Understanding Diverse Moralities

by Leon Kabasele



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/28/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781496989833
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781496989826
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781496989840

About the Book

This book will help those who study philosophy, also those who do research on philosophy, those who have already studied philosophy, and those who enjoy keeping in touch with philosophy. I selected the most important points to debate in this book. I, myself, call this book a good quality of philosophy because I do not want to be outside of philosophy. Those who study philosophy should not feel useless, because the modernity wants to decrease the success of philosophy in human society. Most people think philosophy is just to study, but that is not true. If it was true, we should go back to challenge the Greek dictionary. I made it simple for everybody to understand that philosophy is not what people think in a negative manner; also, people who consider philosophy as a science are confused. That is not a problem, because everybody does not think the same. So readers will understand, in this book, philosophy is about the love of wisdom and more deep wisdom to think about something. Those who will read this book will be very satisfied, because most of the debates are well explained.

About the Author

Evangelist Leon Kabasele was born in Zaire, which is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His entire family was Muslim, but at ten years old, he received the Lord Jesus Christ as his Saviour. He has done a lot of research on theology and philosophy, and he has written books on theology and philosophy, including Christian Philosophy: Understanding Racial Oppression, which delves into the issue of human rights in Africa. He became interested in researching human rights and other legal issues because of his life experience with matters of justice and his belief that for one to understand theology, one must understand human rights. He has attended many conferences on theology and human rights, and he was selected to give a presentation at a conference in Bethlehem. He regularly attends conferences about Christianity, and he debates politics and theology with people from around the world, including India, Pakistan, and Africa.