Talk:Engaged Buddhism

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Leaders[edit]

I don't think "leaders" is an appropriate term. The movement is a loose network of organisations and doesn't really have any leaders. "Influentual figures" or "respected figures" might be a better term to use. Davidreid 07:19, 29 January 2006 (UTC)

Some scholars regard socially engaged Buddhism as so new and significant that it ought to be considered as a fourth vehicle (Edelglass & Garfield, Buddhist Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 2009, page 373).

Sorry, forgot to sign that. Peter jackson (talk) 10:25, 19 June 2009 (UTC)