Islam, The West, And Tolerance: Conceiving Coexistence by A. TylerIslam, The West, And Tolerance: Conceiving Coexistence by A. Tyler

Islam, The West, And Tolerance: Conceiving Coexistence

byA. Tyler

Hardcover | May 19, 2008

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This book provides an honest assessment of the contemporary relationship between Western and Islamic cultures and puts forth the cross-cultural idea of tolerance as one invaluable approach for affecting peaceful coexistence.
Aaron Tyleris a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Graduate International Relations Institute.
Title:Islam, The West, And Tolerance: Conceiving CoexistenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:219 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.56 inPublished:May 19, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023060546X

ISBN - 13:9780230605466

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Colliding or Converging Civilizations * A Historical Glimpse of Tolerance in the West * Modern Tolerance: A Practical and Theoretical Critique * Discovering Islam: A Taproot of Tolerance * A Diverse Sampling of Tolerance in the History of Islam * A Consensus for Coexistence: Employing a Strategy of Tolerance

Editorial Reviews

“a well-balanced account of the many contribut8ions that voices from the West and the Islamic worlds have made to the development of concepts of tolerance and inclusion…a wide range of audiences will be interested in this book, which represents a significant contribution to the current debate on the relationship between Islam and the West.”--Global Change, Peace & Security"Aaron Tyler has produced a major contribution to the emerging literature in both comparative political thought and the foundations of religious and cultural toleration. His book successfully brings to light the respective intellectual strengths and weaknesses of the Western and Islamic source materials for toleration, without seeking to promote one position to the exclusion of the other. This work will surely be cited and debated by scholars for a long time to come."--Cary J. Nederman, Professor of Political Science, Texas A & M University