Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue, and Transformation by L. AnceschiReligion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue, and Transformation by L. Anceschi

Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue, and Transformation

EditorL. Anceschi, J. Camilleri, R. Palapathwala

Hardcover | January 26, 2011

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Around the world religion is an increasingly vital and pervasive force in both personal and public life. Though this trend has been widely noted, its long-term implications are as yet only dimly perceived. Will this be a force for healing or for violence? To express the question to its most dramatic, yet urgent form: can the world’s major religious traditions respond constructively to contemporary challenges in the public sphere that are now, by definition, global?  Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World seeks to address this question, and to contribute to a greater understanding of the role of religion in the paradoxical context of a world that is increasingly unified, but which remains fundamentally plural.

Luca Anceschi is Lecturer in International Relations in the School of Social Sciences at La Trobe University and Research Associate at the LTU Centre for Dialogue. Joseph Anthony Camilleri is Professor of International Relations and founding Director of the Centre for Dialogue at La Trobe University. Ruwan Palapathwala researches and ...
Title:Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue, and TransformationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:282 pagesPublished:January 26, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230104622

ISBN - 13:9780230104624


Table of Contents

Introduction--Religion: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?--Joseph A. Camilleri * Part One: Emerging Challenges for Religious Understanding * Re-envisioning Conflict, Dialogue and Transformation: The Imperative for a New Methodological Paradigm--Ruwan Palapathwala and Andrew Wicking * Surmounting the Wall: Religion and Conflict--Graham Maddox * Virtues in a Globalised Context--Neil Ormerod * People of the Book: Reconciling Religious Fundamentals with Universal Human Rights--Michael Kirby * Holding Hands and Bearing Arms: Global Challenges for Global Religious Communities--Merrill Kitchen * Part Two: Implications for Multi-Faith Dialogue - Assessment and Critique * Relationship Building in the Middle-East among Adversaries--Dvir Abramovich * Bejewelled dialogue: Illuminating Cultural Conflicts in the Twenty-First Century--Chaiwat Satha-Anand * Christian Ecumenism, Other Faiths, and the ‘Peace of the World’--Peter Carnley * Part Three: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Islam * The Search for Communities of Peace: An International Reflection on Christian–Muslim relations--James Haire * How Muslims View the scriptures of the People of the Book: Towards a Reassessment?--Abdullah Saeed * Broken Covenants and Broken Relationships: Guidelines for Cooperation in a World in Transition--Ian R. Fry * Conclusion: Inter-Faith Interaction: Contradictions and Conflicts--Chandra Muzaffar