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Buddhism and violence.



9783895005459

Buddhism and violence.

International Association of Buddhist Studies Conference (13th: 2002: Bangkok, Thailand) Ed. by Michael Zimmermann.

Lumbini International Research Institute

2006

254 pages

$45.00

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There is no overall study of Buddhism and violence, but there is a growing number of studies on specific cases, and the eight papers here contribute to that number in hopes that a general analysis will be undertaken at some point. European and North American North American

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