A Reply to Richard Wolin on Suicide Bombings
Source of Publication
Chronicle of Higher Education
A reply to Professor Richard Wolin on his views on suicide bombings is presented. Professor Wolin refused to acknowledge any cause of misery in the poor world. He elevated Osama Bin Ladin to the rank of a god. The article considers these views as literally, wholly, and absolutely false. The article proposes that avoidance, falsehood, implication, and omission are not a proper response to moral inquiry.
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Social and Behavioral Sciences
Interviews; Suicide bombings; Human engineering; Laws and legislation; Philosophical aspects; Public policy; Societies and institutions; Statistical methods; Social aspects
Honderich, Ted; Grabarek, Kris; Foster, David; and Dura, Stan, "A Reply to Richard Wolin on Suicide Bombings" (2003). All Works. 246.
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