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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of King Suddhodana, and called Gautama Buddha.
    • stated, the last of these was Gautama Buddha.
    • According to the Indian philosophical outlook, Gautama Buddha, up
    • Thus did Gautama Buddha rise to the full dignity
    • must be clearly understood. Gautama realized that in the great
    • Bodhisattva-Gautama. Gautama was possessed of a higher wisdom
    • character.’ At first the great Gautama did not fully grasp
    • Gautama and led him directly to that sublime enlightenment known
    • enlightenment that the thought came to Gautama that the teachings
    • caused Gautama to exclaim: — ‘Only liberation from
    • transcendent state which Gautama Buddha has designated
    • himself, nor Buddhism, can be properly understood. When Gautama
    • of which has nearly set; but with the advent of Gautama it shone

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