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Publisher: Univ of Hawaii Pr (May 1, 1991)
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A Philosophical Study. Authors: Reichenbach, Bruce. An examination of the law of karma approached as a philosophical thesis important in its own right and as a unifying concept within certain cal systems.
A Philosophical Study. price for USA in USD (gross). The author includes ideas expressed in the 20th century as well as those found in classical Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.
An examination of the law of karma approached as a philosophical thesis important in its own right and as a unifying concept within certain cal .
An examination of the law of karma approached as a philosophical thesis important in its own right and as a unifying concept within certain cal systems.
Bruce R. Reichenbach (Author). Bruce R. Reichenbach. The study investigates and critically evaluates the law of karma's connections to significant philosophical concepts like causation, freedom, God, persons, the moral law, liberation, and immortality. For example, it explores in depth the implications of the doctrine for whether we are free or fatalistically determined, whether human suffering can be reconciled with cosmic justice, the nature of the self, and the character of moral.
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90 bcl. Personal Name: Reichenbach, Bruce R. Publication, Distribution, et. Honolulu Introduction Metaphysical presuppositions of the Law of Karma The laws of Karma and causation Karma and fatalism Karma and the problem of evil Karma, causation and divine intervention Hinduism and the enduring self Buddhism, rebirth and the human person Karma, justice and motives for right action Transfer of merit and the law as juridical Karma and liberation.
Professor Emeritus The Law of Karma: A Philosophical Study. The Macmillan Press Ltd. and University of Hawaii Press, 1990.
Since I retired in 2011 after teaching philosophy for 43 years at Augsburg, I have fulfilled my desire to write and to teach as a volunteer in educational institutions in other parts the world. This book explores the important question whether we have a right to believe whatever we want, or whether we have an obligation to believe what is true. Introduction to Critical Thinking. The Law of Karma: A Philosophical Study. Evil and a Good God. Fordham University Press, 1982.
There are a number of ways to mine the rich concept of the law of karma. Though each way has its special resources and unique methods for treating the material, it is also true that each supplements the other. In the past decade, two approaches have been pursued effectively: the historical approach, with its reliance on carefully exegeting primary source materials, and the anthropological approach, with its descriptions of karma-associated practices and believer reports