Comparative Religious Ethics: A Narrative Approach to Global Ethics

Wiley-Blackwell (2011)
Machine generated contents note: Part I: Religion, Ethics and Stories of War and Peace. -- 1. Religion, Ethics, and Storytelling. -- 2. Stories of War and Peace in an Age of Globalization. -- Part II: War and Peace: Ancient Stories and Postmodern Life Stories. -- Introduction: Ethics after Auschwitz and Hiroshima. -- 3. Gilgamesh and the Religious Quest. -- 4. The Socratic Religious Experience: From the Birth of Ethics to the Quest for Cosmopolis. -- 5. Hindu Stories - Ancient and Postmodern. -- 6. Buddhist Stories - Ancient and Postmodern. -- 7. Jewish Stories - Ancient and Postmodern. -- 8. Christian Stories - Ancient and Postmodern. -- 9. Islamic Stories - Ancient and Postmodern. -- Part III: The Path to Global Ethics: The Way of all the Earth. -- Introduction. -- 10. Feminist Audacity and the Ethics of Interdependence. -- 11. Cosmopolis: The Way of all the Earth. -- Index of Subjects. -- Index of Names and Terms. -- See the Website for this book the following: -- Epilogue: Gandhian Ethics in an Age of Terrorism. -- Appendix 1: The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. -- Appendix 2: 2nd Parliament of World Religions Declaration Toward a Global Ethic.
Keywords Religious ethics  RELIGION / Ethics
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Call number BJ1188.F35 2011
ISBN(s) 9781444331332   1444331337
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