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Karma means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect .... Many philosophical debates surrounding the concept are shared by the Hindu, Jain and Buddhist tra...

karma | Indian philosophy | Britannica.com

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Karma, Sanskrit karman (“act”), Pali kamma, in Indian religion and philosophy, the universal causal law by which good or bad actions determine the future ...

The Philosophy of Karma: The Laws and Accounts | bkdclasses

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Dec 26, 2011 ... The Philosophy of Karma stated in its most essential form is “As you sow, so shall you reap.” “Every action causes an equal and opposite ...

What Is Karma? - About the Karmic Law of Cause & Effect - Hinduism

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The law of cause and effect forms an integral part of Hindu philosophy. This law is termed as 'karma', which means to 'act'. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of ...

Karma - New World Encyclopedia

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Jun 4, 2014 ... The concept of karma in Indian philosophy and religion is inextricably ... Jainism and Buddhism regard karma as an impersonal force or law ...

Karma and rebirth, Indian conceptions of

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The combined beliefs in karma and rebirth, that is, the retributive power of actions ... premise of the great majority of India's religious and philosophical traditions.

Karma, Dharma & Moksa: Interpreting Indian philosophy

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Karma is a popular concept in contemporary western culture, often used in a simplistic form. Karma is, however, an elusive concept from Indian philosophy.

"Karma: The Law of Consequences" by Gertrude W. van Pelt

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This word and the idea which it imbodies are now quite commonly used in fiction and philosophy, cinema and drama. Karma is a law of unerring, never-failing ...

Theory of Karma - NARI

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Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning action. However it embraces the whole meaning of living. Thus according to Indian philosophy we are because of our Karma.

What is karma in Indian philosophy? - Quora

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KARMA= ACTIONS. PHALA= FRUIT. I will try to explain the Karma-Phala theory. I know the Sanskrit and Marathi words. Translation is a challenge. I am trying ...

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Basic Buddhism: The Theory of Karma - BuddhaNet

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The theory of Karma is a fundamental doctrine in Buddhism. ... important as it is, is only one of the twenty-four conditions described in Buddhist Philosophy.

Karma - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Dec 4, 2015 ... Karma is a Sanskrit word that primarily means 'action' but for South Asian Religions (and Philosophy) it is not limited to that as the term...

6. You Are What You Do: Karma | History of Philosophy without any ...

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Nov 28, 2015 ... The origins of the idea of karma, its moral significance in the ... Religion provides an impulse for tackling certain philosophical topics in certain ...