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Title Islamic peace ethics : legitimate and illegitimate violence in contemporary Islamic thought / Heydar Shadi (ed.).

Publication Info. Baden-Baden : Nomos ; Münster : Aschendorff Verlag, 2017.


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Edition 1. edition.
Description 1 online resource (263 pages).
Series Studien zur Friedensethik ; Band 57
Studien zur Friedensethik ; Bd. 57.
Summary Proceedings of the International Workshop "Islamic Peace Ethics: Legitimate and Illegitimate Violence in Contemporary Islamic Thought", organized 15-17 October 2015 by the Institute for Theology and Peace (ithf), Hamburg. More than 20 researchers from different countries including Indonesia, Pakistan, Iran, Germany, UK, USA, and Belgium discussed the peace and war in contemporary Islamic thought from different disciplines such as theology, philosophy, religious studies, cultural studies, and political sciences. Sponsored by the Institut für Theologie und Frieden
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- I. Methodology and theory -- Some methodological remarks on islamic peace ethics / Heydar Shadi -- Is it essentialism to claim that some religions foster violence -- and some do not? / Dirk Ansorge -- Discussing islamic peace ethics : conceptual considerations of the normative / Sybille Reinke de Buitrago -- Peace and violence in Islam : philosophical issues / Oliver Leaman -- II. Jus ad bellum -- A. Sunni -- Violence in contemporary indonesian islamist scholarship : Habib Rizieq Syihab and 'enjoining good and forbidding evil' / Asfa Widiyanto -- Citizenship as inclusion and exclusion : arguments against religious violence from contemporary Pakistan / Najia Mukhtar -- Blessed boundaries : the limits of Sunnah to legitimize violence / Charles M. Ramsey -- Islamic views of peace and conflict among Russia's Muslims / Simona E. Merati -- B. Shi'ah -- A Qur'anic revision of offensive war with emphasis on the views of the late Ayatollah Khoei / Yahya Sabbaghchi -- The rhetoric of power in Muhammad Husayn Fadlallah's al-Islam wa-mantiq al-quwwa / Bianka Speidl -- C. Sufi -- Jawdat Sa'id and the Muslim philosophy of peace / Abdessamad Belhaj -- III. Jus in bello -- Lying in war : different ethical justifications / Seyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani -- Short biographies of the authors -- The institute of theology and peace (ithf).
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Peace -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses.
Peace-building -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses.
Crisis management -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses.
Islam and world politics -- Congresses.
Political ideologies.
Politics and government.
Society and social sciences.
Islam and world politics. (OCoLC)fst00979897
Peace-building -- Religious aspects -- Islam. (OCoLC)fst01983582
Peace -- Religious aspects -- Islam. (OCoLC)fst01055808
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / General.
Indexed Term Political Science
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings. (OCoLC)fst01423772
Added Author Shadi, Heydar, 1975- editor.
Institut für Theologie und Frieden, conference sponsor.
Added Title Legitimate and illegitimate violence in contemporary Islamic thought
Other Form: Print version: Islamic peace ethics. 1. edition 9783848740505 (DLC) 2017366883 (OCoLC)1020070825
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ISBN 9783402117040 (electronic bk.)
3402117045 (electronic bk.)
9783848740505 (electronic bk.)
3848740508 (electronic bk.)
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