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    Wu Wei and its application in Taoist ecological practice 

    Dai, Wei (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
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    Rethinking the discourses on African identity in the light of religious fundamentalism in Nigeria 

    Okafor, Jude Chukwuebuka (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
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    Christianity and Thai Culture 

    Warayuth Sriwarakuel (Washington, D.C. : The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2009)
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    Teaching philosophy and the Buddhist way of learning 

    Warayuth Sriwarakuel (Moscow : Progress-Tradition, 2010)

    The Buddhist way of learning is composed of four natural stages: listening, speaking, thinking, and doing. These four stages lead to three kinds of wisdom: (1) Sutamaya-pacca, wisdom resulting from listening to others, (2) Cintamaya-pacca, wisdom resulting from one's own reflection, and (3) Bhavanamaya-pacca, wisdom resulting from doing or practice. Teaching philosophy according to the Buddhist context, therefore, will begin with "love of wisdom" and end with "wisdom of love"
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