The Concept of Evil and Universalism in Taoism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism

In this podcast, we will explore the concept of evil and Universalism from an Eastern spiritual perspective. There is a common Western view that the concept of evil is a universal concept in all of the world’s spiritual traditions. This view began when Westerners started to translate Eastern spiritual scriptures through their own Western individualistic oriented cognition which is based on one life and not the Eastern view of many lives. Universalism essentially began with the Western cultural assumption that evil exists and is inherent within some individuals. But are Western cultural assumptions related to Eastern culture? Do they even exist in the East? Find out!

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