THE ETHICAL CHALLENGE OF IDENTITY FORMATION AND CULTURAL JUSTICE IN A GLOBALISING WORLD

Piet J. Naudé

Abstract


This article proceeds in three sections: In the first section globalisation is depicted
as homogenizing cultural force and usurping power of moral formation. In the
second section the ethical challenges posed by globalisation in terms of “cultural
justice” are outlined. This is followed by a theological and ecclesiological comment
as part of the wider debate on the church in a globalising world.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/89-0-1036

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