by Bob Isaacson and Norm Phelps
The following unabridged article was published in an abridged form in the Fall, 2011 edition of the Inquiring Mind. Bob Isaacson is a DVA founder. Norm Phelps is a DVA contributor.
Both the Theravada and Mahayana traditions teach the development of two qualities that are essential […]Continue Reading →
By Will Tuttle, Ph.D.
This piece is adapted by Dr. Will Tuttle himself from his best-selling book, The World Peace Diet. Dr. Tuttle is both a member and contributor to Dharma Voices for Animals.
Meditation is foundational to the Buddhist teachings, and is not seen as an exotic or specific […]Continue Reading →
From the Introduction to The Great Compassion by Norm Phelps (Lantern Books, 2004)
Buddhism ought to be an animal rights religion par excellence. It teaches the unity of all life; it holds kindness and compassion to be the highest virtues; and it explicitly includes animals in […]Continue Reading →
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