Continuation of existance after death.
(The principle of) treating animals fairly.
Cyclical (view of human existance).
(The belief that) time has no beginning or end, and that the soul of human beings is reborn again and again.
Commonality (of all living beings).
(The belief that) all creatures are part of the same process of development.
(The view that) every event has a cause, which may also involve believing that human beings cannot have free will, as their choices and actions are caused.
Dominance (of human beings).
(The belief that) human beings have been given the right to exercise control over all other living beings.
(The belief that) the human will is free, so human beings can choose and act freely.
An excessive desire for things, such as wealth or food, which bears no relation to actual needs.
The future of human beings, or, what happens to them when they die.
Ignorance (in relation to wrong doing).
Not knowing, or understanding, the difference between right and wrong, or what makes actions wrong.
The idea that the soul lives on after the death of the body.
Judgement (by God).
The decision of God about the destiny of human beings.
Law of cause and effect (in relation to human acti
(The belief that) every human action has an automatic consequence.
Linear (view of human existance).
(The belief that) time has a beginning and an end, and that human beings live only once on Earth.
(The belief that) the real world is nothing more than the physical world.
Predestination (by God).
(The belief that) God has already decided the fate of human beings.
(The belief that) the soul is reborn into another body.
(The belief that) after death, the body stays in the grave until the end of the world, when it is raised.
Self-interest and concern with individual needs, or wants, which excludes considering those of others.
The spiritual or non-material part of a person.