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Human rights in religious traditions / edited by Arlene Swidler.

New York : Pilgrim Press, [1982] .
ISBN 0829806334, 9780829806335

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Other Authors Swidler, Arlene.
Subjects Christliche Ethik.
Civil rights -- Religious aspects -- Comparative studies.
Civil rights -- Religious aspects.
Droits de l'homme -- Aspect religieux -- Études comparatives.
Human rights -- Religious aspects -- Comparative studies.
Human rights -- Religious aspects.
Description viii, 114 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-114).
Contents Introduction / Arlene Swidler -- Human rights in creation and redemption : a Protestant view / J. Robert Nelson -- Human rights : an Eastern Orthodox perspective / Stanley S. Harakas -- Human rights in Roman Catholicism / John Langan -- Judaism and human rights / Daniel F. Polish -- On human rights and the Qur'anic perspective / Riffat Hassan -- The Buddhist perspective on human rights / Kenneth K. Inada -- Human rights in Hinduism / Kana Mitra -- A social historian responds / Dennis J. Clark -- Human rights and technology / Hendrik B. Koning -- Human rights in the contemporary world: some notes from an economist / Noel J.J. Farley -- Psychiatric issues on human rights in religion / Perry Ottenberg -- The universal declaration of human rights.
Genre Comparative studies.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8689733
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