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Fundamentalism, Radicalism, Extremism: Clarifying Concepts, Addressing Challenges In Religion and Politics| 2013.05.29.

A TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0023 projekt keretében a Politikatudományi Doktori Iskola angol nyelvű kompakt PhD kurzust szervez Fundamentalism, Radicalism, Extremism: Clarifying Concepts, Addressing Challenges In Religion and Politics témakörben a Demokráciák morális igazolása című PhD kurzus keretében.

A TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0023 projekt keretében a Politikatudományi Doktori Iskola

 

angol nyelvű kompakt PhD kurzust szervez

 

Fundamentalism, Radicalism, Extremism:

Clarifying Concepts, Addressing Challenges

In Religion and Politics

témakörben

a

Demokráciák morális igazolása

című

PhD kurzus keretében.

 

 

Időpont és helyszín:

 

2013. május 30-31.

 

Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

C 510-es terem

(Budapest, Közraktár u. 4-6.)

Program

30 May

 

15:00-15:10 Welcome: András Lánczi (Director, Institute of Political Science, Corvinus University)
15:10-15:15 IRNRD: Fundamentalism: about the publication: Aakash Singh

15:15 – 15:40 Torkel Brekke (University of Oslo)
Fundamentalism, Radicalism and Extremism: Testing the usefulness of concepts in a South Asian Context

15: 40 – 16:05 Michael Privot (European Network Against Racism)
   On the Impossibility to Manage "Out of the Mainstream Movements" in European Secularised Social Democracies: Reflections on EU Approaches to Counter-terrorism and Counter-radicalisation Strategies from a Civil Society Perspective
 

16:05-16:20 Discussion

Coffee break

16:40-17:05 Usama Hasan (Quilliam Foundation, London)
    The Balanced Nation: Islam, Fundamentalism and Extremism

17:05-17:30 Prakash Shah (Queen Mary, University of London)
     Shariatization and Colonial Consciousness: Explaining change in Muslim Law in the West

17:30-17:45 Discussion
17:45    Close first day of the workshop


31 May

9:30-9:55  Aakash Singh (University of Pennsylvania)
Fundamentalism As
Philosophy: Hindutva in Contemporary Theoretical Context


09:55 – 10:20 Matthias Riedl (Central European University, Budapest)
     Fundamentalist and Extremist Terror as “Apocalyptic Violence” – On the Origin, Meaning, and Validity of a New Analytical Category

10:20-10:45 Péter Losonczi (KU Leuven)
    The Paradox of Memory and the Dilemma of Fundamentalism: Reading Habermas & Metz in Postsecular Context

10:45-11:00 Discussion

Coffee break

11:20-11:45 Dave True (Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA)
    Fundamentalism and Faith

11:45-12:10 András Csepregi (István Bibó Center for Advanced Studies, Budapest)
    Understanding Fundamentalism: a State of Mind and a State of Heart

12:10-12:25 Discussion

12:30 LUNCH

14:00-14:25  András Lánczi (Corvinus University, Budapest)
    The Moral Foundations of Today's Democracies: Rationality and Faith in Politics

14:25-14:50 Mika Luoma-aho (University of Lapland)
    Obedience: An Examination of the Rationality of State Sovereignty

14:50-15:15 Valentina Gentile (LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome)
    Fundamentalism and the Limits of Liberal Toleration

15:15 -15:30 Discussion

15:30-15:45 Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome)
Conclusive Notes

Coffee break

16:00-17:15 Roundtable discussion on Mika Luoma-aho’s God and International Relations: Christian Theology and World Politics (Continuum, 2012) sponsored by Continuum Publishers




Mika Luoma-aho, Sebastiano Maffettone, Dave True, Matthias Riedl, & Discussion


17:15  End of the workshop

 

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Utolsó frissítés: 2018.11.30.