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Paramārtha and sect
Paramārtha also wrote about the origins of the Bahuśrutīya sect in connection with acceptance of Mahāyāna teachings.
Paramārtha, a 6th century CE Indian monk from Ujjain, unequivocally associates the Dharmaguptaka school with the Mahāyāna, and portrays the Dharmaguptakas as being perhaps the closest to a straightforward Mahāyāna sect.

Paramārtha and Mahāyāna
In the 6th century CE, Paramārtha, a Buddhist monk from Ujjain in central India, wrote about a special affiliation of the school with the Mahāyāna tradition.
Within the Mahāsāṃghika branch, the Bahuśrutīyas are said to have included a Bodhisattva Piṭaka in their canon, and Paramārtha wrote that the Bahuśrutīyas accepted both the Hīnayāna and Mahāyāna teachings.
The 6th century CE Indian monk Paramārtha wrote that 200 years after the parinirvāṇa of the Buddha, much of the Mahāsāṃghika school moved north of Rājagṛha, and were divided over whether the Mahāyāna teachings should be incorporated formally into their Tripiṭaka.
According to Paramārtha, the Ekavyāvahārikas accepted the Mahāyāna sūtras as the words of the Buddha.
The 6th century CE Indian monk Paramārtha associates the initial composition and acceptance of Mahāyāna sūtras with the Mahāsāṃghika branch of Buddhism.

Paramārtha and .
Heavens such as Tuṣita Heaven are said to be accessible through meditation, and accounts of this are given in the writings of the Indian Buddhist monk Paramārtha, who lived during the 6th century CE.
In the 6th century an Indian missionary named Paramārtha ( another major translator ) had made a partial translation of it.
During the 6th century CE, the Indian monk and translator Paramārtha widely propagated Yogācāra teachings in China.
Paramārtha also taught widely on the principles of Consciousness Only, and developed a large following in southern China.
In the sixth century an Indian missionary named Paramārtha ( another major translator ) had made a partial translation of it.
According to Paramārtha, the Bahuśrutīya school was formed in order to fully embrace both " conventional truth " and " ultimate truth.

states and sect
It also states that a religious sect can be considered a cult if its beliefs involve a denial of any of the essential Christian teachings such as salvation, the Trinity, Jesus himself as a person, his works and his miracles, his crucifixion, his death, his resurrection, his return, and the Rapture.
Hippolytus of Rome states that the deacon Nicolas was the author of the heresy and the sect.
It is, however, a most important modification of Locke's doctrine, and connects Hutcheson's mental philosophy with that of Reid, when he states that the ideas of extension, figure, motion and rest " are more properly ideas accompanying the sensations of sight and touch than the sensations of either of these senses "; that the idea of self accompanies every thought, and that the ideas of number, duration and existence accompany every other idea whatsoever ( see Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions, sect.
The United States Supreme Court's decision in Epperson v. Arkansas held that states could not require that " teaching and learning must be tailored to the principles or prohibitions of any religious sect or dogma ," i. e. that the teaching of evolution in schools could not be forbidden on religious grounds.
Donald Kraybill believes there are plain sect communities in 47 states.
Hulagu's campaign sought the subjugation of the Lurs of southern Iran, the destruction of the Hashshashin sect, the submission or destruction of the Abbasid caliphate in Baghdad, the submission or destruction of the Ayyubid states in Syria based in Damascus, and finally, the submission or destruction of the Bahri Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt.
The Book of Inspiration in the Oahspe states " I will have no sect.
Iamblichus states that he was the founder of a sect of the Pythagoreans called the Mathematici () in opposition to the Acusmatici (); but elsewhere he makes him the founder of the Acusmatici in opposition to the Mathematici.
5 Yefet cites fragments from Saadia's " Kitab al-Tamyiz ", a polemical work against Karaism, in which the author states that there are three sects which are divided on the question of the new moon: ( 1 ) the Rabbinites, who, except in special cases, determine it by the molad ; ( 2 ) the sect of the Tiflis, which follow the molad absolutely ; and ( 3 ) a sect which is guided by the first appearance of the moon.
In Antiquities of the Jews Josephus states that Judas, along with Zadok the Pharisee founded the " fourth sect ", of 1st century Judaism ( the first three are the Sadducees, the Pharisees, and the Essenes ).
Monasteries of the Ramanandi sect are in many states such as Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, West Bengal, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh ( Shri Hathiramji Mutt at Tirumala and Tirupati ), the Nepal Valley and the Nepalese Tarai.
Instead, he states that its original appearance as a tactic and a psychology was among the Isma ‘ ili sect of the Shi ‘ a religion, and that it later emerged among the Russian nihilists of the late 19th century.

states and did
but many historians maintain that except for Northern meddling it would have ended in states like Virginia years before it did.
The fact that the Americans who upheld the sovereignty of their states did this in order to keep many of their people more securely in slavery -- the antithesis of individual liberty -- made the conflict grimmer, and the greater.
Thus, theory and doctrine applicable among the great nations and the smaller European states did not really comfortably fit less developed and less powerful societies elsewhere.
Nor did the Trial devote much attention to exposing the usefulness of anti-Semitism to the Nazis, both in building their own power and in destroying that of rival organizations and states.
" Lincoln, however, did support the Corwin Amendment to the Constitution, which had passed in Congress and protected slavery in those states where it already existed.
The Republicans did maintain their majorities in Congress and in the major states, except New York.
Lincoln stated that his Louisiana plan did not apply to all states under Reconstruction.
It was an era of constitution writing — most states were busy at the task — and leaders felt the new nation must have a written constitution, even though other nations did not.
When Tennessee seceded, though the vote did not win a majority in East Tennessee, Johnson was forced to flee from the state with armed security ; he was in fact the only Senator from the seceded states to continue participation in Congress.
It extended citizenship to every person born in the United States ( except Indians on reservations ), penalized states that did not give the vote to freedmen, and most importantly, created new federal civil rights that could be protected by federal courts.
Johnson's mood did not change ; he continued to criticize the Congress for refusing to allow the Southern states to take their seats.
This provision has been dormant since Queen Victoria ascended the throne, because she did not inherit Hanover under the Salic Laws of the German states, but in principle it could again become relevant in the future.
Strabo ( 7. 2. 1, 4 and 7. 3. 1 ) states that the Cimbri still live on the peninsula ( Jutland ) where they always did, even though some of them liked to wander.
Alan Cameron states: " It is only in modern times that people have taken the Atlantis story seriously ; no one did so in antiquity ".
J. P. Harris states that most Luftwaffe leaders from Goering through the general staff believed as did their counterparts in Britain and the United States that strategic bombing was the chief mission of the air force and that given such a role, the Luftwaffe would win the next war and that:
Hussein had protested that the Arabs of Beirut would greatly oppose isolation from the Arab state or states, but did not bring up the matter of Jerusalem or Palestine.
The developments that led to the First Balkan War did not go unnoticed by the Great Powers, but although there was an official consensus between the European Powers over the territorial integrity of the Ottoman Empire, which led to a stern warning to the Balkan states, unofficially each of them took a different diplomatic approach due to their conflicting interests in the area.
All states were militaristic ( or they did not survive long ), but none was able to expand far into southern Chad, where forests and the tsetse fly complicated the use of cavalry.
At the courts of these states, he expounded his political beliefs but did not see them implemented.
The Qur ' an ( 57: 27 ) states, " But the Monasticism which they invented for themselves, We did not prescribe for them but only to please Allah therewith, but that they did not observe it with the right observance.
The role of horsemen did however remain secondary to that of the hoplites or heavy infantry who comprised the main strength of the citizen levies of the various city states.
Conversely, states such as Virginia and Massachusetts in the United States of America did not have sovereign status, but had significant political and economic independence coupled with weak federal control, reducing the incentive to secede.
In Cooley v. Board of Wardens ( 1852 ) the Court headed by Roger B. Taney had allowed the states, in the absence of federal legislation, to control those aspects of commerce that did not require a single national policy.
For instance, the democracy of ancient Athens did not allow women, foreigners, or slaves to vote, and the original United States Constitution left the topic of suffrage to the states ; usually only white male property owners were able to vote.

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