Re-cultivating the lands of their ancestors
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Re-cultivating the lands of their ancestors

Bajo Guadalentín near Murcia, Spain (August 2013)

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CFP: Peace Theories Commission, International Peace Research Association

‘Peace Theories Beyond the State of Nature: Philosophical and Global Perspectives’  25th IPRA General Conference on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of IPRA Uniting for Peace: Building Sustainable Peace through Universal Values in cooperation with Sakarya University Istanbul Turkey August 10-14 2014 We welcome paper and panel proposals from all peace researchers and practitioners related to the topic ‘Peace Theories Beyond the State of Nature: Philosophical and Global Perspectives’.  Interested participants have the option of suggesting new panels or sessions.   Please submit your abstract and fill out the application found at: http://ipra2014.org/ Deadline: February 15, 2014   Please email Dr. Michael Deckard (michael.deckard@lr.edu) or Dr. Neven Bondokji (nevenbond@yahoo.com) if you have any questions.   In particular we are seeking proposals for topics or papers from philosophers, political theorists, historians, anthropologists and cultural or literary theorists on how to bring these disciplines to bear on global international conflicts.  How, for example, might Arendt, Badiou, Benjamin, Butler, Derrida, Dussel, Foucault, Gadamer, Galtung, Gilroy, Girard, Habermas, Lederach, Ricoeur, Spivak, West, or Yoder contribute to this conversation? How can the ideas of Muslim philosophers like al-Farabi and Ibn Khaldoun, or Arab reformist thinkers like Mohamad Abdouh and Jamal al Dein al Afghani influence todays’ thinking on and practice of peacebuilding. How have other oriental thinkers from China, Southeast Asia, and Buddhist culture contributed to the ongoing debate of building peace and achieving social justice.   We also seek panels or proposals on historical perspectives and rereading/revising Just War Theory such as the development of peace in, for example, Aquinas, Cusa, Grotius, Hobbes, Hume, Wollstonecraft, Kant, Hegel, etc, from the West, and Ibn Taymiya, al-Mawdudi and Muslim Sufis, from the Muslim culture.   Transformations-blog.com is merely distributing this call and has no responsibility concerning its contents and goals.   Andreas Hackl Social anthropologist and journalist with a focus on urban issues, displacement and mobility in the Middle East....

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