Budhism Essay

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budhism





The Ethical Dimensions of:
Buddhism




The Ethical Dimensions of:
Buddhism




























Outline

I. Introduction
a. What is ethics?
b. What is global ethics?
c. Purpose of Buddhism regarding ethics and global ethics?
II. Buddhism
a. Description of Buddhism
i. What is it?
ii. Where did it originate?
iii. When did it originate?
iv. How did it originate?
b. Perspective
i. What is ethical within Buddhism?
1. What makes Buddhism similar or different from other religions?
ii. How does Buddhism approach global ethics?
1. Is it the same or different from other religions?
III. Conclusion
a. My viewpoint
i. To act ethically within Buddhism means…
ii. Do all religions have a common (global) ethics?





The Ethical Dimensions of:
Buddhism




























Outline

I. Introduction
a. What is ethics?
b. What is global ethics?
c. Purpose of Buddhism regarding ethics and global ethics?
II. Buddhism
a. Description of Buddhism
i. What is it?
ii. Where did it originate?
iii. When did it originate?
iv. How did it originate?
b. Perspective
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