Introducing Episode 33 – Buddhist Anarchism

Buddhist anarchism is something that has existed since the golden age of classical anarchism but has never solidified into anything resembling a movement, organization, or even a unified philosophy. Given the countless different definitions of, and sects within, both “anarchism” and “buddhism”, to use a label like “buddhist anarchism” can mean anything and everything. And for a few random weirdos out there throughout time and around the world, buddhist anarchism has meant a great deal.
So this week we will discuss buddhist anarchism, some ways to look at freedom and liberation as both an inner thing as well as a worldly thing, in both our personal lives as well as for all living beings (and maybe for our past and future lives as well).

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