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The religious in responses to mass atrocity : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Thomas Brudholm, Thomas Cushman.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: BL65.V55 R56 2009

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009
    Contents
    Introduction: The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity / Thomas Brudholm
    Part I Between Necessity and Impossibility: The Role of Religion in the Face of Atrocity
    Religious Rhetoric in Responses to Atrocity / Jennifer L. Geddes
    The Limit of Ethics - The Ethics of the Limit / Arne Grøn
    The Intolerability of Meaning: Myth, Faith, and Reason in Philosophical Responses to Moral Atrocity / Peter Dews
    Part II Does It Help to Import Religious Ideas: Reflections on Punishment, War, and Forgiveness
    Can We Punish the Perpetrators of Atrocities? / Antony Duff
    The Ethics of Forgiveness and the Doctrine of Just War: A Religious View of Righting Atrocious Wrongs / Nigel Biggar
    On the Advocacy of Forgiveness after Mass Atrocities / Thomas Brudholm
    Part III Sociologies of the Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocities
    Making Whole: The Ethics and Politics of "Coming to Terms with the Past" / John Torpey
    When Faith Meets History: The Influence of Religion on Transitional Justice / Daniel Philpott
    Genocidal Rupture and Performative Repair in Global Civil Society: Reconsidering the Discourse of Apology in the Face of Mass Atrocity / Thomas Cushman
    Violence, Human Rights, and Piety: Cosmopolitanism versus Virtuous Exclusion in Response to Atrocity / Bryan S. Turner.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Brudholm, Thomas, 1969-
    Cushman, Thomas, 1959-
    Notes
    Proceedings of a conference held May 12-13, 2006 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity / Thomas Brudholm -- Part I Between Necessity and Impossibility: The Role of Religion in the Face of Atrocity -- Religious Rhetoric in Responses to Atrocity / Jennifer L. Geddes -- The Limit of Ethics - The Ethics of the Limit / Arne Grøn -- The Intolerability of Meaning: Myth, Faith, and Reason in Philosophical Responses to Moral Atrocity / Peter Dews -- Part II Does It Help to Import Religious Ideas: Reflections on Punishment, War, and Forgiveness -- Can We Punish the Perpetrators of Atrocities? / Antony Duff -- The Ethics of Forgiveness and the Doctrine of Just War: A Religious View of Righting Atrocious Wrongs / Nigel Biggar -- On the Advocacy of Forgiveness after Mass Atrocities / Thomas Brudholm -- Part III Sociologies of the Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocities -- Making Whole: The Ethics and Politics of "Coming to Terms with the Past" / John Torpey -- When Faith Meets History: The Influence of Religion on Transitional Justice / Daniel Philpott -- Genocidal Rupture and Performative Repair in Global Civil Society: Reconsidering the Discourse of Apology in the Face of Mass Atrocity / Thomas Cushman -- Violence, Human Rights, and Piety: Cosmopolitanism versus Virtuous Exclusion in Response to Atrocity / Bryan S. Turner.

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    English
    ISBN
    9780521518857
    0521518857
    Physical Description
    xiii, 281 p. ; 24 cm.

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