Moral Traditions

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Moral Traditions
Author : Mari Rapela Heidt
File Size : 41,8 Mb
Publisher : Anselm Academic Christian Brothers Pub.
Language : English
Release Date : 13 June 2024
ISBN : 0884897494
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Ethics, morality and the study of religious ethics - Hindu tradition - Buddha - Jewish moral tradition - Christian tradition - Islam and the Muslim moral tradition - Chinese moral tradition - Additional moral traditions.

Moral Traditions

Ethics, morality and the study of religious ethics - Hindu tradition - Buddha - Jewish moral tradition - Christian tradition - Islam and the Muslim moral tradition - Chinese moral tradition - Additional moral traditions.

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