Buddhists themselves. Moral judgments were not invented or imposed on Buddhism by colonialism. Evaluation is necessarily implied by the fact that Buddhism, from the outset, has always been deeply moral. It is and has always been an exemplary path and
So What Is the Anthropology of Buddhism About?
David N. Gellner
Theology, Everyday Religion, and Anthropological Theory
with reflexive moral judgment with their conviction that the revival is, as it were, always as young and new as it ever was, I think we have the right tools for unpacking Jüngel's notion of an ‘experience with experience’ and making explicit its