Jainism Research Paper

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Different thinkers in different countries have different opinion on their society, culture, and their countries. But even though some of them from the same countries, they opinions were still different. In this paper, I am going to talk about different thinkers in China, South Asia, and Greek city-state, how they respond to the particular circumstances of their states, societies, and/or cultures, and how they began to consider about their improve on their societies. I believe that Jainism is the best way to respond to the particular circumstances of their states, societies and/or cultures, and how they can improve on their societies. There were many thinkers in China, there was Confucius, Mo Di, Laozi, Zhuangzi, Han Fei, Xunzi, and many others. …show more content…
He thinks that everyone can be the superior man, which is being non-violence and kind, like the Chinese word, “仁(ren)”, which is to have mercy to people, then people do not need the laws and punishments to achieve orders and to become one nation. And he only taught people who is intelligent and is willing to learn, and he did not care they are noble or not. One of the competing schools, Mohism, teaching as known as the Mo Di, he think that all men should be obligated to everyone, not just their family and friends. He thinks that war is not supposed to exist because it is waste of resources. He also thinks that a good government is to help its people, to serve the people’s …show more content…
And four noble truths, human life have a lot of suffering; the cause of suffering is greed and desire; there is an end to suffering; the way to end suffering is to follow the middle path, which is the eightfold path. The eightfold path are understanding the right thing and viewpoint; know the right values and attitude; don 't tell lies, be honest; do the right things, like helping others; do something useful; think about helpful thoughts; be aware of what you feel, think and do; right meditation for a calm

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