Year: 1998 Source: Journal of Law and Religion, v.XIII, no.2, (1998-99), p.413-416 SIEC No: 20040225

The author comments on an earlier article by D Keown, arguing that the Buddhist perspective of end-of-life issues which Keown presents is only one possible interpretation, & that because there are plural systems of Buddhist ethics rather than a single one, there could be variable authentic Buddhist views on end-of-life issues. The intricacies of Keown’s arguments are briefly explored & commented upon.