Clash Of Civilisations Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Clash Of Civilisations Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Charles McDaniel: Much has been written of the perceived "clash" between Islamic and western civilisations and of Much has been written of the perceived "clash" between Islamic and western civilisations and of the need for reconciliation.... Sergei Bulgakov left a rich repository of economic thought that philosophically bridges a gap between the rationality of western market economies and the transcendent awareness of Islamic social structures. Bulgakov's philosophy of economy embraces ideas of freedom even as it recog- nises the need for "guidance" and the essential nature of economic relationships to the preservation of community. By engaging Bulgakov's economic ideas, westerners can better understand the apprehensions of intellectuals in traditional cultures concerning globalisation and the reticence of many Muslims to embrace it. — Charles McDaniel
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Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Paulo Coelho: About the idea of a clash between cultures, between civilisations, I don't believe in it. About the idea of a clash between cultures, between civilisations, I don't believe in it. It's something some political leaders tried to use, and that the media tried and are still trying to sell us, in order to simplify the world and their work. — Paulo Coelho
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Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Ahmed Zewail: As a cultural product of both 'East' and 'West', I do not believe there is As a cultural product of both 'East' and 'West', I do not believe there is a fundamental basis for a clash of civilisations, or that the West is the cause of all problems. — Ahmed Zewail
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Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Arundhati Roy: So here we have it. The equivocating distinction between civilisation and savagery, between the "massacre So here we have it. The equivocating distinction between civilisation and savagery, between the "massacre of innocent people" or, if you like, "a clash of civilisations" and "collateral damage". The sophistry and fastidious algebra of infinite justice. — Arundhati Roy
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Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Pim Fortuyn: What we are witnessing now is a clash of civilisations, not just between states but What we are witnessing now is a clash of civilisations, not just between states but within them. — Pim Fortuyn
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Aga Khan IV: The Muslim world, with its history and cultures, and indeed its different interpretations of Islam, The Muslim world, with its history and cultures, and indeed its different interpretations of Islam, is still little known in the West ... The two worlds, Muslim and non-Muslim, Eastern and Western, must, as a matter of urgency, make a real effort to get to know one another, for I fear that what we have is not a clash of civilisations, but a clash of ignorance on both sides. — Aga Khan IV
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Pankaj Mishra: I think subsuming political and economic conflicts into some grand 'clash of civilisations' theory or I think subsuming political and economic conflicts into some grand 'clash of civilisations' theory or 'the West versus the rest' binary is a particularly insidious form of ideological deception. — Pankaj Mishra
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Many people in Europe and the U.S. dispute the thesis that we are living through Many people in Europe and the U.S. dispute the thesis that we are living through a clash of civilisations between Islam and the west. But a radical minority of Muslims firmly believes that Islam is under siege, and is committed to winning the holy war it has declared against the West. — Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Polly Toynbee: This is indeed a clash of civilisations, not between Islam and Christendom but between reason This is indeed a clash of civilisations, not between Islam and Christendom but between reason and superstition. — Polly Toynbee
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Fernand Braudel: When the [colonial] contact was violent, in fact, failure was more frequent than success. 'Colonialism' When the [colonial] contact was violent, in fact, failure was more frequent than success. 'Colonialism' may have triumphed in the past: but today it is an obvious fiasco. And colonialism, typically, is the submergence of one civilisation by another. The conqured always submit to the stronger; but their submission is merely provisional when civilisations clash.
Long periods of enforced coexistence may include concessions or agreements and important, often fruitful, cultural exchange. But the process always has its limits. — Fernand Braudel
Clash Of Civilisations Sayings By Giorgio Shani: It is no wonder that the late Edward Said, in an article for the Nation It is no wonder that the late Edward Said, in an article for the Nation which approved in the aftermath h of 9/11, derided the 'clash of civilisations' as a 'clash of ignorance' (The nation 22 October 2001)! — Giorgio Shani