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The Nature of Buddhist Ethics
Author Bruck, M. V. (著) ; Keown, D. (著)
Source ThLZ=Theologische Literaturzeitung
Volumev.128 n.5
Publisher Url
LocationWashington, DC, US [華盛頓, 哥倫比亞特區, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Note資料來源:OCLC ArticleFirst資料庫; Theologische Literaturzeitung 改名前的題名/was called:Theologisches Literaturblatt (Leipzig, Germany)
Keyword佛教倫理學=Buddhist Ethics
AbstractKeown (Indian religion,U. of London) argues against the prevailing view that in Buddhism,ethics takes second place to the attainment of knowledge. Drawing from both early and later schools of Buddhism,and from the Aristotelian tradition of ethics, he reviews such familiar concepts as karma, nirvana, and the Eightfold Path, from a new perspective. Of interest to readers with a background in Buddhism or in comparative religious ethics.
Created date2003.11.07
Modified date2022.04.07

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