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Abdulla Al Sayyari, Fayez Hejaili, and Faissal Shaheen

, patriarchal societal systems and, more importantly, that Islamic ethics and Shari’a primarily govern those ethics ( Rahim 2013 ). Through our experience in teaching bioethics to medical residents and medical students, we have noticed that virtually all of

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Eschatology, Ethics, and Ēthnos

Ressentiment and Christian Nationalism in the Anthropology of Christianity

Jon Bialecki

This is an article about eschatology, ressentiment , and Christian nationalism. It is also about the unfixed nature of the nationalist imagination, the mutability of the ethical form, and the consequences of the various masks that ethics takes. My

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Committee as Witness

Ethics Review as a Technology of Collective Attestation

Rachel Douglas-Jones

Introduction On the second day of the 2010 Forum of Ethics Review Committees of Asia and the Western Pacific Conference in Shanghai, Dr Dipika took to the stage for her panel on continuing review practices. A microbiologist working at a

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Putting Together the Anthropology of Tax and the Anthropology of Ethics

Soumhya Venkatesan

This afterword combines commentary on the articles that make up this special issue with my own research on small-state, low-tax right-wing activists to bring the anthropology of tax and taxation in conversation with the anthropology of ethics. I

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The Ethics of Collective Sponsorship

Virtuous Action and Obligation in Contemporary Tibet

Jane Caple

a religious event or project. Examining emic perspectives on the ethics of kartik in different contexts (from monastic alms collection to community-led projects), I explore when, why, and how it is perceived as good, beneficial, problematic

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Lenience in Systems of Religious Meaning and Practice

Maya Mayblin and Diego Malara

in relation to projects of piety, ethics, and selfhood. Thus, it provides a well-elaborated field of debate to which explorations of lenience may be interposed. Lenience abounds—we only have to look for it. What, we ask, would a diffuse, widespread

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Decolonizing Anthropology

Reflections from Cambridge

Heidi Mogstad and Lee-Shan Tse

. Despite sustained critical attention to the ethics and politics of anthropological knowledge production, the discipline can still be justifiably accused of silencing and misrecognizing the work of Southern and minoritized scholars both outside and within

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An Unpublished Manuscript by Durkheim

‘On the General Physics of Law and Morality, 4th Year of the Course, 1st Lecture, December 2, 1899, Course Outline: On Penal Sanctions’

Émile Durkheim, edited and translated by François Pizarro Noël, and Ronjon Paul Datta

consciousness. 8 This part of ethics can be called objective ethics. The rules, in effect, are not the work of each of us; we find them all ready-made for the most part, and what we can add to them in the course of life is infinitely little. Besides, it is not

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Julia A. King

material (a goal of what has been called “digital repatriation” or “digital return”; see Bell et al. 2013 and Geismar 2014 ). Indeed, the Society for American Archaeology’s Code of Ethics encourages archaeologists to relinquish what it describes as

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Introduction

Ugly Emotions and the Politics of Accusation

Geoffrey Hughes, Megnaa Mehtta, Chiara Bresciani, and Stuart Strange

result in an ambiguous ethics of speech in which every gesture of help is mottled with suspected disdain. Most notably, he traces how a rhetoric of scarcity and inequality provides a means to contain and overcome disorderly passions while at the same time