2011年7月11日星期一

第六章 佛教傳統中的肉類 2

Shravasti Dhammika, To EAT OR NOT TO EAT MEAT: A BUDDHIST REFLECTION

Chapter 6  Meat in the buddhist tradition

2. Some Mahayana texts advocate vegetarianism, although only a few, and all Chinese and Korean monks and nuns and the more devout lay people are usually strictly vegetarian. Many other Chinese and Korean lay people will be vegetarian at least on certain holy days. Vajrayana texts do not advocate abstaining from meat, indeed some specifically endorse and even encourage it. Vegetarianism is rare in Bhutan, Tibet, Mongolia and also in Japan.

達爾卡法師 著   伍煥炤 譯 :《吃肉還是不吃肉:佛教的反思》

第六章  佛教傳統中的肉類

2. 部份大乘佛經提倡素食主義,雖然數量很少。所有中國和韓國的比丘和比丘尼,以及較虔誠的信眾大多是嚴格的素食者。很多其他中國和韓國的信眾至少在某些宗教節日奉行素食。金剛乘的佛經沒有提倡戒除肉類,事實上一些更明確贊同,甚至鼓勵吃肉。素食主義在不丹、西藏、蒙古和日本都是罕見的。

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