Religious Diversity: Philosophical and Political Dimensions (Cambridge Studies in Religion, Philosophy, and Society) Hardcover – 21 Apr 2014
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'A much-needed and illuminating discussion of both the philosophical and social issues of religious freedom and diversity in contemporary societies.' Keith Ward, University of Oxford
'This is the best single-authored overview and contribution to philosophical reflection on religious diversity in print. For both newcomers and experts, Religious Diversity offers an insightful engagement with questions about the truth of different religions, the role of religion in pluralistic democracies, and the political and cultural significance of religious diversity.' Charles Taliaferro, Chair of Philosophy, St Olaf College
Religious diversity, and conflict between religions, poses philosophical problems. It also provides growing political problems among the nations. How can religious pluralism be politically managed? Religious Diversity: Philosophical and Political Dimensions argues that the need for tolerance must not result in an attack on the ability of any religion to claim truth. Religious freedom matters, and the search for a truth that applies to all.See all Product description
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