Morgan, Matthew J.

The Impact of 9/11 on Religion and Philosophy

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Matthew J. Morgan

2. Aftershocks
Philip Yancey

Part I. Islam and 9/11

3. An Altered Terrain: Engaging Islam in Post-9/11 Academia and the Public Sphere
Asma Afsaruddin

4. A Struggle for the Soul of a Faith: Spiritual Islam versus Political Islam
M. Zuhdi Jasser, Sid Shahid

5. How Did the U.S. Government Look at Islam after 9/11?
Liora Danan, Alice E. Hunt

Part II. Other Religious Perspectives

6. Prodigal Nation: September 11 and the American Jeremiad
Andrew R. Murphy

7. Geopolitical Theology: Economy, Religion, and Empire after 9/11
John Milbank

8. The Catholic Conversation since 9/11: A Moral Challenge
Laurie Johnston

9. September 11 and the Jewish Vocabulary of Tragedy
Jack Moline

10. September 11: A Hindu Perspective
Arvind Sharma

11. Dialogue and Disagreement in the Christian Community
James S. Spiegel, Ryan M. Pflum

12. Truth, “Faith,” and 9/11
John B. Cobb

Part III. 9/11 and Philosophy and Ethics

13. Justice: A Post-9/11 Theory
Ada María Isasi-Díaz

14. Known Unknowns: How Philosophy Has Responded to Fear of the Post-9/11 World
Liam Harte

15. Generosity, Terror, and the Good for Humans
Jorge Secada

16. On Moral Alchemy: A Critical Examination of Post-9/11 U.S. Military Policy
Talbot Brewer

17. The Day the World Changed? Reflections on 9/11 and U.S. National Security Strategy
Martin L. Cook

Part IV. The Just War Theory after 9/11

18. Understanding Terrorism and the Limits of Just War Theory
Michael McKenna

19. The Just War Tradition Faces the Remnants of War
Mark Douglas

20. Pacifism and Just War Theory after 9/11
Andrew Fiala

21. To Debate or Not to Debate: The Question of Torture
Pauline M. Kaurin

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Science, Political Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Political Theory, Social Aspects of Religion, Terrorism and Political Violence

Publication year
The Day that Changed Everything?
Page amount
315 pages
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