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References From Indian Philosophy

References From Indian Philosophy

• Hinduism: The concept of reincarnation is central to Hinduism. The belief is that the soul (atman) is immortal and continues to be reborn (samsara) into a new body after death, depending on its karma (actions and deeds). The goal of Hinduism is to achieve moksha, or liberation from the cycle of reincarnation.

Buddhism: Buddhism also teaches the concept of reincarnation, but with some key differences from Hinduism. In Buddhism, the soul is not immortal, but rather a temporary construct that arises from the mind.

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