ISSN: 2187-476X – The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy 2011 – Official Conference Proceedings

Published on: February 1st, 2012

''Truth, Reason, and Faith in Modern Civilization''

March 20-22 2011, Osaka, Japan

ISSN: 2187-476X


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Proceedings Contents

Five Replies to Kant's Moral Despair Argument against Atheism
Stijn Van Impe p. 1

The Impact of Confucianism on Chinese Family and Marriage Law
Ruiqiao Zhang p. 10

Keeping a part for human nature: On the concept of Concealment for Kin
Huang Yan p. 19

Urban Biodiversity, Economics & Ethics
Ulas Basar Gezgin p. 28

The Need to Incorporate "Akinnah" Concept as a Strategic and Holistic Module for Human Capital
Development Programs for Engineering Students
Abdul Kamil Jamaludin
Tuan Sidek Tuan Muda
Azizan Ramli p. 43

The Study of Moral Games in Educational Markets in Secondary Schools � the Comparison of
Taiwan and the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Australia
Nai-Ying Whang p. 52

Muslim Students in Non-Muslim Land: Strategies to Overcome Challeges in New Environment
among Malay Muslim Postgraduate Students
Siti Salina Bint Abdullah p. 77

Bioethics and the Rights of the Child
Battogtokh Javzandolgor p. 88

The Taking of Life: Killing Someone In The Name Of Preserving Another
Eray Yaganak p. 93

The Person in the Market: Threats and Possibilities
Willard Macaraan p. 99

Daoism without Dao in ancient Japan
Xiaoling Mo p. 111

Islamic Business Ethics and its Impact on Strategic Business Decision Making Process of Muslims
Zeynep Kara p. 123

The Moral Superiority of Passive Euthanasia � The Myth
Madhumita Mitra p. 137

The Problem of Scientific Truth (An epistemic Perspective)
Galip Veliji p. 149

Religious Rights of Prison Inmates
Chapla Verma p. 160

Religion: A Tool of Dictators to Clean Ethnic Minority in Myanmar?
Mang Hre p. 176

A Model Development of Higher Education Management by Applying the Philosophy of Sufficiency
Economy in Private Higher Educational Institutions of Thailand
Chamroenrat Chitchirachan p. 185

Should We Draw a Line Between Business And Ethics?
Yusuke Kaneko p. 195

Can a Non-empirical and Non-rational Way of Forming Beliefs Be a Sustainable
Epistemological Reaction to Epistemic Barriers?
Murat Arici p. 209

Reason and Religion � Reason to Believe � Research on Malaysian Society and the Relationship
between Reason, Religion and Ethics
Mohd Arip Kasmo p. 218