The Buddha on Politics and Society

| March 20, 2017 | 1 Comment

Here I refer to Bhikkhu Bodhi’s new anthology, The Buddha’s Teachings on Social and Communal Harmony.

Please enjoy!

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Doug Smith

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Doug is Study Director of the Secular Buddhist Association. He has a PhD in Philosophy, with a minor in Buddhist philosophy and Sanskrit. In 2013 he completed the year-long Integrated Study and Practice Program with the BCBS and NYIMC. A long time scientific skeptic, he pursues a naturalized approach to practice. He is also interested in scholarship about the Tipiáš­aka, and the theoretical and historical origins of the dhamma. Some of his writing can be found at academia.edu.

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  1. Michael Finley Michael Finley says:

    Sounds like a nice anthology. I’ve long thought that Gotama’s general ethical teaching, perhaps particularly about character and relations with others, is what’s most relevant for engaged Buddhists & others today, more relevant than specific comments on politics & society. And that seems to put the emphasis in the same place.

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