Contemporary Buddhist Ethics
Psychology Press, 2000 - Philosophy - 217 pages
An examination of a range of contemporary moral issues from a Buddhist perspective. Six chapters address specific issues in applied ethics - human rights, ecology, abortion, euthanasia and business practice, and two chapters explore the sources, nature and classification of Buddhist ethics.
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Chapter One Buddhism and the Virtues
Chapter Two From Monastic Ethics to Modern Society
Chapter Three Buddhism and Human Rights
Chapter Four Buddhism and Animal Rights
Chapter Five Buddhism and Ecology
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