Axel Montenbruck

Islam: none of you is a believer until he wishes his brother what he wishes himself. “- An-Nawawi, Kitab Al-Arba’in ‘ in (forty hadiths), 13 256. verse no compulsion in religion: there is no compulsion in religion.” The objectives of the global ethic are the implementation of human rights, freedom from oppression, freedom as such, elimination of world hunger, implementing an equitable economic order, solidarity between people, sustainability for the protection of the ecosystem and peace on Earth. This should be achieved through dialogue between the religions and the change of consciousness of each. My question: What role should take what social group discussions and solution finding? > The project world ethos is clear, that the basis for this common ethos necessary too much Western ways of thinking and thus not enough into account the contents of other religions. Another criticism is that the religions towards a global ethic could lose importance and thus centuries-old knowledge and traditions fall into oblivion. Finally, turns the project of world ethos in the (large) religions of the world and takes into account people that religion are away or are not religious, just on the edge.

However, contact various projects, the project Ethify yourself. Already, the legal philosopher Axel Montenbruck understands the idea of the global ethic as part of a Western secular civil religion of the constitutions and conventions; at the same time, he embeds the idea of the world ethos in the idea of universal justice naturalism, in the sense of the rational behavior of the swarm. In how far enough ‘common sense’ and ‘Gut feelings’? Should more beliefs or knowledge are brought in? From 28 August to 4. September 1993 representatives of many different religions, met in Chicago to put together a set of rules that should be ethically justified the Declaration of human rights of 1948. It involved 6,500 people from 125 religions and religious traditions.