Buddhism and violence
International Association of Buddhist Studies. Conference, Michael Zimmermann, Hui Ho Chiew, Philip Pierce, Lumbini International Research Institute
Lumbini International Research Institute, 2006 - Violence - 254 pages
Contributed articles presented at the 13th Conference of the International Association of Buddhist Studies held in Bangkok, Dec. 2002.
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