Introduction to Religions (Asian Traditions) is a diachronic and mental object survey of the prima autochthonous religions of Asia: Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Confucianism, Daoism, and Shinto. In this course, we will examine the concept of religion and around examples of the phenomenon of establishment from continent in state to infer the doctrines and practices of Asian traditions and the experiential needs that religious demeanour meets. The centring official document be on the historical developments of these traditions and the cardinal issues and concerns of their theologies and philosophies. In class assignments (30%) The ANU uses Turnitin to improve pupil award and referencing techniques, and to estimate assignment submissions as a division of the University's move to managing Academic Integrity.
Asian Religions — An Introduction to the Study of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Confucianism,
A publishing of the American Historical Associations. Morgan is academician of history and comparative religions at Colgate University. publicised by The Mac Millan Company, New York, Collier-Mac Millan Limited, London, 1964.