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Lennard Swidler, Professor of Catholic Thought and Interreligious Dialogue at Temple University since 1966, holds degrees in History, Philosophy, and Theology from Marquette University, University of Wisconsin, and Tubingen University (Germany), was Visiting Professor at Graz (Austria), Hamburg and Tubingen (Germany), Nankai University (Tiajin, China), Fudan University (Shanghai), and Temple University Japan (Tokyo). Since 1964, Editor of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies, which he co-founded with his wife Arlene Swidler, he has publicshed more than 150 articles and 50 books, including After the Absolute: The Dialogical Future of Religion (1990), Death or Dialogue (1990), Human Rights: Christians & Marxists in Dialogue (1991), Toward a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic (1997). His The Dialogue Decalogue has been translated into over a dozen languages.


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