Buddhism sees moral evil as unwholesome, unskilful, with unfortunate results, evil/ barren, springing from greed, hatred, and delusion fed by unwise attention, dogmatic views, and also fear. 'Buddha', the 'Awakened One' or 'Enlightened One', is a title applied to Siddhattha Gotama who lived and taught in north-east India, and recent scholarship assesses his dates as around 484–404 bce. The Buddha taught that past rebirths were innumerable and that the process of 'wandering on' (samsara) from life to life would continue indefinitely if nothing was done about it. The Buddha's teachings focused on the existential problem of suffering. Buddhism sees affective and cognitive faults as feeding into each other: misperception of the nature of reality leads to unskilful mind-states and actions, and mental agitation makes it more difficult to see things as they truly are.