The Pragmatic Buddhist Approach to Politics and Economics

The Buddha told us to interrogate our beliefs and discard those that aren’t helpful. This advice could radically change our politics.

The Buddha was a pragmatist. You can see this in the structure of the Four Noble Truths. He starts by stating the problem, then gives the cause…

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Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.

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Aaron Ross Powell

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Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.

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