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Buddhist Moral Philosophy: An Introduction by Christopher W. Gowans

By: Gowans, Christopher W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Routledge 2015Description: 333p.ISBN: 9780415890670.Subject(s): Buddhist EthicsDDC classification: 294.35
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Part III: Buddhist Ethical Thought and Buddhist Moral Philosophy
1. The Teaching of The Buddha
2. The Development of Buddhism
3. What Is Buddhist Moral Philosophy?
4. Karma, Rebirth, Nirvana and other Topics: Some Skeptical Concerns

Part II: Theoretical Topics in Buddhist Moral Philosophy
5. Well-Being
6. Normative Ethics: Buddhist Ethics as a Theory of Right Action
7. Normative Ethics: Anti-Theoretical and Other Interpretations
8. Moral Objectivity
9. Moral Psychology
10. Freedom, Responsibility and Determinism

Part III: Practical Issues in Buddhist Moral Philosophy
11. Social Engaged Buddhism
12. Human Rights
13. Violence, War And Peace
14. Environmental Ethics

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