Why and How Can Religions and Traditions Be Plausible and Credible in Public Ethics Today?
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 2001 December; 4(4): 329-348
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Turner, Leigh (2003-09)For many individuals, religious traditions provide important resources for moral deliberation. While contemporary philosophical approaches in bioethics draw upon secular presumptions, religion continues to play an important ...
TAM GIAO CHU VONG [THE ERRORS OF THE THREE RELIGIONS]: A TEXTUAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDY OF A CHRISTIAN DOCUMENT ON THE PRACTICES OF THE THREE RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY VIETNAM Tran, Anh Quoc (Georgetown University, 2011)Christianity has held a small but qualitatively significant presence in Vietnam since its arrival in 1533. Yet the knowledge of its early religio-cultural context has been sparse. This study intends to fill that lacuna ...