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A Global Ethic for a Globalized World? The Role of the Religions

Paul Knitter

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Format: Lecture followed by Q&A

Length: 86 minutes

As part of the Lowell Humanities Series, Paul Knitter poses the question, “Where do the world's major religions stand on globalization?” and explains why he interprets their collective response as a qualified approval. A professor emeritus of theology at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Knitter has edited several volumes in the Orbis Books “Faith Meets Faith” series on religious pluralism and interreligious dialogue, including Subverting Greed: Religious Perspectives on the Global Economy (2002).

Presenter(s): Paul Knitter

Date: April 13, 2005

Location: Devlin Hall 008, Boston College

Sponsor(s): Lowell Humanities; Globalization And Inequality Series

URL: http://frontrow.bc.edu/program/knitter/

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