Buddhist perspectives on society and culture


Buddhist perspectives on
society and culture

What the world most needs: True Individuals 

Advayacitta interviews Ratnaguna on the importance of individuality, especially in this moment of political polarisation, identity politics, and intolerance of views other than one’s own.

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Ratnaguna looks at instances from ancient texts of the Buddha debating, and draws out lessons that we can learn from him.
The first article in a series on Sangharakshita's magnum opus A Survey of Buddhism.
The Buddha was aware of the dangers of engaging in debates, and he had some observations about how to conduct discussions.
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