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Synthesis philosophica, Vol.31 No.1 September 2016. -

The paper is an effort to reflect on the prospects of comparative political and social philosophy based on interaction with empirical and theoretical research in the social sciences and humanities. It consists of the following components: 1. Short presentation of the sources of the -comparative turn- and the fourth wave of the critique of Eurocentrism. 2. Reflection on the problem of -multiple modernities-new modernities- as the consequence of the -comparative turn-, and a challenge for the idea of society and politics based on the concept of secular public reason. 3. Reference to a challenge to the classical notion of the public sphere rooted in the ideal of public reason which was developed by Nilüfer Göle while studying new -Islamic public visibility as a critique of a secular version of the public sphere- in Western Europe.

Andrew F. March; Nilüfer Göle; comparative political philosophy; modernity-modernities; post-secularism; public reason; Islam in Europe



Autor: Mariusz Turowski - orcid.org-0000-0002-3285-0515 ; University of Wroclaw, Institute of Philosophy, Str. Koszarowa 3, PL–51-149

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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