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Title: Right Speech is Not Always Gentle (by Sallie B. King) - about justifying wrongs
Post by: Samana Johann on September 08, 2017, 06:17:59 am
Right Speech is Not Always Gentle (by Sallie B. King) - about justifying wrongs engaged Practice (http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,8200.msg13023.html#msg13023)

Right Speech Is Not Always Gentle: The Buddha’s Authorization of Sharp Criticism, its Rationale, Limits, and Possible Applications
Sallie B. King
Georgetown University



A discussion on an article published by so called "Journal of Buddhist Ethics"... and compared with the Buddhas approach of "Wisdom over Judgement (http://www.freesangha.com/forums/beginner's-buddhism/'wisdom-over-justice'-on-right-view-vs-thinking-in-manners-of-rights/msg89818/#msg89818)" in very practical style to be easier seen of what the different is.
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