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by Sohail H. Hashmi,Jack Miles

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  • ISBN 0691113092
  • ISBN13 978-0691113098
  • Language English
  • Author Sohail H. Hashmi,Jack Miles
  • Publisher Princeton University Press (August 11, 2002)
  • Pages 248
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  • Category Social Science
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One of the most dynamic aspects of the Islamic revival during the past two centuries has been the rethinking of Islamic political thought. A broad range of actors, ideas, and ideologies characterize the debate on how Islamic ethics and law should be manifested in modern institutions. Yet this aspect of the "return to Islam" has been neglected by policymakers, the media, and even many scholars, who equate "political Islam" with merely one strand, labeled "Islamic fundamentalism." Bringing together ten essays from six volumes of the Ethikon Series in Comparative Ethics, this book gives a rounded treatment to the subject of Islamic political ethics.

The authors explore the Islamic ethics of civil society, boundaries, pluralism, and war and peace. They consider questions of diversity, discussing, among other subjects, Islamic regimes' policies regarding women and religious minorities. The chapters on war and peace take up such crucial and timely issues as the Islamic ethics of jihad, examining both the legitimate conditions for the declaration of war and the proper conduct of war.

In their discussions, the contributors analyze the works of classical writers as well as the full range of modern reinterpretations. But beyond these analyses of previous and contemporary thinkers, the essays also reach back to the two fundamental sources of Islamic ethics--the Qur'an and traditions of the Prophet--to develop fresh insights into how Islam and Muslims can contribute to human society in the twenty-first century.

The authors are Dale F. Eickelman, Hasan Hanafi, Sohail H. Hashmi, Farhad Kazemi, John Kelsay, Muhammad Khalid Masud, Sulayman Nyang, Bassam Tibi, and M. Raquibuz Zaman.

From the foreword by Jack Miles: ?

"Western foreign ministers and secretaries of state may have to learn a little theology if the looming clash between embattled elements both in the West and in the Muslim umma is to yield to disengagement and peaceful coexistence, to say nothing of fruitful collaboration. . . . It is, then, no idle academic exercise that the thinkers whose work is collected here have in hand. The long-term practical importance of their work can scarcely be overstated."


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Foreword by Jack Miles Islamic Political Ethics: Civil Society, Pluralism, and Conflict Richard Madsen and . The chapters in this book were originally written for publication in earlier volumes of the Ethikon Series alongside a variety of other perspectives

The chapters in this book were originally written for publication in earlier volumes of the Ethikon Series alongside a variety of other perspectives.

The ethikon series in comparative ethics. Contributors: Dale F. Eickelman, Hasan Hanafi, Sohail H. Hashmi, Farhad Kazemi, John Kelsay, Muhammad Khalid Masud, Jack Miles, Sulayman Nyang, Bassam Tibi, M. Raquibuz Zaman. Asli Ü. Bâli Gavin T. Colvert Sohail H. Hashmi. Peter H. Hoffenberg M. Cathleen Kaveny Will Kymlicka David Miller. Alan Mittleman Jeremy Waldron Michael Walzer. THE MANY AND THE ONE: Religious and Secular Perspectives on Ethical Pluralism in the Modern World. Eds. Richard Madsen and Tracy B. Strong, Princeton University Press 2003.

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The authors explore the Islamic ethics of civil society, boundaries, pluralism, and war and peace. They consider questions of diversity, discussing, among other subjects, Islamic regimes' policies regarding women and religious minorities. The authors are Dale F. Hashmi, Farhad Kazemi, John Kelsay, Muhammad Khalid Masud, Sulayman Nyang, Bassam Tibi, and M. Visit my blog for more eBooks and Audiobooks RSS. Download from icerbox.

The authors explore the Islamic ethics of civil society, boundaries . This book examines the Israel-Palestine conflict from a constructivist perspective of international relations. Sohail Hashmi (2001) observes that the phenomenon of Islamic resurgence has reached the point where "every Muslim leader must make concessions to Islamic values" (p. 108).

One of the most dynamic aspects of the Islamic revival during the past two centuries has been the rethinking of Islamic political thought

One of the most dynamic aspects of the Islamic revival during the past two centuries has been the rethinking of Islamic political thought. A broad range of actors, ideas, and ideologies characterize the debate on how Islamic ethics and law should be manifested in modern institutions.

Applied Ethics in Islam Al-Hibri, Azizah Y. "Family Planning and Islamic . "Family Planning and Islamic Jurisprudence. In Religious and Ethical Perspectives on Population Issues. The Religious Consultation on Population, Reproductive Health and Ethics, 1993. Progressive Muslims: on justice, gender and pluralism (Oxford: Oneworld, 2003). Anees, Munawar A. Islam and Biological Futures: Ethics, Gender and Technology (London: Mansell, 1989). The essays on war would be especially germane to current conflicts in the Middle East and could be useful for an introductory seminar if coupled with some more general sources on Islamic ethics.

Islamic Political Ethics: Civil Society, Pluralism, and Conflict. Bringing together ten essays from six volumes of the Ethikon Series in Comparative Ethics, this book gives a rounded treatment to the subject of Islamic political ethics. The authors explore the Islamic ethics of civil society, boundaries, pluralism, and war and peace.