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Religion, Fundamentalism, and Violence

An Interdisciplinary Dialogue

In Religion, Fundamentalism, and Violence, Andrew Gluck brings together distinguished scholars to address a fiercely debated topic: the intersection of religion and violence. Among the contributions is an anthropological analysis of the violence associated with the Abrahamic monotheistic religions of the Middle East, a compelling essay accounting for the violence in Hindu religious traditions, an informative look at the Israeli-Palestinian tensions of more recent times, and an essay on the Catholic just war theory. Each chapter is followed by a commentary and reply, making this volume indispensable for students and scholars of the history of religions.     


312 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2010

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Table of Contents

Foreword
About the Contributors
Introduction

Religious Fundamentalism and Religious Violence: Connections and Misconnections
Richard T. Antoun

      Comments on Richard Antoun’s Essay
      Sai Ramani Garimella

      Richard Antoun’s Reply

The Fundamental Violence of the Abrahamic Religions
Carol Delaney

      Commentary on Carol Delaney’s Article
      Seyyed Nassir Ghaemi

      Carol Delaney’s Reply

Hinduism as a Philosophy of Life and its Relationship to Violence
Sai Ramani Garimella

      Comments on Sai Ramani Garimella’s Essay
      Andrew L. Gluck

      Sai Ramani Garimella’s Reply

Jewish Fundamentalism and Violence
Andrew L. Gluck

      Comments on Andrew L. Gluck’s Essay
      Carol Delaney

      Andrew Gluck’s Reply

The Psychology of Islamic Fundamentalism
Seyyed Nassir Ghaemi

      Comments on Seyyed Nassir Ghaemi’s Essay 
      Richard T. Antoun

      Seyyed Nassir Ghaemi’s Reply

Christian Orthodoxy, Fundamentalism, and Violence
Craig Nichols

      Comments on Craig Nichols’s Essay
      James Carey

Christianity and Force: The Just War Tradition
James Carey

      Comments on James Carey’s Essay
      (with a reply to Carey’s comments on Craig Nichols’s essay)
      Craig Nichols

      James Carey’s Reply

Final Comments on Religion, Fundamentalism, and Violence
Andrew L. Gluck

Index

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