Buddhist Agreements

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The description of the first commandment can be interpreted as a prohibition on the death penalty. [8] Suicide is also considered part of the prohibition. [104] In addition, abortion (a sentient being) is contrary to the imperative, because in the case of an abortion, the criteria for injury are all met. [97] [105] In Buddhism, human life is understood to begin with conception. [106] The ban on abortion is explicitly mentioned in monastic rules, and several Buddhist stories warn of the harmful karmic consequences of abortion. [107] [108] Bioethicist Damien Keown argues that there are no exceptions to abortion in the leading texts, as they consist of a pro-life “coherent” (i.e. without exception) position.” [109] [10] Keown also suggests that it is logically difficult to defend a middle ground with the five rules. [110] The Asian scholar Giulo Agostini argues, however, that Buddhist commentators in India, starting in the 4th century, felt that abortion did not violate the rules in certain circumstances. [111] After the laity repeated the five commandments according to the monk, the monk will recite the ceremony: In some schools of ancient Indian Buddhism, Buddhist followers might choose to follow only one set of regulations, instead of five complete.