1 edition of Politics, pluralism and religion found in the catalog.
Politics, pluralism and religion
Includes bibliographical references (pages 262-278) and index.
|Statement||edited by Chandana Chakrabarti and Sandra Jane Fairbanks|
|LC Classifications||BL65.P7 P6424 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 289 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||2010534831|
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Pluralism as a political philosophy is the recognition and affirmation of diversity within a political body, which is seen to permit the peaceful coexistence of different interests, convictions, and lifestyles.. While not all political pluralists advocate for a pluralist democracy, this is most common as democracy is often viewed as the most fair and effective way to moderate between the. Pluralism The Philosophy of life Chapter (1) Difinitions Pluralism Pluralism (philosophy) Pluralism (political philosophy) Pluralism (political theory) Cultural pluralism Structural pluralism Multiculturalism Religious pluralism Cosmic pluralism Liberalism Social liberalism Classical liberalism Conservatism Moderation Cultural assimilation.
Religious Pluralism, Globalization and World Politics, an incisive new collection of essays, explores the patterns of cooperation and conflict that mark this new religious pluralism. Shifting religious identities have encouraged interreligious dialogue and greater political engagement around global challenges including international development. Religious Education and the Challenge of Pluralism, edited by Adam B. Seligman, offers a comparative analysis of religious education and state policies toward religious education in seven different countries and in the European Union as a whole. Most of the countries studied have not been presented previously in the English-speaking world. The comparative contextualization of the different.
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The chapters in this volume discuss the many facets of pluralism in a liberal democracy, as well as the interplay between religion and politics. Religion is a central theme in this book for two reasons.
This book explores that nation of religions, focusing on how four recently arrived religious communities--Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs--are shaping and, /5(4).
Piety, Politics, and Pluralism is an excellent introduction to the American experience of religion in electoral politics and the courts.
A rich blend of theory, description, and empirical evidence, the book is particularly strong on the presidential : Paperback. Such a politics is, for MacIntyre, localist, virtue-based, and rooted in the natural law. Moreover, it can only be truly lived within a community that shares a common tradition of rational enquiry, which is to say, that accepts a common understanding of what is virtuous and what is according to nature/5(5).
Globalization has spawned more active transnational religious communities, creating a powerful force in world affairs. Religious Pluralism, Globalization and World Politics, an incisive new collection of essays, explores the patterns of cooperation and conflict that mark this new religious pluralism.
Shifting religious identities have encouraged interreligious dialogue and greater political 5/5(1). A Nation of Religions: The Politics of Pluralism in Multireligious America Stephen R. Prothero, Editor. Univ.
of North Carolina $ (p) ISBN ISBN The United States has long been described as a nation of immigrants, but it is also a nation of religions in which Muslims and Methodists, Buddhists and Baptists live and work side by side.
This book explores that nation of religions, focusing on how four religious communities—Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs—are shaping and, in turn, shaped by American a generation.
‘Religious Freedom in Islam’ Review: Politics and Pluralism In the Muslim world, secularly repressive regimes have often fed the very problem they seek to suppress: religious extremism.
By Author: Thomas Albert Howard. The study contributes to advancing knowledge in the area of the interrelationships between religion and law in contemporary African public domain.
This book will be a valuable resource for those working in the areas of Law and Religion, Religious Studies, African Studies, Political Science, Legal Anthropology and Socio-legal Studies. The Twilight of the American Enlightenment: The s and the Crisis of Liberal Belief, by George Marsden (Basic Books, pp., $).
George Marsden, the distinguished historian of religion in America, has written a short, curious, and at times insightful book, The Twilight of the American d the Bancroft Prize in for his biography of Jonathan Edwards, Marsden. Books shelved as pluralism: The Gospel in a Pluralist Society by Lesslie Newbigin, Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear by Matt.
Religious pluralism is everywhere in today's politics. Increased immigration flows, the collapse of communism, and the globalization of communications technologies have all fostered a wider variety of religious beliefs, practices, and organizations within and across democratic societies.
This is true in both the United States and Europe, where growing and diverse minority communities are. Disagreement or ignorance about the human good is fundamentally a religious problem.
I could have entitled the book "The Religious Problem of Political Pluralism," I guess, and it wouldn't change much, since religion and politics are, pace liberalism, inextricably intertwined. Pluralism alone cannot be the good, but it can be a good in building a political regime in this world of twilight struggle and wonderful riches.
Comments Fred Bauer is a writer from New England. In this book, Kristen Johnson [argues] for a pluralism of public spaces [that] takes us fruitfully beyond the ‘great unexamined assumption’ of the nation-state.
On the way, Johnson provides the best available survey of liberal and agonist political theories. and normative accounts of pluralism. Religious pluralism has at least four different meanings. The first meaning is theological: pluralism assumes that other religious paths are true.
The second is sociological: pluralism simply means religious plurality or diversity. In the third, pluralism is a philosophical school, what is known as value File Size: KB. 8. The Temple of Religion and the Politics of Religious Pluralism: Judeo-Christian America at the – New York World's Fair J.
Terry Todd Part III. The Ghosts of Pluralism: Unintended Consequences of Institutional and Legal Constructions 9. Native American Religious Freedom Beyond the First Amendment Michael D. McNally Book Description. This book provides a systematic and interdisciplinary examination of law and legal institutions in Malaysia.
It examines legal issues from historical, social, and political perspectives, and discusses the role of law in relation to Malaysian multiculturalism, religion, politics, and society. Essays address not whether the United States is a Christian or a multireligious nation--clearly, it is both--but how religious diversity is changing the public values, rites, and institutions of the nation and how those values, rites, and institutions are affecting religions centuries old yet relatively new in : Pluralism and neo-corporatism are the two primary theories that have been put forward to explain interest group influence on public policy.
Pluralists argue that the most realistic description of politics and policy making is a marketplace with more or less perfect competition. The doctrine of the Trinity is one of the most distinguishing marks of Christian faith.
This is the first book to present an overview of the role of the Trinity in Christian theology in relation to religious pluralism and other religions.The book will explore both these dimensions of the new religious pluralism in world politics from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
Among the many distinguished contributors to the volume are Kwame Anthony Appiah, R. Scott Appleby, Robert Drinan, Jean Bethke Elshtain, John Voll, and John Witte.
Along with politics and government, pluralism’s acceptance of diversity is also embraced in other areas of society, most noticeably in culture and religion. To some extent, both cultural and religious pluralism are based on ethical or moral pluralism, the theory that while several diverse values may forever be in conflict with each other Author: Robert Longley.