Buddhist Approach to Ethical Transformation

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This book explores the ideals and principles of Buddhism, focusing on happiness, peace, and permanence. It highlights the importance of personal relationships over material wealth for true happiness. It critiques Western economics, which prioritizes self-centeredness and consumerism, and instead promotes caring relationships and generosity. It advocates for nonviolent means of achieving peace and emphasizes the need for reducing consumption and production for ecological sustainability. The book is available in English, has 225 pages, and is published by Springer. It supports text-to-speech and screen reading capabilities, and has enhanced typesetting.


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