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Śīla is one of key three practises in Buddhism, a code of conduct that embraces self-restraint with …
December 11th, 2011 (December 12th, 2011)
Śīla is one of key three practises in Buddhism, a code of conduct that embraces self-restraint with a value on non-harming. It has been variously described as virtue, good conduct, morality, ethical behaviour... The appropriateness of an act is judged on the intention (rather than the action, or its result) and this applies to thought, words and deeds. If this sounds all good and pretty clear, the website of Philosophy Experiments might challenge such perception.
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