7 edition of Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought found in the catalog.
Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought
November 28, 2007
by Lexington Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||198|
Petito, Fabio () Khatami's dialogue of civilizations as international political theory. In: Dallmayr, F and Manoocheri, A (eds.) Civilizational Dialogue and Political Theory: Tehran Papers. Global Encounters: Studies in Comparative Political Theory. Lexington Books, . The empirical import of a “civilizational politics” line of research was explored through a re-reading of Turan Kayaoğlu's investigation into how non-essentialized narratives of civilizational dialogue have become a significant component of contemporary Muslim and international thought, institutions, and by: 7.
Securitization theory has unquestionably made a significant impact. Its founding texts are among the most widely cited international relations scholarship (see Buzan and Wæver, ; Buzan et al., ; Wæver, ; Wæver et al., ), spawning active research programs and new ‘generations’ of securitization concept of securitization has travelled to disciplines beyond Cited by: 1. The Clash of Civilizations is a thesis that people's cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world. The American political scientist Samuel P. Huntington argued that future wars would be fought not between countries, but between cultures. It was proposed in a lecture at the American Enterprise Institute, which was then developed in a Author: Samuel P. Huntington.
Petito (; ) notes that, partly in response to Huntington’s claims of civilizational conflict, a counter narrative emerged stressing how vitally important it is for harmonious international relations that there is improved dialogue to deter a ‘clash of civilizations’. Get this from a library! Civilizational dialogue and world order: the other politics of cultures, religions, and civilizations in international relations. [Michális S Michael; Fabio Petito;] -- At a time of widespread political turmoil and violence, critics have labeled the notion of dialogue idealistic, naive, rhetorical, even dangerous. Yet, the dialogue of cultures, religions and.
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Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought: Tehran Papers gathers together Islamic and Western scholars to answer the call of Mohammed Khatami, former president of Iran, and the United Nations General Assembly for a "Dialogue of Civilizations," a global dialogue for peace.
Based in international relations, comparative politics, political theory, and philosophy, the essays in this collection stand in direct challenge to Samuel Huntington's "clash of civilizations Format: Hardcover. Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought by Mohammed Khatami,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought: Tehran Papers gathers together Islamic and Western scholars to answer the call of Mohammed Khatami, former president of Iran, and the United Nations General Assembly for a 'Dialogue of Civilizations,' a global dialogue for peace.
The book comes at a very critical moment in the debate on civilization and responds to the lack of scholarly attention by international relations and political theorists as to how the discourse of dialogue of cultures, religions, and civilizations can contribute to the future of world order.
Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought: Tehran Papers gathers together Islamic and Western scholars to answer the call of Mohammed Khatami, former president of Iran, and the United Nations General Assembly for a 'Dialogue of Civilizations,' a global dialogue for peace. Pages: Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought.
کتاب حاضر مجموعه مقالات منتشر شده در دو کارگاه علمی است که در ماه می سال ۲۰۰۲ و ۲۰۰۳ در تهران برگزار شد. هر دو این کارگاه ها توسط بخش علوم سیاسی در مرکز جهانی گفتگوی.
Fred Dallmayr and Abbas Manoochehri (eds.) () Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought: Tehran Papers (Lanham, MD: Lexington Book); Joseph A. Camilleri () “Citizenship in a Globalising World: The Role of Civilizational Dialogue,” paper presented at the “Islamic-Western Dialogue on Governance Values: Rights and Religious Author: Michális S.
Michael, Fabio Petito. Civilizational Dialogue and World Order: The Other Politics of Cultures, Religions and Civilizations in International Relations (P algrave: ), 3 In the context of this paper for reasons of space I will only be able to briefly touch upon the complex.
That said, throughout much of civilized human history, it is unlikely that many people have actually thought in terms of civilizational identity, civilizational loyalty or civilizational belonging; our daily circumstances simply do not promote such thinking, we tend to move in far smaller circles and operate on a much lower level of by: 1.
Civilization as political conceptInterview with the leader of the International “Eurasian Movement”, a philosopher, and a professor at Moscow State University Alexander Dugin. Interviewed by the Global Revolutionary Alliance’s own Natella Speranskaja. - The crisis of identity, with which we faced after the Cold War and the collapse of the communist world, is still relevant.
1 Political Theory and Civilizational Dialogue 3 Fred Dallmayr 2 Dialogue among Cultures and Political Theory 7 Seyed Ali Reza Hosseini Beheshti 3 Dialogue of Civilizations and Political Thought 19 Norma Claire Moruzzi 4 Dialogue among Civilizations, Justice and Political Thought 25.
Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought: Tehran Papers (Global Encounters: Studies in Comparative Political Theory) by Fred Dallmayr, Abbas Manoochehri, et al. | Hardcover. FRED DALLMAYR, is a political theorist specializing in modern and contemporary European thought. He recently published Alternative Visions: Paths in the Global Village (Rowman & Littlefield, ).
He has been the recipient of NEH and Fulbright fellowships, and has been a visiting professor at the New School and the University of Hamburg. Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought collects the ideas of Islamic and Western scholars who believe that the need is strong for a peaceful global agenda of 'dialogue among civilizations.
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Author: Khaled Hroub. Dialogue Among Civilizations explores the social, cultural, and philosophical underpinnings of 'civilizational dialogue' by asking questions such as: What is the meaning of such dialogue.
What are its preconditions. Are there different trajectories for different civilizations. Is there also a dialogue between past and future involving remembrance.
Civilizational Dialogue and Political Thought collects the ideas of Islamic and Western scholars who believe that the need is strong for a peaceful global agenda of "dialogue among civilizations," as has been proposed by Mohammed Khatami, former president of Iran.
sciences, which I termed "civilizational analysis." After having written on inter-civilizational relations and their globalizing aspects, I felt it necessary to plainly explain the need for, and the substance of, this new approach.
Hence the present introduction to civilizational analysis, which serves as preparation for a civilizational Size: KB. book in this regard and can readily complement more in-depth offerings in a publisher’s catalog. Third, the notion of using ‘equivalences’ – similar concepts from different civilizational settings – is used as a means of engaging in cross-civilizational dialogue and productive new political theorizing.
A civilizational dialogue necessitates familiarity with major aspects of other civilizations such as religion, symbolism, myth in the spiritual domain, social structure and development, or political organization in the social and institutional spheres.Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami introduced the idea of Dialogue Among Civilizations as a response to Samuel P.
Huntington's theory of a Clash of term was initially used by Austrian philosopher Hans Köchler who inin a letter to UNESCO, had suggested the idea of an international conference on the "dialogue between different civilizations" (dialogue entre les.Try the new Google Books.
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