Pluralism in Islamic contexts : ethics, politics and modern challenges / Mohammed Hashas, editor.
This book brings together international scholars of Islamic philosophy, theology and politics to examine these current major questions: What is the place of pluralism in the Islamic founding texts? How have sacred and prophetic texts been interpreted throughout major Islamic intellectual history by...
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- Chapter 1: Introduction: Islam, Muslims, and Religious Pluralism: Concepts, Scope and Limits
- Chapter 2: Valorizing Religious Dialogue and Pluralism within the Islamic Tradition
- Chapter 3: The Qur'an and Pluralism: A Skeptical View
- Chapter 4: Theories of Ethics in Islamic Thought and the Question of Moral Pluralism
- Chapter 5: Genealogies of Pluralism in Islamic Thought: Shi'a Perspective
- Chapter 6: Taḥkīm as an Islamic Democratic Precedent: Towards a New Look at One of Islam's Formative Episodes
- Chapter 7: Universalism and Cosmopolitanism in Islam: The Idea of the Caliphate
- Chapter 8: Reading the Rival's Scripture in the Open Society: Western Christians and the Qur'an
- Chapter 9: Pluralism in Contemporary Islamic Thought: The Case of Mohammed Arkoun, Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd and Abdolkarim Soroush
- Chapter 10: Divine Unity and Human Plurality in Turkish Muslim Thought
- Chapter 11: Islamic Political Theology for a Global Age: Indonesian Religious Experience in Reforming Islamic Political Thought
- Chapter 12: Islamic Theology of Religious Pluralism: Building Islam-Buddhism Understanding
- Chapter 13: Sufism and Politics
- Chapter 14: Rawlsian Liberalism and Political Islam: Friends or Foes?.