“The ostensibly humble graph is nothing more than a modern crucifix of the religion of capital upon the blood-stained alter”
The Combination Of Kantian, Religious And Communitarian Ethics As A Global Constitution: A Suggestion For The Establishment Of Global Ethics
In this essay, Hakan Kolcak discusses the merits for a new basis of global ethics.
A Wiltshire Vicar accidentally let slip the biggest secret of Christmas to a group of children – that Santa Claus is not real. He apologised, but Gregory Pichorowycz explores the morality of his actions, and of breaking illusions in general.
Simon Renwick considers the question of whether the Christmas spirit has been lost in the shopping centres.
In this article, Lucinda Weston explores the concept of love with regards to our human nature
Introducing the sixth issue of Volume four; Religion and Politics
Alex Chafey argues the reasons as to why the U.K state should be separate from the Church of England
In this article Sara Mhaidli looks at the tensions and clashes between religious freedoms and the values and laws of states in Europe
Tom Maguire-Wright and Martin Percival look into what was exactly meant by Karl Marx’s famous views on religion, and the similarities and differences between the two
Sam Morecroft offers an insight into why the conventional relationship between Marxism and religion isn’t all it seems…