Buddhist Economics

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Philosophy

 

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Robin L

 

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December 7, 2016

 

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University

 

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In modern Western Economics people strive to use the workplace to bolster their egocentredness even at the expense of others. Buddhists see the reduction of labor to meaningless unskilled movements as a soul-destroying attachment to goods and a greater concern with goods than with people. The statement that "if a man has no chance of obtaining work he is in a desperate position" seems at first to be a point of agreement between modern Western Economics and Buddhist Economics, but it is not...
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Buddhists see the reduction of labor to meaningless unskilled movements as a soul-destroying attachment to goods and a greater concern with goods than with people. The statement that "if a man has no chance of obtaining work he is in a desperate position" seems at first to be a point of agreement between modern Western Economics and Buddhist Economics, but it is not...
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