22nd Niwano Peace Prize Commemorative Address

Küng, Hans
November 2006
Buddhist-Christian Studies;2006, Issue 26, p203
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech by Hans Küng, a professor at Tübingen University, delivered at the 22nd Niwano Peace Price Commemorative Address in Tokyo, Japan on November 5, 2005. He discussed on global ethic as not a superstructure, ideology but a necessary to minimum of basic attitudes, standards and common values.


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