The Concept of Human Rights in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Ed. by Tamer, Georges / Männle, Ursula
Aims and Scope
The second volume of the new series Key Concepts in Interreligious Discourses points out the roots of the concept of "human rights" in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It shows how far the universal validity of "human rights" opposes in some crucial points with religious traditions. The aim of KCID is to establish an archeology of religious knowledge to create a new conceptual platform of mutual understanding among religious communities.
- Approx. 150 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Human rights; interreligious discourse; interreligious dialogue