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The Jain tradition teaches that there is an interdependence of perception, knowledge, and conduct unified by an axiomatic principle of non-violence in thought, speech, and action. In this way, non-violence defines the core of the Jain tradition, which has had a profound effect on other dharmic traditions originating in India. This book enables the reader to enjoy a comprehensive journey into the intricate world of Jain thought and culture in a way that is philosophical in its compelling rationality, deeply spiritual in its revelations, yet accessible in its language.
Jeffery D. Long | Elizabethtown College, PA.
Christopher Miller | Loyola Marymount Univ., LA
Cogen Bohanec | GTU | Co-Editor, Contemplative Studies in Jainism, Routledge 2020
A light vegan lunch will be served.