Two truths-Philosophy: Is Buddhism Atheistic?
Section A: Philosophy.
1. What are the two truths? How are they utilized in either Mahayana or Vajrayana Practice?
Section B: Theology.
1. Is Buddhism Atheistic? Why or why not?
the required reading is “The Norton Anthology”
no plagiarism, and every question you need to write around 250 words about 2 or 3 paragraphs to answer the question and explain it,
it has to answer the question perfectly and easy to understand.
by reading the paragraphs, everyone should understand the answer for the question.
Different religious practices are based on the perceptions of the culture and interpretation of divinity. The two truths are an important part of the Buddhist culture, playing a pivotal role in practices of different people following the Buddhist religion. These truths form the basic principles that the followers seek to achieve. Most importantly, Gautam Buddha went on a journey in search of truth and ultimate divinity. Based on these principles, his followers argue that the truth exists in two form; the conventional truth and the ultimate truth. Consequently, the conventional truth includes that which is known to the public with ease, without the need for further efforts to understand various events.