Buddhist Environmental Ethics Explained

4.5 out of 5

This book explores the metaphysical foundation of environmental ethics in Buddhism. Written by a Buddhist philosophy teacher, it offers doctrinal foundations for developing Buddhist environmental ethics. While not presenting a comprehensive body of Buddhist environmental ethics, it delves deeper into the foundations and demonstrates how to establish environmental ethics within the framework of Buddhism. The book addresses moral dilemmas that inevitably arise in developing any environmental ethics, including those rooted in Buddhism. It is available in English, has a file size of 805 KB, and offers features such as text-to-speech, screen reader support, and enhanced typesetting. The book has a print length of 53 pages.


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