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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:892
Doc. No:b11374
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Haidar, Hamid Hadji
Title & Author:Liberalism and Islam:practical reconciliation between the liberal state and Shiite Muslims/ Hamid Hadji Haidar
Edition Statement:1st ed.
Publication Statement:New York: Palgrave Macmillan,, 2008.
Page. NO:254 p.: ; 22 cm.
ISBN:0230605257(hbk.)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-248) and index.
Contents:"This book examines the possibility of reconciliation between liberalism and Shiite Islam. By examining two key liberal theories, this book shows that secular liberalism is not justifiable in the view of Shiite Islamic thought. Yet, since the liberal state is tolerant of Shiite Muslim citizens, at the practical level, there is no ground for conflict between liberal societies and Shiite Muslim minorities. Therefore, whilst Shiite Muslims at home should refrain from constructing the basic structure of their societies in accordance with liberal theory, Shiite Muslim minorities of liberal societies should accept the basic structure of these societies in return for receiving freedoms, protections, and opportunities." -- Book jacket.
Mill's deeply secular liberalism -- Mill's methodology -- Mill's utilitarian moral theory -- Mill's liberty principle -- Rawls's mildly secular liberalism -- Rawls's methodology -- Rawls's egalitarian moral theory -- Rawls's liberty principle -- The liberal state and Shiite Muslim citizens -- Toleration of Shiite Muslims by the liberal state -- Acceptability of the liberal state to Shiite Muslims.
Subject:Liberalism
Subject:Shغiah
Subject:Islam and politics
Subject:Islam and state
Dewey Classification:‭320.5.57‬
LC Classification:‭JC574‬‭.H35 2008‬
variant title: Practical reconciliation between the liberal state and Shiite Muslims