In this following context, what does the verbal phrase 'presented to' mean?
Does it mean 'shown'?
How should I understand this clause 'that has ever been presented to this ego-centric world,'?
One who aspires to become a Buddha is called a Bodhisatta, which, literally, means a wisdom-being. This Bodhisatta ideal is the most beautiful and the most refined course of life that has ever been presented to this ego-centric world, for what is nobler than a life of service and purity?
Source: P. 7
Buddhism in a Nutshell BY NARADA THERA