Religious Studies 33 (1):93-103 (1997)
|Abstract||This paper examines recent contributions to moral philosophy by Jeffrey Reiman and Gordon Kaufman, which, while differing in that they derive from 'secular' and 'religious' world views, share certain common concerns and a common conviction of the universality of the moral principle of justice, rooted in a Kantian philosophical framework. I argue that these theories of justice provide ground for useful inter-faith and secular/religious dialogue, against the view of MacIntyre, that morality itself is 'tradition specific'|
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