Buddhism and Human Rights (Routledge Critical Studies in by Wayne R. Husted,Damien Keown,Charles S. Prebish

By Wayne R. Husted,Damien Keown,Charles S. Prebish

it really is tricky to consider a extra pressing query for Buddhism within the past due 20th century than human rights. The political, moral and philosophical questions surrounding human rights are debated vigorously in political and highbrow circles through the international and now during this volume.

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