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Ewan Kingston’s Blog Post at EIA: “Engaged Buddhism, Anger, and Retribution”

Ewan Kingston is a PhD student in Philosophy at Duke University

Engaged Buddhism, Anger, and Retribution

“Many Western philosophers admit that Buddhism is a rich philosophy. It has a plausible theory of personal identity: the separate self is merely a conventional concept, which can become dangerously addictive.  It also contains a theory of wellbeing: the ideal state is the calm contentment that comes with realising one’s deep interconnections with the rest of the world.1 But can Buddhism make important contributions to the field of political philosophy?”‘

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