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Ecodharma: a new Buddhist path?
Author Loy, David
Source Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies
Volumev.15
Date2020
Pages52 - 73
PublisherNalanda College of Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url http://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/cjbs
LocationToronto, Canada [多倫多, 加拿大]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
NoteAuthor affiliation: Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center
Keywordbodhisattva; dukkha; ecodharma; ecosattva; Lack Projects; progress
AbstractToday the climate emergency and other environmental challenges have become the most urgent issue that humanity faces – indeed, arguably the greatest problem that our species has ever faced. Traditional Buddhist texts do not address the types of ecological crises that confront us today, because they did not exist during the Buddha's time, nor were they problems for the other forms of Buddhism that developed afterwards in other Asian societies. Nevertheless, some Buddhist perspectives seem relevant to our situation. This article extrapolates from two teachings: a curious and perhaps quite significant parallel between our usual individual predicament and our present collective situation; and what that means for what is now being called the ecosattva (ecological bodhisattva) path.
Table of contentsIntroduction 53
The Same Problem? 54
Our Collective Predicament 56
A Collective Enlightenment? 64
The Ecosattva Path 67
Bibliography 72
ISSN1710825X (P); 17108268 (E)
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Created date2021.01.24



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