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Encyclopedia of Religious Ethics

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Schweiker, William / Antonaccio, Maria / Bucar, Elizabeth / Clairmont, David A. (Herausgeber)

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Eine umfassende, innovative und maßgebliche Perspektive der moralischen Betrachtung, basierend auf den Quellen der Weltreligionen
In drei ausführlichen Bänden führt die Encyclopedia of Religious Ethics in grundlegende Fragen der moralischen Betrachtung ein, untersucht die großen Moraltraditionen der Welt und gibt einen Überblick über konkrete moralische Fragen zu einem breiten Spektrum menschlicher Erfahrungen. Die wegweisende Enzyklopädie definiert die Bedeutung, die Aufgabe und die verschiedenen Formen der religiösen Ethik und begleitet den Leser durch eine kritische Betrachtung des religiösen und moralischen Lebens in unterschiedlichen geschichtlichen Epochen, verschiedenen Teilen der Welt und zahlreichen kulturellen Traditionen. Das Werk enthält Beiträge einer außergewöhnlichen Gruppe von Ethikern, Historikern, Theologen, Philosophen, Politiktheoretikern und anderen Experten, die religiöse Quellen heranziehen und kritisch betrachten, um grundlegende Themen der Moraltheorie zu untersuchen und sich mit aktuellen ethischen und politischen Problemen zu befassen.
Mit ihrem Bestreben, die moralischen Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten unseres globalen Zeitalters zu ergründen und zu thematisieren, ist die Enyclopedia of Religious Ethics ein unverzichtbares Werk für alle, die sich für das Verhältnis zwischen Religion und Ethik in der modernen Welt interessieren, und insbesondere für diejenigen, die sich mit vergleichenden Religionswissenschaften, religiöser und vergleichender Ethik und Moraltheorie beschäftigen.

Volume I: Moral Enquiry

Preface

Maria Antonaccio, Elizabeth Bucar, David A. Clairmont

Introduction

On Religious Ethics

William Schweiker

Reflection

Moral Knowledge

Moral Theories

Robin W. Lovin

Moral Truth

Maria Antonaccio

Norms, Values, and Metaphysics

Franklin L. Gamwell

God and Morality

John Hare

Non-theistic Ethics

Anton Luis Sevilla

Language and Morality

Per Sundman

Embodied Knowledge

Kevin Schilbrack

Reason, Emotion, Ethics

Elena Namli

Feminist Epistemologies

Morni Joy

Natural Law

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid, Ebenezer Akesseh, and David A.Clairmont

Divine Command

C. Steven Evans

Moral Formation

Authority and Religious Experience

Darrell J.Fasching

Ideas of Excellence

Lee Yearley

Agents and Moral Formation

Thomas W. Ogletree

Moral Development

Don S. Browning

Desire and Will

Kevin Jung

Perception

Michael Sohn

Love and Compassion

Lisa Sowle Cahill

Practical Reasoning and Moral Casuistry

Albert R. Jonsen

Virtue

Cheryl Cottine

Consequentialism

Werner Wolbert

Deontology

Bharat Ranganathan

Responsibility

Jesse Couenhoven

Value Theory

William Schweiker

Alterity

Paul Mendes-Flohr

Discourse

Brett Wilmot

Transmission

Texts

Text and Canon

Michael Fishbane

Hermeneutics

William Schweiker

Contested Canons and Counter-Traditions

Victor Anderson

Revelation and Authorship

Mark Douglas

Institutions

Law and Religion

Winifred Fallers Sullivan

Schools and Monasteries

Christine Luckritz Marquis

Communications and Media

Guenter Thomas

Practices

Practices

Francis X.Clooney

Theories of Practice

Anne Mocko

Performance/Liturgy

Nicholas Denysenko

Reading/Recitation/Memorization

Lauren Osborne

Pilgrimage

Albertus Bagus Laksana

Meditation as an Ethical Practice

Georges Dreyfus

Asceticism and Self-Cultivation

Niki Clements

Comparison

Theories

Comparison in Religious Ethics

Summer B. Twiss

Comparison as a Discipline

David A. Clairmont

Religious Ethics and Religious Studies

Richard B. Miller

Secularism

Slavica Jakelic

Post-secularism

Slavica Jakelic

Approaches

History of Religions

Donald K.Swearer

Culture and Moral Pluralism

Bruce Grelle

Conceptual

Aaron Stalnaker

Ethnographic

Jung Lee

Pragmatism

Michael R. Slater

Concepts

Cosmology

Frank E. Reynolds and Jonathan W. Schofer

Ritual

Francisca Cho

Saints and Exemplars

Lamin Sanneh

Cosmogony and Eschatology

Markus Hoefner

Myth

Brian Collins

Nature and Human Nature

William D. Hart

Soteriology and Enlightenment

Rick Elgendy

Volume II: Moral Traditions

Preface

Maria Antonaccio, Elizabeth Bucar, and David A. Clairmont

Introduction

On Religious Ethics

William Schweiker

Historical and Theoretical Perspectives

Judaism

Jewish Ethics?

Hilary Putnam

Foundations of Jewish Ethics

Ronald M. Green

Ethics Differentiated from the Law

Shaul Magid

From Law to Ethics... and Back

Nancy Levene

Christianity

Christian Ethics

Gene Outka

Origins of Christian Ethics

Jef Van Gerwen

Differentiation in Christian Ethics

Vigen Guroian

Trajectories in Christian Ethics

Jean Porter

Islam

Islamic Ethics?

Ebrahim Moosa

Origins of Islamic Ethics

A. Kevin Reinhart

Islamic Ethics: Differentiations

Abdulaziz Sachedina

Muslim Ethical Trajectories in the Contemporary Period

Frederick Mathewson Denny

Buddhism

Buddhist Ethics?

John Ross Carter

Origins of Buddhist Ethics

Damien Keown

Cultural Differentiation in Buddhist Ethics

Thomas P. Kasulis

Buddhist Ethics: Trajectories

Charles Hallisey


Indian Religions

Hindu Ethics?

Roy W. Perrett

Origins of Hindu Ethics

Anne E. Monius

Differentiations in Hindu Ethics

Maria Heim

Trajectories of Hindu Ethics

Joseph Prabhu

Chinese Religions

Chinese Ethics?

Eske Molgaard

Origins of Chinese Ethics

Phillip J. Ivanhoe

Differentiations

Mark Csikszentmihalyi

Trajectories of Chinese Religious Ethics

Mark Berkson

African Religions

African Ethics?

Barry Hallen

Origins of African Ethics

Segun Gbadegesin

Differentiations in African Ethics

Bénézet Bujo

Trajectories in African Ethics

Laura Grillo

Religions of the Americas

Indigenous Peoples

Vine Deloria, Jr.

Origins (Religions of the Americas)

David A. Clairmont

Modes of Interpretation (Religions of the Americas)

Garry Sparks

Global Interactions (Religions of the Americas)

Santiago Piñón

Contemporary and Cultural Perspectives

Practices and Communities

Practices and Communities (Christianity)

Todd Whitmore

Practices and Communities (Islam)

Kirsten Wesselhoeft

Practices and Communities (Indian Religions)

Ankur Barua

Practices and Communities (Chinese Religions)

Beverley McGuire

Practices and Communities (African Religions)

Ebenezer Akesseh

Modes of Interpretation

Modes of Interpretation (Judaism)

Elias Sacks

Modes of Interpretation (Christianity)

Christina McRorie

Modes of Interpretation (Islam)

Paul Heck

Modes of Interpretation (Buddhism)

Anne Hansen

Modes of Interpretation (Indian Religions)

Shyam Ranganathan

Modes of Interpretation (African Religions)

John Bewaji

Modes of Interpretation (Chinese Religions)

Ellen Zhang

Global Interactions

Global Interactions (Christianity)

Devaka Premawardhana

Global Interactions (Islam)

Muhamad Ali

Global Interactions (Buddhism)

Francisca Cho

Global Interactions (African Religions)

Nico Koopman

Global Interactions (Indian Religions)

Gardner Harris

Volume III

Preface

Maria Antonaccio, Elizabeth Bucar, David A. Clairmont

Introduction

On Religious Ethics

William Schweiker

Persons

Structures and Conditions

Health

Katherine K. Young

Body Culture

Regina Ammicht-Quinn

Aesthetic Experience and Ethics

Frank Burch Brown

Children

Bonnie Miller-McLemore

Joy and Laughter

Terence J. Martin

Play/Recreation/Sport

Eric Bain-Selbo

Personhood

Darlene Fozard Weaver

Pleasure and Pain

Susan A.Ross

Reproduction

Cristina Traina

Subject Formation/Subjectivity

Jonathan Schofer

Challenges

Ability and Disability

Jana Bennett

Class

Devin Singh

Disease and Decay

Neil Messer

Home and Homelessness

Laura A. Stivers

Moral Struggle

Elizabeth Sweeny Block

Trans-humanism and Post-humanism

Ron Cole-Turner

Violence

John Carlson

Structures and Conditions

Nations

Jean Bethke Elshtain

Economics

Max L. Stackhouse

Human Rights

Simeon Ilesanmi

Ethics, Images, and Things

Kenneth George

Corporations

Rebecca Todd Peters

Education

Joshua Daniel

Law

M. Christian Green

Non-governmental Organizations

Jeff Haynes

Religious Institutions

Gerard Mannion

Challenges

Science

Roger Willer

Challenges

Ecology

William C.French

Global Dynamics

Sallie B. King

Technology

Gerald McKenney

Animal Ethics

Charles Camosy

Justice

Michael Kessler

Production and Consumption

Joe Blosser

Sustainability and Climate Change

Michael Hogue

Communities

Structures and Conditions

Religious Membership

Robin Gill

Future Generations

Sven Anderson

Ecumenism

Timothy Sedgwick

Family

Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar

Inter-species communities

Celia Deane-Drummond

Labor and Trade

Christine Firer Hinze

Marriage

Eugene F. Rogers, Jr.

New Religious Movements

Damon Berry

Peace-keeping

Irene Oh

Challenges

Religion and Religious War

John Kelsay

Censorship, Disclosure, Privacy

Jonathan Rothchild

Civil Rights and Protest Movements

Tobin Miller Shearer

Domestic Violence

Shannon Dunn

Gender Discrimination

Rosemary Kellison

Genocide

Atalia Omer

Racial Discrimination

Jonathan Tan

Religious Discrimination

Loren D.Lybarger

Torture

Amy Laura Hall

War and Non-state Group Violence

H. David Bae
William Schweiker is Edward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of Theological Ethics, The University of Chicago. He is the author of several books including Theological Ethics and Global Dynamics: In the Time of Many Worlds, Dust That Breathes: Christian Faith and the New Humanisms, and ??Religious Ethics: Meaning and Method (with David A. Clairmont). He is the chief editor and contributor to??A Companion to Religious Ethics.

Maria Antonaccio??is Professor of Religious Studies and Director, Bucknell Humanities Center, Bucknell University. She??is the author of Picturing the Human: The Moral Thought of Iris Murdoch, A Philosophy to Live By: Engaging Iris Murdoch, and Iris Murdoch and the Search for Human Goodness??(with William Schweiker).

W. Schweiker, University of Chicago; M. Antonaccio, Bucknell University, USA; E. Bucar, Northeastern University, USA; D. A. Clairmont, University of Notre Dame, USA