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Philosophy & Religion

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  • 14
    Jun

    2019

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    The Holocaust and New World Slavery

    It is almost inevitable that conversations regarding the Holocaust will generate questions of comparison to other historical instances of mass death. And, conversely, it is almost unavoidable when discussing...

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  • 7
    Jun

    2019

    The Promise of Early Franciscan Theology

    For generations, early Franciscan theology has suffered either from relative neglect or from various narratives—partly responsible for its neglect—which have tended to downplay its significance. One...

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  • 29
    May

    2019

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    Has Religion a Future?

    Though religious affiliation is declining in Western Europe, religion is a powerful and dangerous force in the modern world. In 1997 Samuel Huntington, in ‘The Clash of Civilisations’, argued that...

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  • 22
    May

    2019

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    Law, Love and Freedom: An Introduction

    The Beatles tell us that: ‘All You Need Is Love.’ Is that right? The inquiry into love has very deep roots in the Judeo–Christian tradition. Indeed, the divergent answers to this inquiry mark the...

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  • 29
    Apr

    2019

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    Are Trees People Too?

    Most people know the story of king David. The young boy who beats the giant, the poet and musician, God’s favorite — this is familiar. What is less known is that when David’s son Absalom goes...

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  • 24
    Apr

    2019

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    Before Healing, We Need Connection

    Adapted from Morality and the Environmental Crisis We cannot heal our relation to nature—and even perhaps include nature into a new and vibrant “ecological” democracy—with methods we have used...

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    Apr

    2019

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    Is there a moral test for legal validity?

    Must law pass a moral test in order to be valid? Most legal theorists today answer this question in the negative. The dominant tradition in contemporary legal philosophy, known as legal positivism, maintains...

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    Apr

    2019

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    Is natural law timeless?

    Natural law theories maintain that there are certain goods and principles that are uniquely conducive to human flourishing. Historically, the content of natural law has often been depicted as timeless...

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