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  • Buddhism Research Paper

    People believed that the house faces south is warmer in winter time and cooler in summer time, there is adequate day-light from south side as well. The other discussion of direction is that, Buseoksa temple as a royal supported site, it was the first Buddhist temple built after the first year Silla unified the three kingdoms, the political meaning of Buseoksa temple was important. According to traditional fengshui in China, facing south means “victory” or “imperatorial”, such as the direction order of Forbidden City in Beijing, each of the palaces were ordered to face south. Thus, it might be said that Buseoksa temple also has political meaning under the fengshui order. However, there is a unique characteristic of Buseoksa temple about the main Buddha Amitabha’s direction. Usually the main Buddha sits in the middle facing south as the same direction with the political ruler, but here the Amitabha sits on the west and faces eastern side. According to Kim Bongryol, this is the symbolism of Amitabha, who is the Buddha of western paradise but…

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  • Siella Kingdom

    single Buddha mind” (50-51). Silla’s governing ideologies were influenced by Buddhism beliefs, contributing to the community in a positive way. During the unified Silla period, Confucianism came to rival Buddhism as an alternate system of thought. Those of high ranking believed that Confucianism offered a more beneficial system of public morals and social values than Buddhism, with its emphasis on personal salvation and life in the hereafter (52). This led to the pursuit of different governing…

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  • Korea Cultural Influence

    from the cremation of Buddha or renowned monks.” (Shin, 84-85). These relics are essentially caskets, made of Gilt Bronze, and are designed intricately with many ornaments and aspects defining its religious symbolism. The Gilt Bronze Relic was found in the Silla Kingdom, the oldest of the three monarchies, dating back to the seventh century, 700-800 AD. Its appearance is similar to those in China and India, however the craftsmanship and elaborate design is a prime example of how this piece…

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  • Optimized Curricular Generator Essay

    By using this software it will be very easy for faculty to get timetable in their phones. We use a genetic algorithm for generating timetable. Genetic algorithms are general search and optimization algorithms inspired by processes and normally associated with natural world. Genetic algorithm mimics the process of natural selection and can be used as a technique for solving complex optimization problems which have large spaces. In order to deal with timetabling issues we are proposing a…

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  • Enterprise Leasing Company Case Study

    As the company branched out and expanded to different states so Jack changed the name in 1969 to Enterprise Leasing Company, in honor of the U.S.S. Enterprise aircraft carrier upon which he served in the Navy. The energy crises of the 1970s hindered Enterprise Leasing Company’s expansion but accelerated growth occurred in the 1980s even though Hertz and National entered the hometown market. According to Tucker and Salamie (2005), “a key ingredient to Enterprises success was the innovative…

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  • MEP Application (API) Management Architecture Application

    the workflows and business rules that are needed to be completed to process request. Then finally the client request is send through the Data Access Service to make sure that this data is able to be accessed and provided to requestor. Once this is confirmed…

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  • Market Orientation And Customer Orientation

    With the market globalization continuously ,competition is fierce increasingly ,more and more enterprises realize and try to find suitable business orientations ,in order to seek greater profit space. Enterprises speed up the efficiency of production ,pay attention to the product feature , intensify efforts in promotion , understand market demand , safeguard consumer value ,mutual compete ,to gain greater market share . Customer orientation is one of the business-oriented what is the enterprises…

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  • Salaam Wanita Case Study

    1: (a) Type of social intervention: The Salaam Wanita project employs the Work Integration Social Enterprise (WISE) model, making use of a product as the choice social intervention. Salaam Wanita provides employment for the disadvantaged women by training them to weave baskets, and then paying them at least half of the revenue from the selling of the baskets. (b) Value Propositions: Firstly, for the social value proposition, Salaam Wanita 's beneficiaries, who are the disadvantaged women, can…

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  • Fight Club 2005 Analysis

    up resentment and the admission of his affair, sits in his car at a stoplight trying to decide if he should leave – potentially with his paramour, Margot – or stay and raise his son, all while knowing life will never be the same. 1996 is also not a Hollywood standard film of affairs and suburbia – it’s not stock drama. There’s plenty of uncommon plot elements in place that shift it from being a run of the mill Hollywood tale of infidelity, which bodes well with Fincher who usually differs with…

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  • Mutual Aid Organization Analysis

    Mutual Aid organizations provide services that will increase the well-being of citizens, similar to a social enterprise organization such as the YMCA, members pay for the service, through paying an agreed upon amount each pay period. “Civil society organizations can be divided into nonprofit mutual associations that serve a membership and organizations that serve the public. Within nonprofit mutual associations, two broad groupings can be created: those that help the economy and those that are…

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