This subject critically examines the multiple and diverse Islamic approaches to peace, pluralism, and dialogue with different faiths and cultures. It addresses controversial issues such as the response of Muslims to the Second Vatican Council decision Nostra Aetate calling for dialogue with Muslims. Principles of peace, pluralism and dialogue, will also be considered, including the application of them to different educational contexts, in particular the Australian context. Students will analyse different methodologies and theories, together with contextually situated approaches for peace-building, pluralism and dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2021.
Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation
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