SAICHOL PANYACHIT WISDOM AND DEVELOPMENT: AN ANALYSIS ON THE TREE ORDINATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WISDOM AND DEVELOPMENT

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สายชล ปัญญชิต

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This article argues a theoretical controversy of local wisdom and development by taking into account the theory and the practicality of integrating local wisdom into concrete development. Furthermore, this article focuses on the significance of the evolution of local wisdom in universal religions associated with sustainable knowledge development. The presentation of the concept and practice of a forest ordination ceremony in Thai society is a case study aimed to understand the dynamic of local wisdom and development that integrates cultural beliefs. This shows that the aforementioned ceremony is considered a cultural pattern which goes through the acquisition of knowledge in the system of cultural values. There is also a continuing process of social institutions including religion, government, and education in order to study and include the forest ordination ceremony as a part of sustainable development in Thai society.

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