Realigning liberalism: Pluralism, Integration, Identities
What kind of politics can contribute to the learning processes of pluralism, which include a preparedness to engage with different cultures and religions based on reciprocity and respect?
What are the cultural and religious foundations of democratic pluralism?
The Istanbul Seminars are an annual meeting that seeks to promote, develop and consolidate a network of cultural, intellectual and academic relationships. The lectures provide the opportunity for dialogue, and for the practice of mutual understanding among democratic intellectuals and opinion makers belonging to different geo-political regions and cultures of ‘East’ and ‘West’ to occur.
The Seminars’ Executive Committee
Seyla Benhabib, Giancarlo Bosetti, Alessandro Ferrara, Abdou Filali-Ansary, Nina zu Furstenberg, Nilufer Gole, Ferda Keskin, Nadia Urbinati.
The Executive Committee secretaries
Volker Kaul: email@example.com (scientific coordinator)
Emrah Efe CakMak: firstname.lastname@example.org (special events coordinator).
Organization of Istanbul Seminars 2010
Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations
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