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Index




Ahmed, Leila, 113

AI. See Amnesty International

Ali, Kecia, 104

Ames, Roger, 118, 121

Amnesty International (AI), 164

Analects (Confucius), 118, 120

Anatoli, Jacob, 40, 42

Anglicanism, 21, 67

Anna, Kofi, 57

Aquinas, Thomas, 13, 206

   on Catholic natural law theory, 134–136

Arab Charter of Human Rights, 96

Archibald, Jo-Ann, 75

Aristotle, theory of natural slavery of, 6

Asia. See also China, People’s Republic of; Hong Kong; Japan; Singapore; South Korea; Taiwan

   “Asian values,”, 162, 201–202

   The Asian Human Rights Charter: A People’s Charter and, 16, 132, 201, 202

   Bangkok Declaration on Human Rights and, 13, 16, 18, 25, 131–132, 194, 201

   Confucianism as influence in, 130, 202

Asian Human Rights Commission, 132, 201

“Asian values,”, 162, 201–202

The Asian Human Rights Charter: A People’s Charter, 16, 132, 201, 202

Aśoka (king), 79, 83

Augustine, 56

Avalokitesvara, 76

Avodah Zarah (idolatry), 44

Azzam, Salem, 95

Bangkok Declaration on Human Rights, 13, 16, 18, 25, 131–132, 194, 201

   China and, 132, 204

   UDHR and, 131

al-Banna, Hasan, 105

Barry, Brian, 154

Beatitudes, 71–72

Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights, 25

Beitz, Charles, 154

Benamozegh, Elijah, 41

Benhabib, Seyla, 174

Bhagwati, Jagdish, 61

Bible, the, 63

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 56

Boot, Max, 167

Bosnia, international intervention in, 24

Brown, Chris, 14, 197, 203, 208

Buddhism, 12, 200–201.

   See also Dalai Lama

   in China, 88–89

   dharma as part of, 77–78

   diversity and, 84–86

   enlightenment in, 78

   fujufuse movement in, 84

   globalization of ethics and, 75–92

   human rights under, history of, 89–90

   humanitarianism and, 80

   in Japan, 84, 88, 89

   karma as part of, 78

   liberalism and, 85–86

   multinational corporations and, development of, 89

   Nichiren, 85

   pacifism and, 80, 88

   principles of, 77–80, 87–88

Buddhism (cont.)

   propagation of, 88–90

   Pure Land tradition in, 87, 89

   reality’s role in, 79

   in South Korea, 88

   Theravada, 67

   truths within, 81

   UDHR and, 200

   uniformity within, 82–84

   violence and, 4

“Buddhism and the Globalization of Ethics” (Nosco), 198

Buddhist Compassion Relief Society, 124

Bush, George W., 185

Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI), 16, 95–96, 203

   v.UIDHR/UDHR, 97

Calvin, John, 21

capitalism. See also corporations, international

   turbo, 94

“care” feminism, 14, 174–176

   globalization of ethics and, 181–183

   morality and, 181–182

   political involvement and, 183

   “postcolonial” v., 186

   violence and, 182

Catholicism, Roman, 207.

   See also natural law theory, Roman Catholic

   colonialism and, 5–6, 7

   freedom of religion and, 35–36

   international law under, 22

   pacifism under, 59

   “Social Encyclicals” as part of, 56, 68

CDHRI. See Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam

Centesimus Annus (John Paul II), 68

Charles V (Emperor), 20, 21, 25

China, People’s Republic of, 128

   Bangkok Declaration on Human Rights and, role in, 132, 204

   Buddhism in, 88–89

   Confucianism in, 130

“Christian Realism,”, 62

Christianity, 164, 205–206.

   See also Catholicism, Roman; “providential grace”

   Beatitudes in, 71–72

   “Christian Realism” and, 62

   Darwinism and, 62

   deontic, 53–55

   globalization of ethics within, 11–12, 53–56, 58–61, 64, 74

   “God is Dead” theology and, 117–118

   “Manifest Destiny” and, 67

   morality and, 53–54

   motifs within, 72

   multinational corporations and, development of, 57–58

   politicalization of, 67–68

   “providential grace” within, 61–69, 205, 206

   teleologic, 54

   Ten Commandments in, 54, 70, 71

“civic republicanism,”, 151, 154

   in France, 156

Classic of Rites, 120

coercion, under liberalism, 167–168

Cohen, Hermann, 46, 47, 51

colonialism, 2, 5

   Catholicism propagated by, 5–6, 7

   Spain and, 6

command theory, in international law, 19

communitarian liberalism, 14.

   See liberalism, communitarian

Confucianism, 13, 67, 117–133

   in China, 130

   classical, 117

   corporate trade and, 126

   “Crusader mentality” in, 126

   families and, 3, 119–120

   in Hong Kong, 130

   individualism and, 127

   influence of, in Asia, 130, 202

   international human rights and, 126

   language and, role of, 120

   li as part of, 121

   morality and, 123

   neo-, 117, 124–125

   new, 117

   politics and, 121–122

   propagation of, 128–129

   rituals for, 120–121

   ruler/subject relationships under, 119

   in Singapore, 130

   in South Korea, 130

   in Taiwan, 124, 130

   themes within, 119–123

   traditions within, 118–119

   UDHR and, 129

   virtues cultivated under, 122

“Confucianism: Ethical Uniformity and Diversity” (Madsen), 198

Confucius, 118, 120

   Analects, 118, 120

consent theory positivism, 30

Conservative Party (UK), 152

Constantine (Emperor), 59

constructivism, globalization and, 15

Continental liberalism, 152.

   See liberalism, Continental

Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 28, 157

corporal punishment, 111

corporations, international

   Buddhism and, 89

   Christianity and, 57–58

   Confucianism and, 126

   development of, 65–66

cosmopolitan liberalism, 14, 153–154, 157, 166–167

“Crusader mentality,”, 4, 9

   in Confucianism, 126

cultures, international law and, conflicts with, 18

Dalai Lama, 75, 76, 83, 85, 91

Darwinism, Christianity and, 62

Dawanni, Jalal al-Din, 114

“de facto moral systems,”, 14

   Catholic natural law theory and, 137–138

   interventions and, 145, 147–148, 150

   subsidiarity as principle within, 149

   variation within, 143–144

“Declaration of a Global Ethics” (Parliament of World Religions), 16

“Declaration Towards a Global Ethic” (Küng), 12, 54

democracy, Islam and, 108

dharma, 77–78

Dignitatis Humanae (Vatican II), 35, 36

diversity

   Buddhism and, 84–86

   expansion of, 192–193

   under liberalism, 161–163

divorce, under Islam, 110

Doi, Abdul Rahman, 104

Duran, Khalid, 101, 102

Ebadi, Shirin, 75

“enlightenment” feminism, 14, 173–174

   during European Enlightenment, 173

   during French Revolution, 173

   globalization of ethics and, 178–190

   morality and, 178–180

   political involvement and, 180

   socialists and, 173–174

Erastianism, 67

ethics

   Buddhism and, 75–92

   “care” feminism and, 181–183

   Christianity and, 11–12, 53–56, 58–61, 64, 74

   “enlightenment” feminism and, 178–190

   feminism and, as tradition, 171–177

   globalization of, 1–10

   international law and, 17–37

   Muslims and, 12–13, 93–103, 116

   “postcolonial” feminism and, 184–187

   principles of, 191

Ethics of Judaism, The (Lazarus), 46

ethology, 55

European Union, 24.

   See also France; Germany; United Kingdom

Evangelicalism, 67

executions, under Catholic natural law theory, 141

families

   Confucianism and, 3, 119–120

   definitions of, 3

   under feminism, 3

female genital mutilation (FGM), 162

feminism, 14–15, 171–190.

   See also “care” feminism; “enlightenment” feminism; women

   “care,” 14, 174–176

   “enlightenment,” 14, 173–174

   as ethical tradition, 171–177

   families under, 3

   international networking among, 190

   Islam and, 113

   liberalism and, 174, 178

   “postcolonial,” 14, 176–177

   violence under, 4

“Feminist Perspectives on a Planetary Ethic” (Hutchings), 199

fertility, female, under “postcolonial” feminism, 184

FGM. See female genital mutilation

Fingerette, Herbert, 119

Fiqh law (for Muslims), 114

   Shari’a v., 106

France

   “civic republicanism” in, 156

   French Revolution and, 173

Free Democrat party (Germany), 152

French Revolution, “enlightenment” feminism during, 173

fujufuse movement (Buddhism), 84

Fukuyama, Francis, 168

Fundamentalism, 65

Gen’i, Maeda, 84

Gentili, Alberico, 22

Germany

   Free Democrat party in, 152

   Social Democrats in, 153

“Global Ethics and the International Law Tradition” (Philpott), 194

globalization

   Buddhism and, 75–92

   “care” feminism and, 181–183

   Christianity and, 11–12, 53–56, 58–61, 64, 74

   constructivism and, 15

   economic development as result of, 61

   “enlightenment” feminism and, 178–190

   of ethics, 1–10

   as “fall from Christianity,”, 58–61

   international law and, 17–37

   Muslims and, 12–13, 93–103, 116

   “postcolonial” feminism and, 184–187

“Globalization and Christian Ethics” (Stackhouse), 198, 205

Gordis, Robert, 45

Gourevitch, Phillip, 52

Gregory XVI (Pope), 35

Grotius, Hugo, 22

Guan-yin (spiritual figure), 76

Ha-am, Ahad, 41, 47, 51

Haiti, international intervention in, 24

Halevi, Judah, 45

Hall, David, 121

Ha-Malamed (Anatoli), 40

Hassan, Riffat, 93, 101, 102, 103, 113

Havel, Vaclav, 75, 209

von Hayek, Friedrich, 152

Hayy bin Yaqzan (The Living One Son of the Awake), 102

Hegel, Georg W. F., 160

al-Hibri, Azizah, 113

Hideyoshi, Toyotomi, 84

Hong Kong, Confucianism in, 130

Hsing Yun, 122

“Human Rights in Islam (Organization of the Islamic Conference),”, 18, 28

human rights, international, 2, 3–4

   Asian Human Rights Commission for, 132, 201

   Asian Human Rights Charter: A People’s Charter for, 16, 132, 201, 202

   Bangkok Declaration on Human Rights for, 13, 16, 18, 25, 131–132, 194, 201

   Buddhism and, 89–90

   Confucianism and, 126

   for indigenous peoples, 3–4

   under Judaism, 11

   liberalism and, 3, 163–164

   Muslims and, 95–101

   natural law theory and, 4

   UN Commission on Human Rights and, 37, 201

   United Nations World Conference on Human Rights and, 29, 131.

   See also Universal Declaration of Human Rights

humanitarian organizations. See organizations, humanitarian

humanitarianism. See also organizations, humanitarian

   Buddhism and, 80

Hutchings, Kimberly, 14, 199

Ilyas, Mawlana Muhammad, 105

IMF. See International Monetary Fund

Independent International Commission on Kosovo, 168

indigenous peoples, international human rights for, 3–4

Innocent X (Pope), 22, 35

international corporations. See corporations, international

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 15, 23, 157

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 15, 23

International Criminal Court, 24, 169

International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia, 169

international human rights. See human rights, international

international law, 11

   Catholicism under, 22

   command theory in, 19

   consent theory positivism and, 30

   cultural conflicts within, 18

   definition of, 17–18

   dialogue within, 34–37

   global ethics and, 17–37

   modern natural law theory and, 30–31

   pluralism and, 29–34

   principles of, 23

   religion and, 18

   sovereignty as result of, 24–25

   uniformity within, 19–29

International Monetary Fund (IMF), 61, 194

International relations theory, 159

interventions, humanitarian, 165

   in Bosnia, 24

   “de facto moral systems” and, 145, 147–148, 150

   in Haiti, 24

   in Iraq, 24

   in Kosovo, 24

   in Somalia, 24

Iraq, international intervention in, 24

Isaiah (prophet), 49

Islam, 164

   CDHRI and, 16, 95–96, 203

   democracy and, 108

   divorce under, 110

   females under, 108

   feminism and, 113

   Fiqh and, 106

   legal rights under, for females, 110–111

   modernist, 13, 109–111

   Organization of the Islamic Conference and, 18

   polygamy within, 110

   Radical Islamic Revivalism and, 26–27

   religious freedom under, 8

   resurgence of, contemporary, 26

   UIDHR and, 16, 27, 95, 96, 98, 203

Isserles, Moses, 42

Jama’at Islami (Muslim group), 105

Japan

   Buddhism in, 84, 88, 89

   Soka Gakkai in, 85

Jaspers, Karl, 198

John Paul II (Pope), 34, 68

Jones, Dorothy, 23, 26

Judaism, 38–52.

   See also Noahide code

   commandments as part of, 39–40

   exodus stories within, 50–51

   human rights under, history of, 11

   massacres and, 52

   Messianism within, 47–48

   missionist, 11, 46–50

   moral codes within, 5

   Mosaic laws within, 11

   Noahide code within, 11, 40, 41, 42–46, 48, 51

   Orthodox, 11

   pluralism and, 50

   Torah and, 41

   universalism and, 38–42

Judaism as a Civilization (Kaplan), 47

Judaism, Orthodox, 11

Just and Unjust Wars (Walzer), 158

Kannon (spiritual figure), 76

Kaplan, Mordecai, 47, 51

karma, 78

Khatemi, Mohammed (President), 34

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 56

Knox, John, 21

Komeito party (Japan), 85

Korea. See South Korea

Kosovo, international intervention in, 24

Küng, Hans, 12, 54, 101, 103

Kuyper, Abraham, 56

Kymlicka, Will, 151, 207

Labour Party (UK), 153

language, Confucianism and, 120

Languet, Hubert, 22

laws. See also international law

   Confucianism and, 129–130

   liberalism and, 168–170

Law of Peoples, The (Rawls), 31, 157, 158, 170

Lazarus, Moritz, 46, 51

League of Nations, Covenant of, 22

li (as ritual), 121

liberalism, 9, 14, 151–170

   “Asian values” and, 162, 201–202

   autonomy and, 38–39, 155, 197

   Buddhism and, 85–86

   “civic republicanism” and, 151, 154

   coercion under, 167–168

   communitarian, 14

   Continental, 152

   cosmopolitan, 14, 153–154, 157, 166–167

   diversity under, 161–163

   feminism and, 174, 178

   history of, 202

   international human rights and, 3, 163–164

liberalism (cont.)

   laws and, 168–170

   libertarians and, 166

   libertinism v., 151

   Manchesterism as, 60

   moral code of, 160

   principles of, 151–155

   propagation of, 164–168

   uniform planetary ethic and, 155–159

   universalism and, 159–161

   in US, 152–153

“Liberalism and the Globalization of Ethics” (Brown), 197

libertarians, liberalism and, 166

libertinism, liberalism v., 151

Lowell, James Russell, 59

Luther, Martin, 21

Lutheranism, 67

Maastricht Treaty, 25

MacIntyre, Alasdair, 17, 196

Madsen, Richard, 13, 198, 201

Maimonides, 43, 48, 50

Manchesterism, 60

“Manifest Destiny,”, 67

Maritain, Jacques, 36, 37

Marx, Karl, 60, 63

Masao, Maryuyama, 124

massacres

   Judaism and, 52

   in Rwanda, 52

Masud, Muhammad Khalid, 12, 198, 203

Matercheta, 79

Mawdudi, Mawlana, 105, 106

Mayer, Ann Elizabeth, 27, 100

Menander (King), 83

Meiri, Menachem, 44

Mencius (scholar), 118, 122

Mernissi, Fatima, 113

Messianism, within Judaism, 47–48

Mill, John Stuart, 160, 180

Miller, David, 154

Milosevic, Slobodan, 169

Miskawayh, 114

Mishneh Torah (Maimonides), 43

missionist Judaism, 11, 46–50

Mohanty, Chandra, 177

morality. See also “de facto moral systems”

   “care” feminism and, 181–182

   Christianity and, 53–54

   Confucianism and, 123

   “enlightenment” feminism and, 178–180

   Judaism and, 5

   liberalism and, 160

   “postcolonial” feminism and, 184–186

“Morality and Universality in Jewish Thought” (Walzer), 197

Mosaic laws, 11

Moynihan, Daniel P., 168

Mozi (philosopher), 122

Murdoch, Rupert, 168

Murphy, Mark, 13, 198, 205, 206

Murray, John Courtney, 36

Muslim Brotherhood, 105

“Muslim Perspectives on Global Ethics” (Masud), 198, 203

Muslims. See also Islam

   Arab Charter of Human Rights and, 96

   CDHRI for, 16, 95–96

   Fiqh law for, 106, 114

   global ethics and, 12–13, 93–103, 116

   human rights and, history of, 95–101, 203–205

   Islamic modernist, 13

   Jama’at Islami and, 105

   Muslim Brotherhood and, 105

   neo-conservative, 13, 104–108

   progressive, 13, 111–113

   Tablighi Jama’at and, 105, 106

   talaq for, 28

   UDHR and, 94–103, 203

   UIDHR for, 16, 27, 95, 96, 98, 203

   as umma, 26

Nadwi, Mawlana Abu’l Hasan Ali, 106

Nāgasena, 83

An-Nai’im, Abdullah, 27

Nationalist Party (KMT), 122

NATO. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization

“Natural Law, Common Morality, and Particularism” (Murphy), 198

natural law theory, modern, 30–31

natural law theory, Roman Catholic, 13–14, 70, 134–150, 189, 206–208.

   See also “de facto moral systems”

   Aquinas on, 134–136

   convergence in, 138–145

   “de facto moral systems” and, 137–138

   executions under, 141

   human rights and, history of, 4

   “natural rights” v., 136

   normative openness in, 139, 141, 145

   “practical rationality” in, 206

   principles of, 134–137

   uniform planetary ethic and, 137–138

“natural rights,” Catholic natural law theory v., 136

neo-conservatism, in US, 167

“new world order,”, 94

Nichiren Buddhism, 85

Niebuhr, H. Richard, 53, 55, 62

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 56

Noahide code, 11, 40, 41, 42–46, 48, 51

   Avodah Zarah in, 44

   as foundational precept, 43

   Torah and, 45

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 24

Nosco, Peter, 12, 198, 200

Novak, David, 43, 48

Nuremburg Tribunal, 169

Nurser, John, 37

Nussbaum, Martha, 174

Obenchain, Diane, 71

OIC Resolution, 1/32, 98

Okin, Susan Moller, 160

Organization of American States, 24

Organization of the Islamic Conference, 18, 25, 26

organizations, humanitarian

   AI, 164

   Buddhist Compassion Relief Society, 124

pacifism

   Buddhism and, 80, 88

   under Roman Catholicism, 59

Parliament of World Religions, 12, 101

   “Declaration of a Global Ethics” by, 16

Pateman, Carole, 160

Peace of Westphalia, 16, 20, 21, 35

   sovereignty under, 21–22

People’s Republic of China. See China, People’s Republic of

Philpott, Daniel, 11, 194, 201, 207

Pius IX (Pope), 35

pluralism

   international law and, 29–34

   Judaism and, 50

Pogge, Thomas, 157

politics. See also democracy

   “care” feminism and, 183

   Confucianism and, 121–122

   “enlightenment” feminism and, 180

   “postcolonial” feminism and, 186–187

polygamy, within Islam, 110

Poor Fund, 48

“postcolonial” feminism, 14, 176–177

   “care” v., 186

   female fertility under, 184

   globalization of ethics and, 184–187

   morality and, 184–186

   political involvement and, 186–187

   uniform planetary ethic and, 184

“practical rationality,”, 206, 208–209

property rights, 3

Protestant Reformation, 21, 25

Protestantism, 22

   Reformation of, 21

“providential grace,”, 61–69, 205, 206

   Erastianism and, 67

   theocracy and, 67

Pure Land tradition (Buddhism), 87, 89

Al Qaeda, 26

Qur’an, 107

   corporal punishment in, 111

Qutb, Sayyid, 106

Radical Islamic Revivalism, 26–27

   Al Qaeda and, 26

Rawls, John, 20, 31–34, 152, 154, 155, 157, 158, 160, 170

religion, 71.

   See also Anglicanism; Buddhism; Christianity; Confucianism; Evangelicalism; Fundamentalism; Islam; Judaism; Lutheranism; natural law theory, Roman Catholic; Protestantism; Russian Orthodoxy; Scientology

   international law and, 18

Religion of Reason (Cohen), 46, 47

Responsible Self, The (Niebuhr), 53

Respublica Christiana, 20

rights. See human rights, international; property rights

rituals

   for Confucianism, 120–121

   li, 121

Robinson, Fiona, 176

Roman Catholicism. See Catholicism, Roman

Rome Statute, 169

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 159

Ruddick, Sara, 175

Russian Orthodoxy, 67

Rwanda

   international intervention in, 24

   massacres in, 52

Safi, Omid, 111

Schacter-Shalomi, Zalman, 75

Scientology, 162

Shaikh, Sa’diyya, 112

Shantideva, 76

Shari’a law (for Muslims), 26, 27, 28

   Fiqh v., 106

al-Shishani, Abdul Wahhab Abdul al-Aziz, 105, 107

Shōmu, 80

Singapore, Confucianism in, 130

Smith, Adam, 152

Social Democrat party (Germany), 153

“Social Encyclicals,”, 56, 68

socialists, “enlightenment” feminism and, 173–174

Sōka Gakkai, 85

   Kōmeitō Party and, 85

Somalia, international intervention in, 24

Song Dynasty, 117

South Korea

   Buddhism in, 88

   Confucianism in, 130

Spivak, Gayatri, 177

al-Sadlaan, Saalih ibn Ghanim, 105

Stackhouse, Max, 11, 198, 205

Stratton, Lawrence, 64

Suárez, Francisco, 22

Sullivan, William, 15

Swidler, Leonard, 101, 103, 115

Syllabus of Errors (Pius IX), 35

Tablighi Jama’at (Muslim group), 105, 106

Taiwan

   Confucianism in, 124, 130

   Nationalist Party in, 122

talaq (Muslim divorce), 28

Tang Junyi, 118

Ten Commandments, 54, 70, 71

Theory of Justice, A (Rawls), 152, 158

Theravada Buddhism, 67

Thirty Years’ War, 21

Torah, 41

   Noahide code and, 45

treaties. See Maastricht Treaty; Treaty of Augsburg; Treaty of Rome

Treaty of Augsburg, 21

Treaty of Rome, 24

Trisong Detsen, 80

Tu Wei-ming, 117, 118, 125

turbo capitalism, 94

Tusi, Nasir al-Din, 114

Tutu, Desmond, 75

UDHR. See Universal Declaration of Human Rights

UIDHR. See Universal Islamic Declaration of Human Rights

UK. See United Kingdom

umma (Muslims), 26

UN Commission on Human Rights, 37, 201

uniform planetary ethic

   Catholic natural law theory and, 137–138

   liberalism and, 155–159

   “postcolonial” feminism and, 184

United Kingdom (UK)

   Conservative Party in, 152

   Labour Party in, 153

United Nations (UN), 24

   development of, 61

United Nations Conference on Human Rights, 18

United Nations Conference on Population and Development, 27

United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief, 28

United Nations World Conference on Human Rights, 29, 131

United States (US)

   liberalism in, 152–153

   neo-conservatism in, 167

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), 2, 3, 15, 23, 33, 37, 96, 132, 157, 159, 194.

   See also The Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam; Universal Islamic Declaration of Human Rights

   Bangkok Declaration on Human Rights and, 131

   Buddhism and, 200

   Confucianism and, 129

   development of, 64

   Muslims and, 94–103, 203

   UIDHR/CDHRI v., 97

Universal Islamic Declaration of Human Rights (UIDHR), 16, 27, 95, 96, 98, 203

   CDHRI/UDHR v., 97

universalism, 191–211

   “high-flying,” 49

   Judaism and, 38–42

   liberalism and, 159–161

   “low-flying,” 49

US. See United States

de Vattel, Emmerich, 22

Veritatis Splendor (John Paul II), 68

Victoria, Franciscus de, 22

violence

   Buddhism and, 4

   “care” feminism and, 182

   feminism and, 4

virtues, under Confucianism, 122

Wadud, Amina, 113

Walzer, Michael, 11, 154, 158, 160, 165, 197

Wang Yangming, 118

We Wish to Inform You…(Gourevitch), 52

Weber, Max, 63

Whitehead, Alfred North, 83

Wilson, Woodrow, 159

women

   Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights, 25

   Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 28, 157

   fertility for, under “postcolonial” feminism, 184

   under Islam, 108

   legal rights for, under Islam, 110–111

World Bank, 61, 194

World Trade Organization (WTO), 61, 126, 194

Xunzi (scholar), 118

Yew, Lee Kuan, 29, 126

Zhu Xi, 118

Zohar, Noam, 44


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