Philosophical Perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

1st Edition

Tomis Kapitan

Routledge
Published March 31, 1997
Reference - 387 Pages
ISBN 9781563248788 - CAT# Y183031

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Summary

This volume addresses a number of philosophical problems that arise in consideration of the century-old conflict between Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs. Consisting of essays by fifteen contributors (including both Israeli and Palestinian philosophers) and a lengthy introduction by the editor, it deals with rights to land, sovereignity, self-determination, the existence and legitimacy of states, cultural prejudice, national identity, intercommunal violence, and religious intransigence.

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