Skepsis Vol. 15,1 (2004).
A Journal for Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Research.
Edited by L.C. Bargeliotes and N. Chronis.
2004. 496 S. 38,50 Euro. 17 x 24 cm. 1105-1582.
(Skepsis Bd. 15)
Proceedings of the ISUD fifth world congress co-organized by Olympic Center for Philosophy and Culture; Religion, Politics and Suffering: Intercultural Dimensions and Challenges for Philosophy
Contents: Hope Fitz: Extreme fundamentalism in Islam. The problem of the 'other' and modernity - Yoram Lubling: Martin Buber's prophetic Zionism. Searching for the spirit of Israel - Paul Schafer: Moral evil and political imagination. Keeping it real - Patrick Downey: Can we have religion, politics, suffering and enemies, without harm? - Daniel Shannon: Religion and its relation to the state. An analysis of hegels position - Jerzy Kosiewicz: the ancient and contemporary olympic games from the perspective of the religious and philosophical conception of the body - Leonidas Bargeuotes: the priority of the local and the measurable - Anna Ntinti: From disorder to order. The olympic mythical archetype - Soteres Fournaros: Olympic Paideia. Building social and political bonds through olympic symbolism - Paris Arnopoulos: The sociophysics of theopolitics nature, culture and the human condition - Peter Schuller: The peace of faiths. Inspirations from nicholas of cusa - Christopher Vasillopulos: The pauline basis of rejectionism - Sonja Servomaa: Nature, art. peace. Rabindranath Tagore's and Kitarô Nishida's philosophical contributions to universal culture of peace - John Rensenbrink: The Dalai Lama on suffering and compassion. An ontological critique - Aloysius Lugira: Africism vis-a-vis the globalization of African belief, ritual and thought - Steven Hicks: Suffering, nihilism and beyond. Nietzsche, Heidegger and Foucault - Jerzy Hubert: Possible ways for decreasing suffering. An analysis using some new ideas born in the sciences of complexity - Werner Krieglstein: Is the unexamined life really not worth living? - Barry Curtis: Religion, fanaticism and philosophy - Konrad Waloszczyk: Shaping the intercultural spirituality - Edward Demenchonok: Intercultural dimensions in Russian philosophy - Andrzej Mirski: Tolerance, cultural openess, empathy and dialogue as ways to diminishing human suffering - Andrey Pavlenko: Universalism and cosmic harmony. Principle of genetic similarity - Wang Keping: A multicultural strategy. Harmonization without being patternized - David Slakter: Reformed epistemology and the dilemma of religious pluralism - Kevin Brien: To believe or not to believe? A dialogue concerning religion, politics and suffering - Charles Brown: The intrinsic rationality of moral phenomena
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