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How is the scene depicted in the seventh stage of Body of a Courtesan in Nine Stages of Decomposition related to the human and animal worlds positioned in Thangka depicting Bhavacakra (Wheel of Life)?
a) With animals eating the human corpse, it reverses the oppressed condition of the lower animal world on the Wheel of Life, where animals are devoured by humans.
b) It presents the same relationship as does the Wheel of Life, where humans must continually struggle to survive against attacks by wild beasts.
c) By identifying woman as the source of evil, it matches the lower order of females set by the Wheel of Life compared to the higher order of enlightened man.
d) By depicting a human becoming regenerating food for animals, it reinforces the superior position of animals set by the Wheel of Life.
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