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Some Buddhists point to other early texts as justifying defensive war.
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Some Buddhists have argued on this basis that the act of killing is complicated, and its ethicization is predicated upon intent.
Some Mahayana Buddhists in China, Japan and Vietnam specifically avoid eating strong-smelling plants, traditionally garlic, Allium chinense, asafoetida, shallot, and mountain leek, and refer to these as wǔ hūn ( 五荤, or ' Five Acrid and Strong-smelling Vegetables ') or wǔ xīn ( 五辛 or ' Five Spices ') as they tend to excite senses.
Some of these Buddhist vegetarian chefs are in the many monasteries which serve wu hun and mock-meat ( also known as ' meat analogues ') dishes to the monks and visitors ( including non-Buddhists who often stay for a few hours or days, to Buddhists who are not monks, but staying overnight for anywhere up to weeks or months ).
Some Buddhists eat vegetarian only once per week or month, or on special occasions such as annual visits to an ancestor's grave.
Some Theravada Buddhists have opposed the identification of Theravada with Hinayana, as it is seen as more of a derogatory term.
Some Buddhists believe that when one of their adherents departs from this world, they are placed by Guanyin in the heart of a lotus, and then sent to the western pure land of Sukhāvatī.
Some lay practitioners in the West these days use the word " Sangha " as a collective term for all Buddhists, but the Pali Canon uses the word parisā ( Sanskrit, parisad ) for the larger Buddhist community — the monks, nuns, lay men, and lay women who have taken the Three Refuges — reserving ‘ Sangha ’ for a more restricted use .”
Some The doctrinal problem of sangha-as-gem-to-be-revered they solve in two ways: firstly by stressing that the arya sangha is a much greater refuge than the lower levels of sangha, and secondly by stressing that sangha denotes the sacred dimensions of gathering as a community of Buddhists, in contrast with its more mundane dimensions.
Some devout Buddhists will wear a simple white dress and spend the whole day in temples with renewed determination to observe the eight Precepts.
Some Hindus believe the Buddha accepted and incorporated many tenets of Hinduism in his doctrine, however, Buddhists disagree and state there was no such thing as Hinduism at the time of Buddha and in fact, " Indeed, it absorbed so many Buddhist traits that it is virtually impossible to distinguish the latter in medieval and later Hinduism.
Some South Korean Buddhists have denounced what they view as discriminatory measures against them and their religion by the administration of President Lee Myung-bak, which they attribute to Lee being a Protestant.
Some Western Buddhists are actually non-denominational and accept teachings from a variety of different sects, which is far less frequent in Asia.
Some historians strike a middle ground, saying that Qasim was torn between the political expediency of making peace with the Hindus and Buddhists ; having to call upon non-Muslims to serve under him as part of his mandate to administer newly conquered land ; and orthodoxy by refraining from seeking the co-operation of " infidels ".
Some Buddhists often attempt to maintain that the minds are equal to the atoms of mereological nihilist reality, but Buddhists seem to have no explanation of how this is the case, and much of the literature on the aforementioned Buddhists involves straightforward discussion of atoms and minds as if they are separate.
Some Mahāyāna Buddhists in China and Vietnam also avoid eating strong-smelling plants such as onion, garlic, chives, shallot, and leek, and refer to these as wu hun ( 五葷, ' Five Spices ').
Some Sri Lankan Buddhists, including the All Island Clergy Organization, denounced the decision by monks to enter politics.
Some Jewish Buddhists claim that the two religions are compatible, while other Jews believe this represents a serious adulteration of both traditions.
Some practitioners, for example, Chinese Buddhists use the singing bowl to accompany the wooden fish during chanting, striking it when a particular phrase is chanted.
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Some historians have found his point of view not to their taste, others have complained that he makes the Tory tradition appear `` contemptible rather than intelligible '', while a sympathetic critic has remarked that the `` intricate interplay of social dynamics and political activity of which, at times, politicians are the ignorant marionettes is not a field for the exercise of his talents ''.
Some scholars point to a character from the Babylonian cuneiform which may have been derived from a representation of the abacus.
Some 9, 000 people from the armed services and civilians were working at Bletchley Park at the height of the codebreaking efforts in January 1945, and over 12, 000 ( of whom more than 80 % were women ) worked there at some point during the war.
Some people in a manic state experience severe anxiety and are very irritable ( to the point of rage ), while others are euphoric and grandiose.
" Some critics have used Selig's handling of the Dodgers to point out a double standard in treatment of MLB owners.
* Some curves that seem simple, such as the circle, cannot be described exactly by a Bézier or piecewise Bézier curve ; though a four-piece cubic Bézier curve can approximate a circle ( see Bézier spline ), with a maximum radial error of less than one part in a thousand, when each inner control point ( or offline point ) is the distance horizontally or vertically from an outer control point on a unit circle.
Some modern scholars use the belief of Jesus ' followers in the resurrection as a point of departure for establishing the continuity of the historical Jesus and the proclamation of the early church.
Some — though this is a point of severe contention in the problem of universals -- believe that properties are beings ; the redness of all apples is something that is.
Some casinos offer " 3-4-5X Odds ," where the maximum allowed odds bet depends on the point ( three times if the point is 4 or 10, four times on 5 or 9, and five times on 6 or 8 ).
Some Jews contend that Christians cite commandments from the Old Testament to support one point of view but then ignore other commandments of a similar class that are also of equal weight.
Some have interpreted this last point as an early expression of ' popular sovereignty ' – that government is contractual and that kings can be chosen by the community rather than by God alone.
Some researchers such as Brengelman ( 1970 ), have suggested that, in addition to this marking of word origin, these spellings indicate a more formal level of style or register in a given text, although Rollins ( 2004 ) finds this point to be exaggerated as there would be many exceptions where a word with one of these spellings, such as ⟨ ph ⟩ for ( like telephone ), could occur in an informal text.
Some sources define egalitarianism as the point of view that equality reflects the natural state of humanity.
Some chemical compounds are unstable in that, when shocked, they react, possibly to the point of detonation.
Some noted brass pedagogues prefer to instruct the use of the embouchure from a less analytical point of view.
Some sources indicate that Arden was Catholic based solely on the fact that she had, at one point, attended a Roman Catholic convent school.
Some truss rod systems, called " double action " truss systems, tighten both ways, allowing the neck to be pushed both forward and backward ( standard truss rods can only be released to a point beyond which the neck is no longer compressed and pulled backward ).
Some critics of intellectual property, such as those in the free culture movement, point at intellectual monopolies as harming health ( in the case of pharmaceutical patents ), preventing progress, and benefiting concentrated interests to the detriment of the masses, and argue that the public interest is harmed by ever expansive monopolies in the form of copyright extensions, software patents, and business method patents.
Some point out that such techniques may be the only way to provide rising standards of living without being stopped by pollution or by depletion of Earth's resources ( for example peak oil ).
Some scholars argue that the passage is an intrusion into the progression of Josephus ' text at the point in which it appears in the Antiquities and breaks the thread of the narrative.