Buddhist and tantric perspectives on causality and society

Kang, Chris (2009) Buddhist and tantric perspectives on causality and society. Journal of Buddhist Ethics, 16 69-103.

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Author Kang, Chris
Title Buddhist and tantric perspectives on causality and society
Journal name Journal of Buddhist Ethics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1076-9005
Publication date 2009
Year available 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
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Volume 16
Start page 69
End page 103
Total pages 34
Editor Daniel Cozort
Barbra Clayton
Place of publication University Park, PA, United States
Publisher Department of History &Religious Studies Program, Pennsylvania State University
Language eng
Subject 2204 Religion and Religious Studies
Formatted abstract
This paper examines the articulation of causality from Buddhist and Indian Tantric perspectives, offering a potentially fresh look at this topic using epistemologies and insights outside the dominant Western paradigm. Reclaiming non-Western voices that analyze and intuit causality rooted in multidimensional modes of knowing reveals new possibilities about the nature of reality and enables integral transformative actions for emancipating human suffering. In particular, I examine the genealogy of early Buddhist, Buddhist Tantric, Sāṃkhya, and Hindu Tantric perspectives, with reference to relevant internal philosophical debates, to explicate alternative viewpoints on causality and their implications for society.
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