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Middle Way Philosophy

Brief Definition:

Middle Way Philosophy is the overall philosophical approach that takes the universal Middle Way as its starting point, offering theories on its further implications and responses to problems. As an implication of it treating objectivity as a psychological state, this philosophical approach does not depend on reasoning alone but also on practice to support understanding.

For a detailed discussion see the Middle Way Philosophy page.

About Robert M Ellis

Robert M Ellis is the founder and chair of the Middle Way Society, and author of a number of books on Middle Way Philosophy, including the introductory 'Migglism' and the more in-depth 'Middle Way Philosophy' series. He has a Christian background, and about 20 years' past experience of practising Buddhism, but it was his Ph.D. studies in Philosophy that set him on the track of developing a systematic account of the Middle Way beyond any specific tradition. He has earned his living mainly by teaching, and more recently by online tutoring.

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