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A Theory of Moral Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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This book was originally written as an accredited Ph.D. thesis - but one that broke all the usual rules. Rather than focusing on a small area like most theses, this is a inter-disciplinary... More > philosophical treatise that attempts to establish a new approach to the whole question of objectivity, especially in ethics. Inspired by the Buddhist Middle Way, but argued in Western terms from first premises, this book challenges widespread assumptions found in both analytic and continental traditions of philosophy. It seeks to establish a Middle Way between absolutism and relativism, using evidence from philosophy, psychology, religion and history. The author, Robert M. Ellis, is a philosopher and teacher, and was also a Buddhist practitioner for many years. However, he has now withdrawn from any commitment to the Buddhist tradition to concentrate on developing a universal Middle Way philosophy, promoted on his website, www.moralobjectivity.net.< Less
A Theory of Moral Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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This book was originally written as an accredited Ph.D. thesis - but one that broke all the usual rules. Rather than focusing on a small area like most theses, this is a inter-disciplinary... More > philosophical treatise that attempts to establish a new approach to the whole question of objectivity, especially in ethics. Inspired by the Buddhist Middle Way, but argued in Western terms from first premises, this book challenges widespread assumptions found in both analytic and continental traditions of philosophy. It seeks to establish a Middle Way between absolutism and relativism, using evidence from philosophy, psychology, religion and history. The author, Robert M. Ellis, is a philosopher and teacher, and was also a Buddhist practitioner for many years. However, he has now withdrawn from any commitment to the Buddhist tradition to concentrate on developing a universal Middle Way philosophy, promoted on his website, www.moralobjectivity.net.< Less
The Resistance of African States to the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court By Alexandre Guerreiro
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This book suggests an analysis in depth of ICC's historical background as well as of what motivates each African State to accept, reject or adopt a midway position towards the Rome Statute.... More > Simultaneously, it is proposed a detailed reflection to each situation currently under investigation by the ICC and it draws a parallel between the position of African States to the jurisdiction of the ICC, other elements usually associated to the West and how it reflects in the attempts to reform the Security Council of the United Nations.< Less
The Resistance of African States to the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court By Alexandre Guerreiro
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This book suggests an analysis in depth of ICC's historical background as well as of what motivates each African State to accept, reject or adopt a midway position towards the Rome Statute.... More > Simultaneously, it is proposed a detailed reflection to each situation currently under investigation by the ICC and it draws a parallel between the position of African States to the jurisdiction of the ICC, other elements usually associated to the West and how it reflects in the attempts to reform the Security Council of the United Nations.< Less
Truth on the Edge: A Brief Western Philosophy of the Middle Way By Robert M. Ellis
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Truth on the Edge is an introduction to a new philosophy of objectivity, inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way but worked out in entirely Western terms. Robert M. Ellis's philosophy of the Middle Way... More > was originally developed as a Ph.D. thesis, A Theory of Moral Objectivity, but this book is intended as a more accessible introduction to this philosophy. The key theme is the idea that we are not justified in making any claims about truth, whether moral or scientific, but the idea of truth is still meaningful. Instead of either making or denying metaphysical claims about truth, we need to think in terms of incrementally objective justification within experience. The book follows through the implications of this argument in relation to psychological integration, responsibility, ethics, science, religion and politics, and finally applies the Middle Way to contemporary problems such as Global Warming and the World Food Crisis.< Less
Truth On the Edge: A Brief Western Philosophy of the Middle Way By Robert M. Ellis
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Truth on the Edge is an introduction to a new philosophy of objectivity, inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way but worked out in entirely Western terms. Robert M. Ellis's philosophy of the Middle Way... More > was originally developed as a Ph.D. thesis, 'A Theory of Moral Objectivity', but this book is intended as a more accessible introduction to this philosophy. The key theme is the idea that we are not justified in making any claims about truth, whether moral or scientific, but the idea of truth is still meaningful. Instead of either making or denying metaphysical claims about truth, we need to think in terms of incrementally objective justification within experience. The book follows through the implications of this argument in relation to psychological integration, responsibility, ethics, science, religion and politics, and finally applies the Middle Way to contemporary problems such as Global Warming and the World Food Crisis.< Less
Why God Should Go to Hell: How God Is Outside the Moral Order By Joe Dixon
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Some people believe that God is the center of the moral universe. In fact, God is not moral at all. In this book, we rationally explore how it is impossible for either God or the Devil to serve any... More > moral role whatsoever. If you want to understand morality, and how to be moral, you must understand how God can never help you.< Less
On The Verge of Insanity: Can Truth Change?! By Captain Jack
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Have you ever heard of relativism? Relativism most basically is the concept that truth is relative. Have you ever met someone claiming to be a relativist? There are countless people in our modern day... More > society who are on the verge of using relativistic logic. In this book I concisely discuss why relativism is madness and explore the topic of Truth.< Less
A Cup of Water By Trevor Payne
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Sam Harrington, a thirty-something high school English teacher, has been in a six-year malaise after suffering the loss of his college sweetheart and first love, Catherine Tsai. When his best friend... More > Alistair, a drama teacher at the high school, is caught in an affair with a student, Sam’s world is turned on end. As the drama salaciously unfolds through the confessions of Alistair, the student, and Alistair’s wife Anne, Sam struggles to resolve his own insecurities. A Cup of Water provides a firsthand perspective into Sam’s psychological turmoil—at times humorous, painful, and poignant—as he reconsiders his past in order to take control of his future.< Less
DOMINUS IESUS, Declaration on the Unicity and Salvific Universality of Jesus Christ and the Church By Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
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The document which Pope St. John Paul II considered to be the necessary complement to his encyclical letter Ut Unum Sint on the unity of Christians. A clear and authoritative presentation of the... More > Catholic understanding of Christ, Church, other Christian denominations and world religions in relation to Salvation. Uncompromising, absolutely necessary to understand the real meaning of the current ecumenical dialogue.< Less

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