restricted access   Volume 50, Number 1, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: A Festschrift in Honor of Leonard Swidler

A Festschrift in Honor of Leonard Swidler

Introduction

pp. 1-2
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The “Dialogue of Civilizations” at the Tipping Point: The “Dialogosphere”

pp. 3-17
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Global Ethic at the Grassroots: A Research Proposal Based on the Work of Leonard Swidler

pp. 18-20
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New Steps in the “Cosmic Dance of Dialogue”

pp. 21-28
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A Keeper of the Flame

pp. 29-36
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Leonard Swidler: Dialogue Pioneer and Peacemaker

pp. 37-41
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Dialogue and Justice: Leonard Swidler’s Deep-Dialogue as an Essential Component of Justice

pp. 42-46
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Peace through Self-Awareness: A Model of Peace Education Based on Buddhist Principles

pp. 47-56
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The Enlightenment of Zen Buddhism and the Hesychastic Vision of the Divine Light

pp. 57-65
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People of Place, Ethics of Earth: Indigenous Nations, Interfaith Dialogue, and Environmental Sustainability

pp. 66-76
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Lectionary Selections and Ecological Concerns: A Contribution to Dialogue

pp. 77-84
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The Unlikely Commentator: The Hermeneutic Reception of Śańkara’s Thought in the Interpretive Scholarship of Dārā Shukøh

pp. 85-92
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Two Pious Men, a Trusting Innkeeper, and a Neglected Son: Three Lucan Parables

pp. 93-104
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Dialogue and the Spirit of Vatican II: Reading Gaudium et Spes Fifty Years Later

pp. 105-111
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Cultivating Character: Creating a Multifaith Community of Discourse

pp. 112-116
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Becoming Friends

pp. 117-122
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Reflections on Relational Ethics: Toward an Ethic of Prevention

pp. 123-126
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Both Insiders and Outsiders: Identity and Interreligious Dialogue in the Discourse of Islamic Communities in Croatia and Serbia concerning European Integration

pp. 127-136
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Leonard Swidler’s Influence on the Work of an American Evangelical and on Romanian Academia

pp. 137-142
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Muslims and Christians Praying Together, or Not: Some Observations on German Protestant Attitudes toward Common Prayer

pp. 143-152
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Notes From a Field of Conflict: Trilateral Dialogical Engagement in Israel/Palestine

pp. 153-158
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On the Role of Interreligious Dialogue in Religious Studies Programs at Indonesian State Islamic Universities

pp. 159-166
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The Importance of Dialogue in Turkey

pp. 167-173
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From Philadelphia to Kamina: Bumuntu Interreligious Dialogue in the Heart of Africa

pp. 174-181
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Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae for Leonard Swidler

pp. 182-189
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Authors in this Issue

pp. 190-196
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