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Buddhism and Peace Theory : Exploring a Buddhist Inner Peace

  title={Buddhism and Peace Theory : Exploring a Buddhist Inner Peace},
  author={Juichiro Tanabe},
The main aim of Buddhism is to examine how human mind becomes a root cause of suffering and how it can be addressed. This paper explores how this analysis of the human mind develops inner peace. The analysis proposes inner peace as a non-dualistic peace based on the practice of multiple functions of mind– contemplative mind, a deep cognitive transformation framed by an interdependent, interpenetrating understanding of reality, and compassionate mind – in a synergistic way. Put different, inner… 

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