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Sec 6 Notes Week 9/28-10/4

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Sec 6 Notes Week 9/28-10/4 I R 104

Olivia Parks
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Introduction to World Affairs
John Whooley

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Here are the notes for Chapter 6 and his lecture notes combined for this week. Knock yourselves out.
Introduction to World Affairs
John Whooley
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Date Created: 10/01/15
IR 10403 Notes Chapter 6 and Lecture Week 928104 How Does Reliqion Affect Politics Muslim world is the main focus for religion in global politics bc of resistance to modernization and secularism Panlslam movement discouraged involvement with European powers instead promoted Muslim unity European secularismgtquotmodernquot lslamists seek to accept new modernities wo abandoning their values and beliefs felt nationalism conflicts with Muslim values Dimensions of radical lslamist activities provide basic social services healthcare and education to deprived population have political parties that compete in parliamentary elections maintain armed to release violence when they believe appropriate lslamic parties that accept secularism trending toward Muslim Democracy secularism separates religion and politics also allows us to think with rationality and logic rather than rely on someone else to think for us autonomy philosophical enlightenment promotes experimentation to prove something truefalse Clifford Geertz religion is system of symbols that become factbased Ex Christian cross yin and yang symbol Star of David Lindbeck religion is a framework that we add to with everyday experiences Althusser religion is a false consciousness alienates us from everyday material activity quotClash of Civilizationsquot Said furthered Huntington39s theorygtdeclares war is a fight between Christians and Muslims Political sovereignty nation is able to govern itself wo any foreign power


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