Is Buddhism a religion?
In the first part of a new series, we examine why many consider Buddhist practices to be philosophical rather than religious
Buddhism as respite from the anxiety of orthodoxyMichael McGhee: Is Buddhism a religion, part 2 : Christianity and its need for 'believers' has profoundly shaped ideas about religious life
Humanism needs spirituality
Is Buddhism a religion?, part 3: Buddhists seek to discover the conditions for the possibility of wisdom and virtue
The Buddhist pursuit of self-knowledge
Is Buddhism a religion?, part 4: Bodhi is the condition of being awake. But is this a metaphor that can find human embodiment
What the luminous mind of the Buddha shows usIs Buddhism a religion?, part 5: The idea of awakening does not offer an escape from self, but a way to attend to its nature
Can values come from within?
Is Buddhism a religion, part 6: Secular humanism, Christianity and Buddhism have differing views about the source of human goodness
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