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How do I prevent non-buddhists from going against fourth precept?

But if we need to prevent a non-Buddhist person from telling lies or going against fourth precept, how can we do. How can we motivate him/her not to lie? I think the whole point in Buddhism is, that ...
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How do I prevent non-buddhists from going against fourth precept?

Simply ask him whether he likes to be deceived and cheated if some one else did it to him. If someone cannot be trusted would you act on what he says. How comfortable would he be to have to put up or ...
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How did ancient Indian Buddhists describe causation vs correlation? Why were they concerned with this?

This is out of scope for Buddhism SE. This is more like a history question. The Buddhist texts describe Charvaka as being materialist. Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha describes Charvaka as being both ...
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Tolerance – Buddhist in Countries with a Non-Buddhist Majority

As in Yeshe Tenley's answer, the first thing that comes to mind for lay Buddhist are the 5 precepts. Perhaps no country would have a problem allowing this. Except that the first precept may conflict ...
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How do I prevent non-buddhists from going against fourth precept?

Meditation is not just about sitting in a certain postures, concentration etc etc. It is about understanding order of things. Meditation implies inwardness i.e. focus on yourself not on others. You ...
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