On the Moral Connotation of the Humanitarian Buddhism

Modern Philosophy 4:125-128 (2009)

Buddhism focuses on "life" and "world", unlike traditional Buddhism's main concern is "dead" and the "day room." Buddhism's ethical concern is first expressed in its traditional Buddhism "devil" and "god" of criticism on. In practice practice, Buddhism's ethical concern mainly pay more attention to the five precepts, Shi Shan and Mahayana Bodhisattva of mercy-oriented channel. Buddhism is the practice of morality, moral roots in compassion, mercy is Buddhism's basic code of ethics, moral values ​​it implies considerable universality. Five Precepts, Shi Shan and compassionate ethics are based on the origin of the empty Wisdom as a fundamental basis, making acts of compassion and the Buddhist world to distinguish acts of benevolence, making Buddhism the self-cultivation norms, ethical and moral concern with Buddhism its own characteristics
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