a Buddhist man, killed, does this conforms with the principles set? – Studypool

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There is a story of a Buddhist monk who was on a ship with a maniac who was killing everyone on board. The monk eventually decided to kill the man in order to prevent further harm of others on board. Do you think this conforms with the principles set out in Buddhism? Why or why not? How do you think karma and compassion come into play in this story?

– using couple quotes from the book, Buddhism Workbook. REL S 338: Student Workbook, (2nd Edition) 2018. pages 19-63

– one journal article from the website, https://www.jstor.org

– Chicago style


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