1 edition of Clash of Ideas in World Politics found in the catalog.
|Statement||Princeton University Press|
|Publishers||Princeton University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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The Global Right Wing and the Clash of World Politics is indispensable reading for understanding globalization and contemporary politics.
: The Clash Between Islam and Modernity in the Middle East. Underlying the clash of civilizations thesis is the assumption that different civilizations or cultural groups have significantly different ways of life underpinned by what are thought to be largely incompatible values and belief-systems.
Elias is another who brings a rather different approach to the topic, concerning himself more with civilizing processes among particular peoples during significant time spans rather than the civilizations described above.
2007 The American Civilizing Process. Tracing transnational networks within a range of movements, both religious and secular, he shows how countermovement struggles have expanded far beyond national boundaries. Should anyone attempt to characterize them as if they were historical personalities?
2006 Identity and Violence: The Illusion of Destiny. While the states-system might be of European or Western origins, it does not necessarily follow that its constituent parts are uniform, especially culturally uniform.
2010 Why the West Rules—for Now: The Patterns of History, and What They Reveal About the Future. No doubt a greater understanding of history, and with it, greater self-understanding, can also be quite a valuable asset to those of us who fall short of the status of master.
Even the vote that awarded Sydney the 2000 Olympic Games over Beijing was characterized as being won on the back of voting along civilizational lines Huntington 1993b.
The capacity for reasonably complex socio-political organization and self-government according to prevailing standards has long been thought of as a central requirement of civilization; that is, a standard of civilization see Gong 1984.