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Gautama:

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[Skt.,=the enlightened One], usual title given to the founder of Buddhism. He is also called the Tathagata [he who has come thus], Bhagavat [the Lord], and Sugata [well-gone]. He probably lived from 563 to 483 B.C.
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Gautama

sees “everything” and has “eyes on his feet.” [Buddhism: Parrinder, 110]
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The paradox that Gautama and Marx address is this; they attempt to give a full story of all and everything, including the details of one's subjectivity, aware that doing so is itself a third-person description.
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Gautama Buddha (563 BCE -400 BCE) was a spiritual teacher from ancient India who founded Buddhism.
Professor Oliver's (1962) comparison of Gautama Buddha and Confucius - two of the most influential public philosophers in Eastern thought--was unique in topic and content since no communication scholar at the time, or afterward from what I can tell, examined their rhetorical similarities.
From that point forward, Siddhartha Gautama was known as the Buddha.
She covers the Indian crucible; the life of Siddhartha Gautama, the Awakened One; the core teachings, or dharma, of the Buddha; foundational Buddhists of the Elder Tradition and others; the Great Vehicle Mahayana tradition; the sound of one hand clapping and other riddles of Zen; and Tibetan Tantrists of the esoteric Vajrayana tradition.
WORCESTER - The life story and teachings of Siddhartha Gautama - a wealthy prince born in northern India sometime between the fifth and sixth centuries B.

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