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Buddhism and Ecology
Author Batchelor, Martine Fages ; Brown, Kerry
PublisherSterling Pub Co Inc
Content type書籍=Book
Keyword佛教生態學=Buddhist Ecology;
AbstractBuddhism exists in many different forms in many different countries. In this book Buddhists from Japan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Tibet and the West offer their approaches to ecology and tell of practical activities as well as Buddhist teachings and philosophy. Stories, pictures and poems add to the picture of Buddhism and ecology and the book concludes with a message from the Dalai Lama. The book provides: new ideas and ways of thinking for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike; a resource for group discussions and study in colleges and schools. Martine Batchelor is a Zen Buddhist nun in Korea. She translated The Korean Way of Zen and has recently completed The Bottomless Boat: The Zen Journey of Two Women. She now lived in Britain and leads meditation retreats in England and Europe. Kerry Brown is a New Zealander and former journalist. She now lives in Britain and works as Religious consultant for the World Wide Fund for Nature. She is co-author of the educational scheme Life Notes: World Music and the Environment.
Created date2004.08.13

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