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Look back at the introduction for this lesson and re-read Karl Jasper’s comment on the “axial age.” Was there such an axial age? Why or why not?
Do Buddhism, Judaism, and Confucianism share characteristics in common that set them off from earlier Egyptian, Mesopotamian, or other religious traditions? Use the sources to answer this question by comparing and contrasting these specific systems of religio-philosophical thought and tradition.
This title is part of the series: FROM GOD-KINGS TO WORLD RELIGIONS
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