anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is similar to Hinduism, yet focuses more on the practice of nonviolence, or ahimsa, to the extent that the followers are vegetarians to avoid harming animals?
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anonymous
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Buddhism Jainism Confucianism Judaism
misssunshinexxoxo
  • misssunshinexxoxo
Which do you believe it is @SamuelEdge welcome to OS :)
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  • anonymous
@misssunshinexxoxo i believe it is Confucianism

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The principle of ahimsa is the most fundamental and well known aspect of Jainism.[7] In Jainism, killing any living being out of passions is hiṃsā (injury) and abstaining from such act is Ahiṃsā (noninjury or nonviolence).[8] The everyday implementation of ahiṃsā is more comprehensive than in other religions and is the hallmark for Jain identity.[9][10] Non-violence is practiced first and foremost during interactions with other human beings, and Jains believe in avoiding harm to others through actions, speech and thoughts.[11] In addition to other humans, Jains extend the practice of nonviolence towards all living beings. As this ideal cannot be completely implemented in practice, Jains recognize a hierarchy of life, which gives more protection to humans followed by animals followed by insects followed by plants. For this reason, vegetarianism is a hallmark of Jain practice, with the majority of Jains practicing lacto-vegetarianism. If there is violence against animals during the production of dairy products, veganism is also encouraged (see Jain vegetarianism). After humans and animals, insects are the next living being offered protection in Jain practice with avoidance of intentional harm to insects emphasized. For example, insects in the home are often escorted out instead of killed. Intentional harm and the absence of compassion make an action more violent per Jainism. B is the best option
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