people consider his best and most influential was called "On Liberty". Everything in that essay is as valid in the 21st Century as it was then. Another essay was...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Buddhism
Can you be a Buddhist and still believe in god?
The four noble truths are central to all Buddhists and might be regarded as the most important values in Buddhism. If you can integrate these with your view of your God then all well and good. They are: The truth of suffering, why we suffer. The truth of how the suffering begins. The truth of how the suffering can end. The truth of how we can end suffering. ...
Asked in Christianity, Saints
Did Augustine write that souls in heaven can view the souls suffering in hell?
It was St. Thomas Aquinas who said that those in heaven would look down on those in hell and be more glad for their suffering. ...