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Islamism

Islamism is a highly militant mobilizing ideology selectively developed out of Islam’s scriptures, texts, legends, historical precedents, organizational experiences and present-day grievances, all as a defensive reaction against the long-term erosion of Islam’s primacy over the public...

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Mestizo

Following the conquest of the Americas, the word “mestizo” was used to indicate children born of parents belonging to different races, usually and an American Indian woman and a white man (or vice versa).

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Culture-Civilisation

The concept of culture has changed in the course of time.

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Prejudice

All types of thought –also those of scholars and scientists – proceed according to established models, stereotypes and prejudices.

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Democracy

In the Greek polis the meaning of the term “democracy” implied the government of a vast majority of the people, the “plebs”, as opposed to the aristocracy.

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'Nadia Urbinati' (34 search results)

ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2015 EN

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15/12/2014
FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY

Between hegemony and distrust
Representative democracy in the Internet era

Nadia Urbinati, Columbia University 07/04/2014
ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2014 EN

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09/01/2014
ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2013

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TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2012

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27/09/2011
TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2011 (EN)

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23/11/2010
IT AR PHILOSOPHY4FREEDOM

After the Resetdoc's meeting in New York the decision of our alternative Day

Giuseppe Vittori 08/10/2010
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Unesco World Philosophy Day in Tehran? NO thanks

Resetdoc presents itself and a protest 13/09/2010
IT TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2010

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16/02/2010
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

The West’s friends and enemies

Daniele Castellani Perelli 18/05/2009
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Democracy and dissent

Nadia Urbinati 11/03/2009
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