Embryo as Person: Buddhism, Bioethics and Society
Posted December 29, 2014 7:49 PM
This is a collection of Toronto Star Columns written by the Author. Among the topics covered are Abortion, Celebacy, Cloning, Death and dying, Euthanasia, Homosexuality, Meditatio, Organ donation, Sex, soul, etc. 

My attempt in each of these short pieces is to give the reader a quick glance at the thorny socio-ethical issues of the day, from abortion to homosexuality, from the perspective of the Buddhadhamma (Buddha’s Teachings). All but three written for the Toronto Star, they have been pulled together here for the primary reason that there isn’t much written in the area, and certainly not within a Canadian context. In putting them together, an attempt has been made to provide some of the contexts the reader may not be familiar with. It is our hope that you will find the material both useful and relevant. Sharing them with others would be a meritorious act. Download the article below..

https://www.academia.edu/8970828/Embryo_as_Person_Buddhism_Bioethics_and_Society


Blog Author: PROF. SUWANDA H. J. SUGUNASIRI, BA (London), MA (Pennsylvania), MA, MEd, PhD (Toronto)
Born Sri Lanka in 1936, and coming to the US on a Fulbright-Smith Mundt Scholarship in 1964, he has been in Canada since 1967, except for a brief stay of 2 years, on the faculty of Vidyodaya University, Sri Lanka. Earning his doctorate in Canada, he has taught at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at University of Toronto, the Faculty of Education of University of Toronto, Trinity College and in Continuing Education. Founder of Nalanda College of Buddhist Studies (Canada) (1999), and of the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies (2005), he has been a spokesperson for Buddhism in Canada.

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