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In Buddhism, moral virtue is the foundation of the spiritual path, though a fixed attachment to ethical precepts is seen as a hindering ‘fetter’. Virtue generates freedom from remorse, and leads on through gladness and joy to meditative calm, insight and liberation. While this model of ethics as part of a ‘path’ predominates, it is modified in some Mahāyāna schools,...
2019-12-07 18:30:00
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