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Islamic doctrines of citizenship in liberal democracies

Subtitle:
the search for an overlapping consensus
Abstract:

This thesis examines whether Muslims qua Muslims can regard as legitimate the demands of citizenship in a non-Muslim liberal democracy. This involves asking whether requirements such as living in and being loyal to a non-Muslim state, regarding non- Muslims as political equals with whom one might co-operate socially and politically, contributing to non-Muslim welfare and participating in non-Muslim political systems can be regarded as legitimate practices. It is an exercise in wha...

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Institution:
St. John's College (University of Oxford)
Department:
Social Sciences Division
Publication date:
2006
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford
Barcode:
602157012
URN:
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Local pid:
td:602157012

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