This Introduction starts by discussing the aim of the book which is to provide a systematic, philosophical exploration of the nature of Buddhist ethics, drawing on sources from South Asia and Tibet. The book aims to be a contribution to the history of philosophy by exploring the importance Buddhist texts have to the conversation of contemporary ethics.
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