Write and submit a thoughtful, thorough, substantial essay, of at least 1500 words, in direct response to the assigned essay question below. The essay should have a focused and clear thesis statement, including your claim and several specific supporting points.
Draw directly upon our two Explorations for this module in carefully crafting your detailed response to the essay question.
In responding to the question, carefully review, reflect upon, and attempt to integrate material drawn from BOTH of this module’s Explorations.
Please, double-space your essay, and include your name at the top of its first page.
Be sure to duly CITE any additional outside sources you might also choose to draw upon in writing your essay (whether directly quoting from them, or merely paraphrasing from them).
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Review the Essay Rubric prior to submitting your assignment.
Compare and contrast Hinduism with Buddhism.
What elements or features or ideas do they share in common with each other?
What specific sorts of similarities seem to exist between them?
On the other hand, how (or in what specific ways) do they differ from each other?
What elements or features or ideas are unique to each one, making it distinctively different from the other?
On what points are these two faiths in agreement, and over which points do they differ?