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  • Building a civil peace with NEPAD : a Niger Delta case study 

    Kasonga, Jean Marie Mbombo M. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Religions and Theology, 2013)
    This dissertation is premised on the correlation between civil peace and human development. It explores the possibility of building peace with the new partnership for Africa’s development (NEPAD) in the light of Kant’s ...
  • An autonomy perspective in theological ethics on transgenic food production 

    Russell, Cathriona (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Religions and Theology, 2006)
    Transgenic food organisms are microorganisms, plants and animals that have been transformed genetically using gene-transfer techniques. These recently- developed techniques have the potential to impact on food, agriculture ...
  • The limits of law : Paul Ricoeur and a critical phronesis to engage law, ethics and religion 

    Marble, Susan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Religions and Theology, 2008)
    This study explores the relationship of law and ethics from the insight, evident for many who have been engaged in law as a profession, that the practice of law encounters limits which point to a broader context in which ...
  • Amidst mass atrocity and the rubble of theodicy : searching for a viable theodicy 

    Admirand, Peter J. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Religions and Theology, 2008)
    This work assesses the theological and pastoral viability of key theodic texts within post-Holocaust Jewish thought, liberation theology, and Christian philosophical theodicy through textual analysis of testimonies from ...
  • Translation for transformation : André Chouraqui and his translation of the gospels 

    Watson, John Murray Keith (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Religions and Theology, 2010)
    Although he remains largely an unknown in the English-speaking world, André Chouraqui (1917-2007) was, for much of the twentieth century, a prominent and respected figure in the francophone world, in the Middle East and ...

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