discuss: The Buddha was known to have said that if women had been allowed into the Sangha from the start,…

discuss: The Buddha was known to have said that if women had been allowed into the Sangha from the start,…. discuss: The Buddha was known to have said that if women had been allowed into the Sangha from the start,….

I’m trying to study for my Philosophy course and I need some help to understand this question.

Please discuss the following prompt: The Buddha was known to have said that if women had been allowed into the Sangha from the start, the impact of the Dharma would have only lasted half as long. What do you think he meant by this? Do you think the Buddha was against women, or were there other factors that the Buddha was addressing?

Mini Essays of approximately 500 words (about 2 pages double spaced). you will be given a fairly general prompt for you to base your essay, with the intention that you will find a more specific thread tailored to your own interests to fit within the theme of the promp. In your essays, I would like you to use at least two different peer reviewed sources to help substantiate your points. One of the sources should come from one of the assigned readings, and I would like at least one other source to come from outside our course texts. There are some great resources out there to help you find appropriate peer-reviewed source material. When providing these sources, you must use the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS or Chicago Style).

use the information from

1- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGqSJAT7UlE&feature=youtu.be

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discuss: The Buddha was known to have said that if women had been allowed into the Sangha from the start,…

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