Socially Engaged Buddhism (with reference to Australian society)

by Phuong Thi Thu Ngo | 2012 | 44,050 words

Summary: In this essay, the concept of socially engaged Buddhism will be discussed with exclusive focus on Australia. The term Socially Engaged Buddhism refers to an active involvement by Buddhist members in society and its problems, practitioners in this nascent movement seek to actualize traditional ideals of wisdom and compassion. Also dealt with are the social and historical background of the advent of Buddhism in Australia along with Buddhist Cultures of Peace in Australian's Society.


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