Joanna Macy

Joanna Macy is an environmental activist, author of eight books, and a scholar of Buddhism and deep ecology. Her latest book is Wild Love for the World: Joanna Macy and the Work of our Time, edited by Stephanie Kaza.


Buddhism Betrayed? Religion, Politics, and Violence in Sri Lanka

Buddhism Betrayed? Religion, Politics, and Violence in Sri Lanka Stanley Jeyaraja Tambiah University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 1992. 238 pp. $14.95 (paperback).     In the desperation sweeping our world today, religion plays an increasing role in civil conflict. Yet the case of Sri Lanka seems particularly, tragically puzzling. For this is Dhammadvipa, isle of the dharma, home of teachings that enshrine nonviolence. […]

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