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Chair of the Three Religions

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The Law of God and Laws of Man in the Three Great Monotheistic Religions
Padua, 11st-20th May 2009

The seminars intend exploring two themes which are particular relevant from a social and relgious point of view in relation to the modern culture of human rights: equal opportunity between women and men in societies with Muslim majorities; and the relations between religious majorities and minorities in the societies where new or old forms of pluralism have developed.

The Law of God and Laws of Man in the Three Great Monotheistic Religions
Padua, 12th-28th May 2008

The seminars intend to analyse how the theme of the "double loyality" to the Law of God and to Law of Men is addressed in societies which are rooted in different religous cultures in the light of the human rights paradigm.

The Law of God and Laws of Man in the Three Great Monotheistic Religions
Padua, 14th-30th May 2007

This seminar offers a view on how religions, in particular, the three great world religions of the Abraham strain are involved in conflicts and are used at times as the archives of symbols used frequently by those who wish to transform their faith into political identity.

The Law of God and Laws of Man: The Other in the Three Great Monotheistic Religions
Padua, 16th-24th May 2006

The aim is to offer students and professors at the University of Padova the opportunity to meet with teachers and scholars of different religions, reflecting the long problematic relationship between divine law and human rights: whether and up to that point the paradigm of human rights and fundamental principles of a revealed religion are compatible.

The Three Monotheistic Religions and Human Rights
Padua,19th-30th May 2005

The lecture discussed the humanistic side of the universal religions - in particular those of the Abraham strain continually in danger of being compromised and sacrificed on the altar of political identity. The series of seminars aimed to discuss the relations between religious laws and the paradigm of human rights.

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31/1/2017

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