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==Mission statement==
 
==Mission statement==
The purpose of this site is:
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The purpose of this online encyclopedia is to:
* To explain the basic concepts of Buddhism in a manner that is of interest to both the general public and Buddhist practitioners
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* Explain the basic concepts of Buddhism in a manner that is of interest to both the general public and Buddhist practitioners
* To respectfully and without bias present the distinctions between the major traditions within Buddhism
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* Respectfully and without bias present the distinctions between the major traditions within Buddhism
* To provide clear explanations of key Buddhist terms and concepts in a manner similar to the Abhidharma traditions of Buddhism
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* Provide clear explanations of key Buddhist terms and concepts in a manner similar to the Abhidharma traditions of Buddhism
  
 
==Copyright info==
 
==Copyright info==
 
* Unless otherwise stated within the article, all articles are subject to the Creative Commons license. See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
 
* Unless otherwise stated within the article, all articles are subject to the Creative Commons license. See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
 
* In some cases, individual articles may be copyrighted; in this case the copyright information will be included in the article itself.
 
* In some cases, individual articles may be copyrighted; in this case the copyright information will be included in the article itself.

Revision as of 01:44, 31 January 2018

About

This site is an online encyclopedia of Buddhism designed for both the general public and those with more specialized interest.

Mission statement

The purpose of this online encyclopedia is to:

  • Explain the basic concepts of Buddhism in a manner that is of interest to both the general public and Buddhist practitioners
  • Respectfully and without bias present the distinctions between the major traditions within Buddhism
  • Provide clear explanations of key Buddhist terms and concepts in a manner similar to the Abhidharma traditions of Buddhism

Copyright info

  • Unless otherwise stated within the article, all articles are subject to the Creative Commons license. See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
  • In some cases, individual articles may be copyrighted; in this case the copyright information will be included in the article itself.