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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Birenbaum, Halina, 1929-
Hope is the last to die.
Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, ©1996
|Named Person:||Halina Birenbaum|
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|ISBN:||1563247461 9781563247460 156324747X 9781563247477|
|Notes:||"A classic of holocaust literature."|
|Description:||xi, 227 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Much has been written of about the issue religious freedom and church-state relations. This book, however, takes up another side of the question: what has been the impact of religion on human rights, and in particular on women's human rights and development? Representatives from various religious traditions address questions such as: the theological venus the secular validation of human rights; reconciling Islamic feminism with the religion of Islam; harmonizing confessional with liberationist directions within the Catholic Church; establishing inter-religious dialogue amidst the clamor of politicized Hindu-Moslem communal hostility; a human-centered vs a nature-centered environmentalism. Contributors explore different of these questions in a provocative and compelling debate.|
|Other Titles:||Nadzieja umiera ostatnia.|
|Responsibility:||Halina Birenbaum ; translated from the Polish by David Welsh.|