Buddhism and Human Rights

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CONTRIBUTORS
David Bubna-Litic is a Lecturer in the School of Management, in the Business Faculty at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is a long time meditator and is a student of Zen Buddhism under John Tarrant Roshi of the California Diamond Sangha. He is a doctoral candidate in Social Ecology at the University of Western Sydney. His research interests include postmodern perspectives on business strategy, Buddhist practice at work, socially engaged Buddhism. He is also interested in exploring Buddhist epistemology in the Academic research endevours.
Santipala Stephen Evans is adjunct professor of philosophy at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and is a founder and director of Buddhist Community Services. He has been active in peace and justice organizing, especially among military veterans. He has studied and taught Dhamma and Abhidhamma under supervision of Thai scholar monks at Wat Buddhawararam of Denver where he also conducts weekly services. Mr. Evans holds the diploma in Dhamma and Abhidhamma from the YMBA of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Jay Garfield is Professor and Head of the Philosophy Department at the University of Tasmania. Prior to that he was Professor of Philosophy at Hampshire College. In 1990-91 he was a Visiting Senior research Scholar at the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies (in India). He is the author of Belief in Psychology, Cognitive Science: An Introduction and The Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way. He has published in journals such as Philosophy East and West, and is spending the 1996-97 academic year in India.
Soraj Hongladarom is an assistant professor of philosophy at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. His research interests include problems in epistemology, philosophy of language, as well as the problems arising from attempts to justify human rights in non-Western contexts. His book, written in Thai and entitled Horizons of Philosophy: An Investigation into the Directions of Philosophy in Thailand is forthcoming with Chulalongkorn University Press.
Wayne Husted has degrees in South Asian Studies (M.A.) and South Asian Religions (Ph.D.) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He taught in the Religious Studies Program at Penn State University for five years and for the past two years has been supervising the Center for Computational Biology, a resource facility of the Life Sciences Consortium at Penn State. He is also Technical Editor of the online Journal of Buddhist Ethics.

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