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Mavelli, Luca

Towards a Postsecular International Politics

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Table of contents

1. Towards a Postsecular International Politics
Luca Mavelli, Fabio Petito

Part I. Theories

2. Achieving Political Legitimacy in the Twenty-First Century: Secular and Postsecular Imperatives
Richard Falk

3. Trauma and Dislocation in the Postsecular World: Religious Fervor and the Problem of Methodology
Stephen Chan

4. A Postsecular Global Order: Metaphysical Not Political?
Nicholas Rengger

5. The Golden Rule on the Green Stick: Leo Tolstoy’s International Thought for a “Postsecular” Age
Alexandre Christoyannopoulos

Part II. Cases

6. Postsecularity and the Contending Visions of the European Political Imagination in International Relations
Scott M. Thomas, Anthony O’Mahony

7. The Clash of Postsecular Orders in Contemporary Russia
Richard Sakwa

8. The Politics of Postsecular Borders: Everyday Life and the Ground Zero Mosque Controversy
Stacey Gutkowski

9. Secularism, Postsecularism, and States of Exception in the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and Its Aftermath
Luca Mavelli

Part III. Actors

10. Faith-Based Organizations at the European Union and United Nations: From Marginalization to Significance
Jeffrey Haynes

11. Faith-Based Organizations and Postsecularism in Contemporary International Relations
Erin K. Wilson

12. Postsecularism, Islam, and Religious Freedom: Cases from the European Court of Human Rights
Turan Kayaoğlu

Nyckelord: Political Science and International Relations, International Organization, International Relations, Social Aspects of Religion, Political Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Political Theory

Utgivare
 
Utgivare
Springer
Utgivningsår
2014
Språk
en
Utgåva
1
Serie
Culture and Religion in International Relations
Sidantal
285 sidor
Kategori
Samhälle
Format
E-bok
eISBN (PDF)
9781137341785
Tryckt ISBN
978-1-349-46518-7

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