Religion and Morality: An Introduction

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1997 - Philosophy - 122 pages
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The problems of morality are complicated by the competing perspectives that religion and philosophy sometimes bring to ethical discussions. Paul Diener provides a readable and coherent guide to these problems for scholars, students, and general readers. He provides overviews of how various religions and philosophical systems understand morality, and then examines possible relationships between religion and morality.

 

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Contents

What Is Morality from a Philosophical Perspective?
20
Religion and Morality Are Inseparable
45
Religion and Morality Are Separable
59
Preserving Species
97
Notes
111
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About the author (1997)

Paul W. Diener was Professor Of Religion and Philosophy at York College of Pennsylvania.

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