John Cage and Buddhist Ecopoetics. Allan Hunt Badiner, 14— Rockefeller and John C. The Paramitas from a Zen Buddhist Perspective. Jain Vishva Bharati Institute, The Doctrine of Karma in Jain Philosophy. Tohoku Daigaku Bungakubu, JIP, 4 Centers, Organizations, and Temples.
Environmental Philosophy and Ethics in Buddhism. To Cherish All Life: Similarly, GlasenappJainiand Dundas all provide excellent overviews of the Jain tradition, with at least some cross reference to Hinduism.
Bear and Company, The Ordination of a Tree: Cambridge University Press, Essays on Buddhism and Non-Violence. After this, Ashoka stopped giving orders for executions.
Harvard Center for the Study of World Religions, Buddhist Publication Society, An Approach to Political and Social Activism. Toward an Environmental Ethic in Southeast Asia.
Kluwer Academic Press, Religious Perspectives on the Use of Animals in Science, ed. Allan Hunt Badiner, — Jain Heritage—Then, Now, and Forever: A Case Study in Nan Province.
Living As If Nature Mattered. A Philosophic Perspective, East and West.
University Press of America, Badiner, Allan Hunt, ed. A Survey with Bibliographical Notes.
Essays on Buddhism and Nonviolence, ed. Religion and Ecology in India and Southeast Asia. A Partially Annotated Bibliography. Bibliographies on the Net [A list of on-line religious bibliographies. Bibliography of Indian Philosophies: Environment, Culture, Religion 10, no. This work pays slightly more attention to Jainism than the other two introductions to Hinduism mentioned here.
Bhatt, Ami and Sahil Parikh. Jain Society of Metropolitan Chicago London and New York: Religious Reflection and Environmental Consciousness, ed.Chapple, Christopher Key, ed. Jainism and Ecology: Nonviolence in the Web of Life (Cambridge: Harvard University Press), Cort, John E. “Models of and for the Study of the Jains.” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 2, Introduction.
For approximately 2, years, Hinduism and Jainism have coexisted in South Asia, leading to a long history of interaction and mutual influence, particularly in the areas of philosophy and mythology.
Jainism and Ecology Bibliography Bibliography by: Christopher Key Chapple, Loyola Marymount University Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.
Flugel, Peter. Review of Jainism and Ecology: Non-Violence in. Bibliography. Christopher Key Chapple Loyola Marymout University. View an annotated PDF version of this bibliography.
Ahimsa: Nonviolence. Buddhism and Jainism are two ancient Indian religions that developed in Magadha (Bihar region) and continue to thrive in the modern times. Mahavira and Gautama Buddha are generally accepted as contemporaries (circa 5th century BCE).
Bibliography - Part 1. Buddhism and Ecology Bibliography Chris Ives, Stonehill College and Duncan Ryuken Williams, Trinity College View a PDF version of this bibliography.Download