Buddhist teachings on the subject of morality, which is traditionally referred to in Buddhism as "sila."
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Sila (virtue, moral conduct) is the cornerstone upon which the entire Noble Eightfold Path is built. The practice of sila is defined by the middle three factors of the Eightfold Path: Right Speech, Right Action, and Right Livelihood.
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