Ethics in the World Religions

Pages: 400
Subject: Religion
Imprint: Oneworld
Illustrations: illustrations

Ethics in the World Religions

Bringing together original articles from renowned philosophers and religions scholars, this thought-provoking book considers the ways in which the world faiths offer resources for resolving modern ethical issues and conflicts.
Paperback
9781851682478 (23 Apr 2001)
RRP £30.00 / US$40.00

The Book

This latest addition to the "Oneworld Library of Global Ethics and Religion" contains articles from some of the world's greatest philosophers and scholars of religion on the role played by religious ethics in today's society. Lively, engaged and thought-provoking, these informative essays consider religion from an applied point of view, considering such issues as what we can learn from Confucianism, and Feng Shui, about ecological awareness; what Buddhism has to say about organ transplants; and - controversially - Islam's approach to gender issues.

Additional Information

Subject Religion
Pages 400
Imprint Oneworld
Illustrations illustrations

About the Author

Joseph Runzo (Editor) is Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Chapman University and Life Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. The recipient of six Fellowships and Awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities, he has published widely in philosophy and theology on issues of religions pluralism and religious ethics.



Nancy M. Martin (Editor) is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Chapman University. The recipient of a Graves Award for the Humanities, her research has involved extensive fieldwork in Rajasthan, and she is a well-known expert on devotional Hinduism and the religious lives of women.