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Title The golden rule : the ethics of reciprocity in world religions / edited by Jacob Neusner and Bruce Chilton
Published London ; New York : Continuum, [2008]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 185 pages)
Contents Parsing reciprocity : questions for the golden rule / William Scott Green -- The golden rule in ancient Israelite scripture / Baruch A. Levine -- Alternatives to the golden rule : social reciprocity and altruism in early Archaic Greece / Carolyn Dewald -- The golden rule in Greco-Roman religion and philosophy / Robert M. Berchman -- The golden rule in classical Judaism / Jacob Neusner -- The golden rule in Zoroastrianism / Mahnaz Moazami -- Jesus, the golden rule, and its application / Bruce Chilton -- The golden rule as the law of nature, from Origen to Martin Luther / Olivier du Roy -- The golden rule in Islam / Emil Homerin -- The formulation and significance of the golden rule in Buddhism I / Kristin Scheible -- The golden rule in Buddhism II / Charles Hallisey -- A Hindu golden rule, in context / Richard H. Davis -- The golden rule in Confucianism / Mark A. Csikszentmihalyi -- Wired for reciprocity : some concluding reflections / William Scott Green
Summary This is an examination of the ethical dictum 'The Golden Rul', exploring its formulation and significance in relation to the world's major religions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 173-175) and index
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Subject Golden rule -- Comparative studies.
Genre/Form Comparative studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Chilton, Bruce.
Neusner, Jacob, 1932-2016.
LC no. 2008019544
ISBN 1441190120 (electronic bk.)
9781441190123 (electronic bk.)