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A Bibliographic Guide to the Comparative Study of Ethics

A Bibliographic Guide to the Comparative Study of Ethics

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John Carman, Mark Jürgensmeyer
Cambridge University Press, 7/11/1991
EAN 9780521344487, ISBN10: 0521344484

Hardcover, 820 pages, 23.4 x 15.6 x 4.3 cm
Language: English

This bibliography is the culmination of four years' work by a team of noted scholars; its annotated entries are organised by religious tradition and cover each tradition's central concepts, offering a judicious selection of primary and secondary works as well as recommendations of cross-cultural topics to be explored. Specialists in the history and literature of religions and comparative religion will find this bibliography a valuable research tool.

Introduction
a global map of ethical traditions Mark Juergensmeyer
1. Hindu ethics Barbara A. Holdrege
2. Indian, Tibetan and Southeast Asian Buddhist ethics Douglas Renfrew Brooks
3. Ancient Chinese ethics Christopher Cleary
4. Chinese Buddhist ethics Kyoko Tokuno
5. Taoist ethics Terry F. Kleeman
6. Neo-Confucian religious ethics Thomas W. Selover
7. Ethics in the Japanese religious tradition William Deal
8. Ancient Greek religious ethics William J. Cassidy III
9. Jewish ethics Samuel S. Wineburg
10. Early Christian ethics Jozef M. L. Van Gerwen
11. Medieval Christian ethics Dianne M. Bazell
12. Early modern Christian ethics
the Reformation period Valerie DeMarinis
13. Modern Christian ethics Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez
14. The ethics of Muslims
Islamic and Islamicate ethics Kevin Reinhart
15. Modern Western philosophical ethics Russell F. Sizemore and John F. Kilner
Appendices.