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Title: The Helping Amelioration in Theravada Buddhist Philosophy
Authors: พระมหาขวัญชัย, เหมประไพ,ดร.
Keywords: Helping
Theravada Buddhist Philosophy
Issue Date: Aug-2560
Publisher: วารสารนวัตกรรมการศึกษาและการวิจัย ปีที่ 1ฉบับที่ 2 พฤษภาคม –สิงหาคม2560
Citation: TCI 2
Abstract: The Helping Amelioration in Theravada Buddhist Philosophy ปีที่ 1 ฉบับที่ 2 (2017): พฤษภาคม - สิงหาคม วารสารนวัตกรรมการศึกษาและการวิจัย ปีที่ 1ฉบับที่ 2 พฤษภาคม –สิงหาคม2560 วารสารนวัตกรรมการศึกษาและการวิจัย ISSN: 2730-1672 (Online) Theravada Buddhist philosophy offers indiscrimination to solve the problem of selfishness through building mental equality. The Most Venerable Phra Phrom Kunaporn (PA Payutto) has called it “compromisation” - a process of reducing our own needs and that of the others to the level of the mutual agreeableness. This is through enacting regulations with the aim of human development rather than mental coercion. As a result, it leads to helping others without Lobha (greed), Dosa (hatred), and Moha (delusion) or Akusala-mula (unwholesome roots) Consequently, helps in Buddhist philosophy is to develop through three development perspectives, i.e. 1) Sañña (perception)- it is possible to help under dogmas such as laws, disciplines, mores and common practices coded as the cornerstone one must not infringe without prior common agreement and consensus. 2) Viññana (consciousness) - helps which is ministration emphasizing righteousness in accordance with Dhamma and not for oneself and anyone else. 3) Pañña (wisdom) - helps under prudence which are not just only supporting Dhamma or promoting righteousness but also enabling the persons under assistance to achieve self-development through self-reliance rather than leaving them forever awaiting helps from other people.
ISSN: 2730-1672 (Online)
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