|Title:||Benefit of Self and Other: The Importance of Persons and their Self-Interest in Buddhist Ethics
|Authors:||Stephen L. Jenkins||Keywords:||svaparārtha;compassion;selflessness;Buddhist ethics;自他義;悲憫;無私;佛教倫理||Issue Date:||Jun-2015||Publisher:||法鼓文理學院||Journal:||法鼓佛學學報||Journal Issue:||16||Journal Pages:||129-162||Abstract:||“Self and other” themes, [including benefit, interest, protection, goal, exchange, sameness,] demonstrate the centrality of distinct beings and their self-interest and undermine the idea that selflessness or emptiness are keys to understanding Buddhist ethics. Self and other benefit are interrelated in a productive paradox, in which compassion benefits the compassionate.||URI:||http://172.27.2.131/handle/123456789/296||ISSN:||1996-8000|
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