Ethical Role of Buddhology in Team Learning

Zhenquan Lu

Abstract


For human kinds to thoroughly change their developmental direction, they have to publicize another subjectivity. New development should strive for harmony of three levels: 1. ecological harmony, in which they should strive for harmonious existence with other species; 2. personal harmony, in which they should strive for peace within human community; 3. mind-set harmony, in which they should strive for harmony of sense, will and emotion in an individual’s soul. The broad and profound doctrines in Buddhology’s Eight Consciousness are transferred into the four wisdoms. Namely, to think comprehensively with a state of “Great Perfect Mirror Wisdom”; to surpass oneself with “Wisdom of Accomplishment”; to build a shared vision with “Wisdom of Discrimination”; to train the ethical role of team learning with “Wisdom of Equality” in ecological harmony, especially in personal harmony and mind-set harmony development, which, without doubt, has a positive leading effect.

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