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    THAI BUDDHISTS-MUSLIMS CUSTOMS IN DIALOGUE FOR PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE IN THE SOUTHERN THAILAND 

    Veerachart Nimanong (Assumption University, 2012)

    The religiously and culturally or traditionally pluralistic harmony and tolerance of Buddhists and Muslims in the southern part of Thailand is the necessary condition for the ever lasting peace, for it is based on the mutual respect for the diversity of pluralistic harmony between two religions. Tolerance is the essential condition of harmony in Buddhism as well as in Islam. Tolerance as the essence of sustainable harmony can be conducted through the method of inter-religious dialogue of life. To solve the problem in the Deep South of Th...
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    Learning-centered leadership for Buddhist monastic education in Thailand 

    Phramaha Panya Kham Ai; Poonpilas Asavisanu (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    Monastic education is the oldest form of education available to common people in Thailand. It continues to this day in the education of monks and in the practice of temporary ordination. This report is based upon research done for Assumption University of Thailand and explores the possibilities for the improvement of monastic education. It analyzes the learning-centered leadership capabilities of the Thai Sangha educators and it provides suggestions for improving the educational standards and evaluation in monastic education.
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    Do we know art when we see it? philosophical explorations in aesthetics 

    Becker, Gerhold K. (Assumption University Press, 2015)

    Never in history was art more present everywhere and never was it more valuable. Yet, in the wake of Duchamp and Warhol, the understanding of what art is and how it is recognized is more problematic today than any time in history. This paper examines the various approaches to how one recognizes a work of art as a work of art. It examines the history of aesthetic theory and the variousways art was defined. In the end it considers the value of the more hermeneutic and holistic interpretations of art put forward by Heidegger, Gadamer, Danto an...
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    The Catholic minority in Thailand : an example of co-existence 

    Kirti Bunchua (Assumption University)
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    A study of the predominant values in Buddhism 

    Kirti Bunchua (Assumption University)
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    Harmony from the time of the Buddha through the twentieth century 

    Veerachart Nimanong (Assumption University)
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    A brief history of the church in Thailand 

    Kirti Bunchua (Assumption University)
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    Diplomacy for a safer world 

    Voicu, Ioan (Assumption University)
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    Towards a critique of globalization 

    Fernando, Joseph I. (Assumption University)
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    Engaging with wirkungsgeschichte : romans 13:1-7 as a case sutdy 

    Monera, Arnold T. (Assumption University)
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    Marx and technology 

    Fernando, Joseph I. (Assumption University)
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    Hermeneutics in the Theravada Buddhist texts : an overview of research 

    Veerachart Nimanong (Assumption University)
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    The problem of death : heidegger's answer 

    Yotch Suksrikasem (Assumption University)
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    Rationality and understanding others 

    Warayuth Sriwarakuel (Assumption University)
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    Solidarity and the dialogue among civilizations 

    Voicu, Ioan (Assumption University)
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