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disciplinary procedure

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management.

A formal procedure that is established by managers to uphold disciplinary standards. Procedures frequently contain a statement of disciplinary policy and a listing of acceptable and...

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A Disciplinary Procedure

James L. Crenshaw.

in Defending God

May 2005; p ublished online July 2005 .

Chapter. Subjects: Biblical Studies. 7488 words.

The necessity for parental discipline to instill virtue in children raises the possibility that God employs evil for similar purposes. This popular understanding of evil and the...

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Introduction

Brycchan Carey and Geoffrey Plank.

in Quakers and Abolition

April 2014; p ublished online April 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: History of Religion. 4986 words.

This introductory chapter provides an overview of the book's main themes. It first discusses the origins of the Quaker antislavery movement and how the Quaker response to the problem of...

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Tao-hsüan

Overview page. Subjects: Buddhism.

(596–667).

The founder of the Lü (Disciplinary) school (Chin., Lü-tsung) in Chinese Buddhism.a school that specialized in commenting on the monastic rules and procedures that...

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Buddhist Ordination

Jason A. Carbine and Patrick Kellycooper.

in Buddhism

P ublished online September 2016 .

Article. Subjects: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Zen Buddhism. 9744 words.

In Buddhism, ordinations are the ceremonies in which men and women become members of the Buddhist monastic order, or sangha. Such ceremonies often emphasize rules or precepts set forth in...

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Vinaya

Klaus Pinte.

in Buddhism

P ublished online September 2010 .

Article. Subjects: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Zen Buddhism. 12634 words.

The disciplinary codes for the training of Buddhist monks (Skt. bhikṣus) and nuns (Skt. bhikṣuṇīs), as well as the institutional regulations for the monastic community (Skt. saṃgha) are...

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