By Steven M. Emmanuel
A spouse to Buddhist Philosophy is the main finished unmarried quantity at the topic to be had; it deals the very most up-to-date scholarship to create a wide-ranging survey of an important principles, difficulties, and debates within the background of Buddhist philosophy.
- Encompasses the broadest therapy of Buddhist philosophy to be had, masking social and political inspiration, meditation, ecology and modern matters and applications
- Each part comprises overviews and state-of-the-art scholarship that expands readers knowing of the breadth and variety of Buddhist thought
- Broad assurance of themes permits flexibility to teachers in making a syllabus
- Essays offer useful substitute philosophical views on issues to these to be had in Western traditions
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