Everyone is concerned with ethical issues. Whether the ethics of our leaders, ourselves or our friends, we are deeply concerned. However contemporary society has brought diverse cultures into proximity and questioned the truth of traditional values. So can there be an ethical system without reference to an absolute authority or is behaviour simply to be governed by personal preference? What is the Buddhist approach to ethics?
With humour and energy Nagabodhi speaks on this issue through anecdote and the exploration of Buddhist ideas.
This is the third talk of seven in the 1996 Sangharakshita Lectures: ‘Buddhism for a postmodern world’.
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