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The Resource Religion and violence in South Asia : theory and practice, edited by John R. Hinnells and Richard King

Religion and violence in South Asia : theory and practice, edited by John R. Hinnells and Richard King

Label
Religion and violence in South Asia : theory and practice
Title
Religion and violence in South Asia
Title remainder
theory and practice
Statement of responsibility
edited by John R. Hinnells and Richard King
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Hinnells, John R
  • King, Richard
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  • Violence
  • Violence
Label
Religion and violence in South Asia : theory and practice, edited by John R. Hinnells and Richard King
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Crimes against God and violent punishment in al-fatáwá al-ýàlamg/riyya
  • Robert Gleave
  • Text as sword : Sikh religious violence taken as wonder
  • Balbinder Bhogal -- Part 2. Religion and violence in contemporary south Asia
  • Operationalizing Buddhism for political ends in a martial context in Lanka : the case of Sinhalatva
  • Peter Schalk
  • Religion and violence : the historical context for conflict in Pakistan
  • Ian Talbot
  • Communal riots in Gujarat : the state at risk?
  • Christophe Jaffrelot -- Part 3. Theory : framing the "religion and violence" debate
  • Introduction
  • Categorical difference : communal identity in British epistemologies
  • Peter Gottschalk
  • Global fiduciary : learning to mediate the violence of 'religion'
  • Arvind Mandair
  • Association of 'religion' with violence : reflections on a modern trope
  • Richard King
  • John Hinnells and Richard King -- Part1. Classical approaches to violence in South Asian traditions
  • Telling stories about harm : an overview of Asia in early Indian narratives
  • Laurie I. Patton
  • Non-violence of violence : Jain perspectives on warfare, asceticism and worship
  • Paul Dundas
  • Early Buddhist approaches and attitudes to violence
  • Rupert Gethin
Control code
03b24792081
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 265 p.
Isbn
9780415372909
Lccn
2006015458
Label
Religion and violence in South Asia : theory and practice, edited by John R. Hinnells and Richard King
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Crimes against God and violent punishment in al-fatáwá al-ýàlamg/riyya
  • Robert Gleave
  • Text as sword : Sikh religious violence taken as wonder
  • Balbinder Bhogal -- Part 2. Religion and violence in contemporary south Asia
  • Operationalizing Buddhism for political ends in a martial context in Lanka : the case of Sinhalatva
  • Peter Schalk
  • Religion and violence : the historical context for conflict in Pakistan
  • Ian Talbot
  • Communal riots in Gujarat : the state at risk?
  • Christophe Jaffrelot -- Part 3. Theory : framing the "religion and violence" debate
  • Introduction
  • Categorical difference : communal identity in British epistemologies
  • Peter Gottschalk
  • Global fiduciary : learning to mediate the violence of 'religion'
  • Arvind Mandair
  • Association of 'religion' with violence : reflections on a modern trope
  • Richard King
  • John Hinnells and Richard King -- Part1. Classical approaches to violence in South Asian traditions
  • Telling stories about harm : an overview of Asia in early Indian narratives
  • Laurie I. Patton
  • Non-violence of violence : Jain perspectives on warfare, asceticism and worship
  • Paul Dundas
  • Early Buddhist approaches and attitudes to violence
  • Rupert Gethin
Control code
03b24792081
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 265 p.
Isbn
9780415372909
Lccn
2006015458

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