Moral behavior in Buddhism Moral behavior is one of the "perfections" (paramit) of the bodhisattva qualities recommended to adherents of Buddhism as a psychopractic for spiritual improvement and liberation. That is, a Buddhist must master the norms of moral behavior perfectly. Buddhist ethics is based on the principle of non-harm, as well as the concepts of "good" and "unwholesome".
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