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This wide-ranging set of essays explores the multi-faceted relationship between Islam and democracy. Each essayist's unique viewpoint on contemporary Islam provides insight into Islamic political thought and its connection to Western democracy.
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Titel: Islamic Democratic Discourse
Autor/en: M. A. Muqtedar Khan

ISBN: 0739106457
EAN: 9780739106457
Theory, Debates, and Philosophical Perspectives.
2:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam.
Sprache: Englisch.
Lexington Books

1. März 2006 - kartoniert - 294 Seiten

Beschreibung

This wide-ranging set of essays explores the multi-faceted relationship between Islam and democracy. Each essayist's unique viewpoint on contemporary Islam provides insight into Islamic political thought and its connection to Western democracy.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Emergence of an Islamic Democratic Discourse Part 3 Classical Perspectives on Islam and Politics Chapter 4 Ijtihad and Maslaha Chapter 5 Elements of Government in Classical Islam Chapter 6 Obedience to Political Authority: An Evolutionary Concept Part 7 Regional Debates on Islam and Democracy Chapter 8 Islam, Ethnicity, Pluralism and Democracy: Malaysia's Unique Experience Chapter 9 An Islamic Quest for Pluralistic Political Models: A Turkish Perspective Chapter 10 Islamic Thought between Formal Conservatism and Indigenous Liberalism: Lesson from the Sudanese Heritage Chapter 11 Current trends in Political Thought: Perspectives from Shi'i Thought Part 12 Global Discourse on Islam and Democracy Chapter 13 The Politics, Theory and Philosophy of Islamic Democracy Chapter 14 The Role of Islam in Public Square Chapter 15 Dialogue in an Age of Terror Chapter 16 Democracy and its Muslim Critics: an Islamic alternative to Democracy?

Portrait

Dr. Muqtedar Khan is assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware and a Nonresident Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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This is a powerful and informative book that addresses difficult issues related to Islam and Democracy. The authors write in concise and simple language, accessible to all, on a subject that can challenge Muslim and non-Muslim readers alike. The outcome is probably the best combination of essays that exists to date. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in learning about the challenges of democratization in the Muslim world today. -- Radwan Masmoudi, Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy These thoughtful essays, from a variety of methodological standpoints, deepen the emerging conversation about Islam, democracy, and liberalism. The historian, the political scientist, and the student of the Middle East can each find here material of interest. A valuable contribution to the most pressing topic of the day. -- Noah Feldman, New York University School of Law This volume distinguishes itself from the recent deluge of books on Islam in the public sphere...provocative. Political Studies Review, January 2009 This excellent volume defines the agenda for future thinking about Islam and democracy. It is essential for those who want to go beyond media platitudes and engage with the Islamic intellectual traditions and sources of pluralism, democracy and good governance. Muqtedar Khan has done an excellent job of brining together a broad spectrum of views, with cutting edge scholars presenting the major arguments in current debates. -- John Voll, Georgetown University
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