Human society in Buddhist ethics

Authors

  • satawat kittipalo
  • Phrakhruvinaithon Charoen Thantachitto

Keywords:

Human society, Buddhist, Ethics Interaction

Abstract

  Human society in Buddhist ethics It refers to the principles of behavior related to human life that live together in society. Humans interact with each other in everyday life. Have relationships with each other in various organizations, both public and private sectors. Humans are social animals, communicating with each other since the smallest institution of society is the family institution. Until the largest of society is the national institution People will live happily in that society. Must be a person who has good behavior, morals, ethics in the heart Having the principles of practice in life That is to behave correctly and suit your status. Which is the main principle of Buddhist practice for the peace of the society as a whole Which leads to further action of the Buddhist principles

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Published

2021-12-30

How to Cite

Kittipalo ศ. ., & khangkham เ. . (2021). Human society in Buddhist ethics. Mahamakut Graduate School Journal, 19(2), 186–199. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/mgsj/article/view/255826

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Academic Articles