Buddhism and Politics
The modern notions of religion and politics have no direct equivalent in ancient Indian thought and both are seen as manifestations of one underlying principle: dharma. 'The Buddhist religion' could equally well be thought of as translated as 'Buddhist morality' or 'the nature of things as taught by the Buddha'.
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