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Humans in Buddhism (Sanskrit manuṣya, Pali manussa) are the subjects of an extensive commentarial literature that examines the nature and qualities of a human life from the point of view of humans' ability to achieve enlightenment. In Buddhism, humans are just one type of sentient being, that is a being with a mindstream. In Sanskrit Manushya means an Animal with a mind. In Sanskrit the word Manusmriti associated with Manushya was used to describe knowledge through memory. The word Muun or Maan means mind. Mind is collection of past experience with an ability of memory or smriti. Mind is considered as an animal with a disease that departs a soul from its universal enlightened infinitesimal behavior to the finite miserable fearful behavior that fluctuates between the state of heaven and hel

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  • Human beings in Buddhism
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  • Manushya est un terme bouddhiste qui désigne le royaume des humains dans la Cosmologie bouddhiste,, l'une des six sphères du Bhavacakra.
  • 人間界(にんげんかい、Skt:manuṣya)は、人間がいる世界のこと。
  • No xintoísmo, uma religião japonesa, o Ningenkai (人間界 Ningenkai?) é o mundo onde os humanos e os animais vivem. Do japonês que significa "Mundo dos Humanos" ou "Mundo dos Homens" que é usada para designar, na cultura japonesa, o lugar onde vivemos. A palavra ningen significa "homem, humano" e kai significa "mundo". Segundo a cultura japonesa, após morrermos temos entrada então no Reikai.
  • 在佛教術語中,人类(梵語:manuṣya,巴利語:manussa)稱爲人道、人趣(趨),是輪迴六道或五道之一。因居住在十界之第五,又稱爲人界,為六道中最適合修行之一道。
  • Humans in Buddhism (Sanskrit manuṣya, Pali manussa) are the subjects of an extensive commentarial literature that examines the nature and qualities of a human life from the point of view of humans' ability to achieve enlightenment. In Buddhism, humans are just one type of sentient being, that is a being with a mindstream. In Sanskrit Manushya means an Animal with a mind. In Sanskrit the word Manusmriti associated with Manushya was used to describe knowledge through memory. The word Muun or Maan means mind. Mind is collection of past experience with an ability of memory or smriti. Mind is considered as an animal with a disease that departs a soul from its universal enlightened infinitesimal behavior to the finite miserable fearful behavior that fluctuates between the state of heaven and hel
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  • July 2017
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  • Article hardly quotes any secondary sources, which makes the article seem like written from an insider's perspective. Secondary sources can help solve this, and can help establish context and reasoning. For what it is worth, I do think the contents are well written.
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  • Humans in Buddhism (Sanskrit manuṣya, Pali manussa) are the subjects of an extensive commentarial literature that examines the nature and qualities of a human life from the point of view of humans' ability to achieve enlightenment. In Buddhism, humans are just one type of sentient being, that is a being with a mindstream. In Sanskrit Manushya means an Animal with a mind. In Sanskrit the word Manusmriti associated with Manushya was used to describe knowledge through memory. The word Muun or Maan means mind. Mind is collection of past experience with an ability of memory or smriti. Mind is considered as an animal with a disease that departs a soul from its universal enlightened infinitesimal behavior to the finite miserable fearful behavior that fluctuates between the state of heaven and hell before it is extinguished back to its infinitesimal behavior. In Buddhism, humans have a very special status: only a human can attain enlightenment as a fully enlightened Buddha. Enlightenment as an arhat can be attained from the realms of the Śuddhāvāsa deities. A bodhisattva can appear in many different types of lives, for instance as an animal or as a deva. Buddhas, however, are always human.
  • Manushya est un terme bouddhiste qui désigne le royaume des humains dans la Cosmologie bouddhiste,, l'une des six sphères du Bhavacakra.
  • 人間界(にんげんかい、Skt:manuṣya)は、人間がいる世界のこと。
  • No xintoísmo, uma religião japonesa, o Ningenkai (人間界 Ningenkai?) é o mundo onde os humanos e os animais vivem. Do japonês que significa "Mundo dos Humanos" ou "Mundo dos Homens" que é usada para designar, na cultura japonesa, o lugar onde vivemos. A palavra ningen significa "homem, humano" e kai significa "mundo". Segundo a cultura japonesa, após morrermos temos entrada então no Reikai.
  • 在佛教術語中,人类(梵語:manuṣya,巴利語:manussa)稱爲人道、人趣(趨),是輪迴六道或五道之一。因居住在十界之第五,又稱爲人界,為六道中最適合修行之一道。
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