Religion & Global Ethics
To assert that Islam necessitates authoritarian regimes eschews the diverse experiences of Muslims, and interpretations of Islam and democracy.
The religious nature of Hezbollah has provided it with a cultural heritage to draw upon and an ability to sustain itself, both of which surpass that of the Irish Republican Movement.
Because individual soldiers have no voice in determining whether or not they want to participate in humanitarian interventions, the merits of such military actions suffer.
A case-by-case approach to understanding violence employed by Islamic groups enables a deeper understanding of the decision-making underpinning their diverse strategies.
A transactional practice-dependent approach to distributive justice demonstrates that more social solidarity is required to counter problems of ‘background injustice’ in the EU.
Habermas, Pogge, and Kokaz come to a similar conclusion; the establishment of some form of global constitutional order is necessary to bring about egalitarian global redistribution.
The caste system during European colonialism was not invented by Europeans. It was, however, adapted and exploited by British colonials throughout their occupation of India.
Self-censorship plays an integral role in the maintenance of freedom of expression since responsible use of that right prevents calls for its revocation.