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The Application of Buddhist Ethics to Thai Society
Author Changkhwanyuen, Preecha (著) ; Evans, Bruce (譯)
Source The Chulalongkorn Journal of Buddhist Studies
Volumev.1 n.2
Date2002
Pages75 - 92
Publisherศูนย์พุทธศาสน์ศึกษา จุฬาลงกรณ์ มหาว ทยาลัย=Centre for Buddhist Studies, Chulalongkorn University
Publisher Url http://www.cubs.chula.ac.th/
LocationBangkok, Thailand [曼谷, 泰國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
AbstractIn this approach to applying Buddhist ethics to Thai society, I would like to divide social problems into four main kinds: problems of the social system; problems of the political system; problems of the economic system; and problems of the educational system. The discussion will center on approaches to be taken. As for the actual logistics of whether it can be done, how it can be done, and how far it can be done, these are matters that sociologists, political scientists, economists and educationists would be far better equipped to see than the author, and in actually putting these ideas into practice more detailed data and more earnest study will be required. The author does not guarantee that this approach is truly right and good, but he does assert that these are indeed his beliefs, and that they seem to be good at this time.

The four problems under discussion will stress different areas of conflict that have arisen in society: the discussion of problems of the social system will deal with the conflict between materialism and spiritualism; the discussion of problems of the political system will deal with the conflict between democracy and communism; the discussion of problems of the economic system will deal with the conflict between solving economic problems at the system and solving them at the individual; the discussion of problems of the education system will deal with whether or not the use of the philosophy of pragmatism in Thailand conflicts with Buddhism. In all four problems, I will show what course of action would be appropriate for Thailand in the light of Buddhist ethics.
Table of contents1. Problems of the social system 75
1.1. People and resources 76
1.2 People and people 80
2. Problems of the political system 82
2.1 Freedom 84
2.2 Law 85
2.3 Equality 85
2.4 Science and technology 87
3. Problems of the economic system 87
4. Problems with the education system 89
ISSN22291229 (P)
Hits137
Created date2016.07.11
Modified date2022.03.11



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