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Avoiding Unintended Harm to the Environment and the Buddhist Ethic of Intention
作者 Harvey, Peter
出處題名 Journal of Buddhist Ethics
卷期v.14
出版日期2007
出版者Department of History &Religious Studies Program , The Pennsylvania State University
出版者網址 http://history.psu.edu
出版地University Park, PA, US
資料類型期刊論文=Journal Article
使用語言英文=English
關鍵詞佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛教倫理學=Buddhist Ethics
摘要This paper reflects on how the mainly intention-based ethics of Buddhism relates to issues of causing unintended harm across a range of issues of relevance to environmental concern, such as species protection, resource depletion and climate change. Given our present knowledge, is environmental concern to be seen as morally obligatory for a Buddhist or only a voluntary positive action? Writers sometimes simply assume that Buddhist ethics are supportive of the full range of environmental concerns, but this needs to be critically argued. The paper reflects on a range of principles of traditional Buddhist ethics, both Theravāda and Mahāyāna, and concludes that, in the present world context, Buddhist considerations urge not only that we should not deliberately harm any living being, but that we should also look after the biosphere-home that we share with other beings, by using our knowledge of unintended effects of our actions to modify our behavior, and that we should act positively to benefit others beings, human and non-human, and enhance their supportive environment. The paper also considers issues such as Buddhism's attitude to wild nature, industrialization and "progress."
ISSN10769005 (E)
點閱次數1805
建檔日期2007.08.23
更新日期2017.07.13










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