Translation for 'Enlightenment' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an enlightenment | enlightenments
SYNO Age of Reason | enlightenment | Enlightenment | ...
Enlightenment {noun}
Просвещение {ср}
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Translation for 'Enlightenment' from English to Bulgarian

Enlightenment {noun}
Просвещение {ср}ист.фил.
Usage Examples English
  • Peter Harvey has written that Buddha attained enlightenment, or awakening at age c.35, and final nirvana on his death.
  • "Buddha's Path of Enlightenment" (1929) is of a Buddha atop a high mountain.
  • In modern period, Diafotismos (Greek: Διαφωτισμός, "enlightenment", "illumination") was the Greek expression of the Age of Enlightenment and its philosophical and political ideas.
  • 'Jyoti' means the light or enlightenment in this context. 'Sar' means the core. Hence, 'Jyotisar' means 'core meaning of light' or 'ultimately of God' i.e. the 'essence of enlightenment'.
  • Shillam's aluminium sculpture 'Enlightenment' showed three symbolic figures reaching towards the rays of the sun, representing 'the dissemination of enlightenment to mankind - the function of a library as an instrument of enlightenment'.

  • In the Sutta Pitaka's Samyutta Nikaya, the bojjhangas refer to wholesome, mundane factors "leading to" enlightenment.
  • Again, experiences of makyō vary in form, and many Zen teachers do not recognize such experiences as signs of enlightenment.
  • On 1 November, the 1st to 10th Mine Warfare Forces were formed with minesweepers belonging to each route enlightenment corps under the control of the district corps, and were incorporated into each route enlightenment corps.
  • Salvation overwhelmed enlightenment (...), or national salvation crushed enlightenment, the country's salvation suffocated the enlightenment, is a viewpoint put forward by Li Zehou in the mid-1980s in an article entitled "Double Variation on Enlightenment and National Salvation".
  • The Hungarian enlightenment arrived, via Vienna, about fifty years after the Western European enlightenment.

  • The authors take 'enlightenment' as their target including its 18th-century form – which we now call 'The Enlightenment'.
  • In Zen Buddhism two main views on the way to enlightenment are discernible, namely sudden and gradual enlightenment.
  • A bodhisattva is one who has attained enlightenment and has chosen to stay on earth and spread his knowledge of enlightenment to others so that they too can gain enlightenment.
  • Spiritual warrior, "illuminated heart and valiant one", "enlightenment hero", "one who aspires for enlightenment" or, "heroic being" has been defined as a bodhisattva.
  • Zongmi tried to harmonize the different views on the nature of enlightenment.

  • 2030-PS: "Decree Concerning the Duties of the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda of June 1933" stated that: "The Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda has jurisdiction over the whole field of spiritual indoctrination of the nation, of propagandizing the State, of cultural and economic propaganda, of enlightenment of the public at home and abroad; furthermore, he is in charge of the administration of all institutions serving these purposes".
  • The Modern Greek Enlightenment ([...] , "Diafotismos", "enlightenment," "illumination"; also known as the Neo-Hellenic Enlightenment) was the Greek expression of the Age of Enlightenment.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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