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Buddhismus a rostliny: rostliny v rpoměnách buddhistické ontologie a etiky

Buddhism and plants: plants in the course of Buddhist ethics and onthology

The article presents different attitudes of Buddhist ethics and onthology towards plants in the course of the long history of the Doctrine from its beginings to contemporary teachers. To demonstrate the broader context and trace possible sources of Buddhist thought on this matter, pre-Buddhist Indian traditions and Jainism are also discussed. The main aim is to tackle the question whether plants h…